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News from Aalborg University
News from AAU
Airbus and Aalborg University in New Partnership
Airbus, the leading European aircraft manufacturer, will start a joint research and technology development with Aalborg University. The venture is part of a five-year strategic cooperation agreement the parties have just signed.
Flexible Electricity Consumers Involved in European Project
A new European project will develop technology that rewards individuals and companies for being more flexible electricity consumers so their needs can be met with renewable energy. Aalborg University puts an important IT stamp on the effort that will be tested on a large scale in Switzerland, Germany and Cyprus.
Brand New Lab Ready for Dangerous Experiments
Explosive short circuits from lethally high voltage electricity send red hot copper in all directions with a bang. This is sufficiently dangerous research such that Aalborg University’s Department of Energy Technology has opened a new laboratory in a specially protected building for the high-risk purpose.
Reliable Energy Attracts International Businesses
Key persons from companies in Japan, China, Germany, Italy and Sweden were in attendance when one of the major ventures in Danish energy research presented its first five years of results and future partnering opportunities at Aalborg University.
New analytical innovation framework for inclusive health systems
New report from the Globelics Secretariat based at Aalborg University argues for a broader definition of Health and innovation - and a new analytical framework for adressing how to strengthen Health systems.
Professor to Advise the EU on Electricity Across Borders
Professor Brian Vad Mathiesen of Aalborg University has been selected for an international expert group to advise the European Commission on how a larger proportion of the electricity capacity of EU countries can be connected to improve security of supply.