The university works active and responsible to contribute to a sustainable development throughout education, research, cooperation by reducing the environmental influences from AAU's day-to-day operations and by promoting equality and social responsibility.
Sustainability at AAU
AI to collect more and better maritime data to understand environmental problems
Researchers at Aalborg University will develop artificial intelligence to analyse underwater conditions. The research is being done in conjunction with the American company Kitware and the Danish company Ambolt with funding from the Independent Research Fund Denmark. Three underwater cameras are already installed at a depth of nine meters on the Limfjord bridge between Aalborg and Nørresundby. Photo: Jeremy Bishop/Unsplash
AAU researchers developing energy-efficient software
IT use is one of today's major sources of power consumption. Researchers are working on ways to measure power consumption and develop an energy label for more sustainable software and software installations.
Scientist from AAU receives prize for bringing down the cost of solar power
Components for converting solar power into electricity breaks down from time to time. Ariya Sangwongwanich from Aalborg University can tell when and that is a huge advantage when moving towards a more sustainable future
UNESCO and Aalborg University continue partnership on sustainability and problem-based learning
UNESCO and Aalborg University have extended their agreement allowing AAU researchers and students to continue working with problem-based learning and sustainability at the UNESCO centre. The agreement was followed by a fruitful strategy meeting in Paris.
AAU is an international top class university
At Times Higher Education Aalborg University is ranked as no. 23 in the world in University Impact Rankings within the area of sustainability.