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IT CRIMINALS HAD ACCESS TO A FEW USERS’ SENSITIVE INFORMATION
A quick reaction from Aalborg University (AAU) meant that only a few employees' sensitive personal data was compromised when IT criminals hacked into Aalborg University's IT system. This is the result of the investigation initiated by AAU immediately after the shutdown on August 4th. The compromised data concerns salary information of 28 employees or former employees, and passwords of 15 students and employees. Those affected are now being informed in a letter.
PRESS RELEASE: NO CONFIDENTIAL, SENSITIVE PERSONAL DATA OR RESEARCH DATA LEAKED
Do robotic lawn mowers hurt hedgehogs?
Robotic lawn mowers running at night have been declared a great threat to the population of European hedgehogs. However, it has yet to be documented scientifically whether the robotic lawn mowers can harm hedgehogs. Hedgehog researcher Dr Sophie Lund Rasmussen from Aalborg University in Denmark has decided to put it to the test.
NEW POLITICAL AGREEMENT PUTS 370 ADDITIONAL STUDY PLACES AT AAU
A unanimous parliament is allocating DKK 165 million to create 4,500 more study places in 2020 and 2021.
AAU Honorary Doctorates 2020
The official award of five honorary doctorates at AAU in 2020 is postponed to next year due to the coronavirus situation, but the names are in place. See the five women who are the 2020 honorary doctorate recipients here.
ESBJERG BUSINESS COMMUNITY GUARANTEES JOBS FOR NEW ENGINEERING GRADS
More students for Esbjerg and more access to a qualified labour force is the goal of a new agreement between Aalborg University (AAU) and Business Esbjerg. The business community has agreed to guarantee engineering graduates from AAU Esbjerg a job for a minimum of six months after the end of their education. The agreement is intended to help ensure growth in Southwest Jutland once it gets past the coronavirus crisis.
NEW MODEL is a giant leap for RECYCLED PLASTICS
Plastics could be recycled to a far greater degree than they are today if we could develop better methods to test the quality of recycled plastic. That is why AAU is teaming up with industrial companies like Grundfos (water technology) and Logstor (district heating and cooling) among others to make one giant leap for plastic recycling.
Researchers will design cognitive power electronics
Researchers from Aalborg University combine expertise in energy research and AI to develop power electronics that can adapt to dynamic operations and extend service life.
Researchers striving for better water control
Researchers from Aalborg University aim to combine mathematical models with machine learning in an attempt to control water in cities. The aim is to make certain the water does not end up in the wrong place at the wrong time.
AAU PROVIDES WORLD'S BEST SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION
Aalborg University is well-positioned in the top of the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, one of the world's most recognized ranking lists of university performance relative to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. AAU's approach to and research on education occupies a superb first place. And AAU's sustainable energy research also ranks high on the list. AAU comes in at an overall ranking of 23rd out of over 700 universities worldwide.
15.08.2021 at 14.00 PM - 17.08.2021 at 14.00 PM
17.08.2021 at 09.00 AM - 12.00 PM
Seminar on Hydrothermal Liquefaction
17.08.2021 at 13.00 PM - 16.00 PM
Demetallization and Catalytic Hydroprocessing of Nitrogen-rich Hydrothermal Liquefaction Biocrudes
17.08.2021 at 14.00 PM - 19.08.2021 at 14.00 PM