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News from Aalborg University
News from AAU
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.
Virtual Experience Gets the Elderly to Exercise
Virtual Reality can get the elderly in nursing homes to be happier about exercising. A new research project from Aalborg University shows that the technology motivates older people in nursing homes to get moving.
New Research Center Has Wild Plans for the Future of Hearing Assistance
New research center promises science fiction-like help for the hearing impaired with a combination of gadgets, advanced signal processing and wireless technology. Danish hearing aid pioneer Oticon and Aalborg University’s Department of Electronic Systems are behind the venture with support from the Oticon Foundation.
New Lab Mimics the Sound of Any Room
Researchers at Aalborg University, in conjunction with Bang & Olufsen in Denmark, have developed a sound laboratory that can reproduce the acoustics of any environment from cars to concert halls. One goal is better design of sound systems for cars.
New video: Modern district heating systems save money and CO2
A new video will promote heat savings and district heating potential in Europe where the district heating grid should cover up to 50 percent of the heat demand, according to experts.
4DH Research Puts District Energy on Global Agenda
District heating and cooling is attracting political attention on the global agenda thanks to the international research centre 4DH in Denmark. The center has been instrumental in showing how district heating can be a key factor in achieving climate goals while also creating jobs and exports and having a positive effect on health.