News from Aalborg University
News from AAU
Teachers, researchers and students honoured at the AAU annual celebration 2019
On Friday 3 May, Aalborg University’s annual celebration event gathered prominent researchers, staff, students and business partners for an afternoon of festivities.
AAU helps to improve the condition of the Bangladeshi garment industry
Researchers from Aalborg University seek to accelerate the internationalization process, improve the occupational health and safety capability and ensure the sustainability of garment companies in Bangladesh. The project receives 10 million DKK from Danida.
Gesturing at robots
New technology developed by researchers at Aalborg University makes it possible to control robots and other types of machinery through gestures and arm motions. The invention may completely change the way humans and machines interact.
Unleashing the power of the microgrids
Autonomous microgrids may play a vital part in the future’s sustainable energy supply. Professor from Aalborg University receives grant of 39 million DKK for further research in smart cluster solutions for microgrids that makes sustainable energy distribution safer and more efficient.
AAU students help develop LEGO® DUPLO® robot
Visitors to the LEGO® World event on 14-17 February in Copenhagen can play with Robot Robert - A fun playmate designed and developed in collaboration between LEGO Group, Denmark, and students and researchers at AAU.
Innovation Factory: New Technology and Competence Development Going Hand-in-Hand
New smart technologies are not enough when manufacturers need to generate innovation and growth. In order to achieve success with smart production, it also takes competence development. Researchers at Aalborg University (AAU) will explore this approach along with 60 production companies and 10 technology developers in the Innovation Factory North project.
AAU researcher invents virtual sound bubble to replace headphones
Taewoong Lee of AAU is awarded the North Jutland University Foundation’s Innovation Prize for his unique sound algorithm that creates isolated ‘bubbles’ of sound so that multiple people can listen to different sound tracks in the same room without disturbing each other.
DKK 60 million ($9.2 million) awarded to NASH research team
An international research consortium led by Prof. Sakari Kauppinen from the Center for RNA Medicine, Aalborg University in Denmark receives DKK 60 million ($9.2 million) from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Challenge 2018 Programme to advance development of new therapies for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)
Ten Commandments to Boost Circular Economy
Circular economy is the future – inevitably. In conjunction with European partners, researchers at Aalborg University (AAU) have devised ten commandments to help businesses implement circular economy in their business model
Artificial neural networks make life easier for hearing aid users
Researchers have taken an important step towards making life easier for people with hearing loss. Morten Kolbæk, PhD student at Aalborg University (AAU), has developed a groundbreaking algorithm that can enable hearing aid users to take a more active part in conversations in noisy environments − Photo: ©Oticon
14.05.2019 at 02.54 PM - 31.05.2019 at 02.54 PM
DESIGNSCAPES Open Call - Second round
28.05.2019 at 09.30 AM - 11.00 AM
Research Breakfast: How Science Informs Policy
28.05.2019 at 01.00 PM - 05.00 PM
PhD Defense by Chris Holmberg Bahnsen
28.05.2019 at 02.30 PM - 04.00 PM
INAUGURAL LECTURE by Professor David Karen