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Lars Henrik Andersen

2020.01.30 | News, Faculty of Technical Sciences

Lars Henrik Andersen to step down soon

Over the past year, Professor Lars Henrik Andersen has been acting dean at Science and Technology, not only as the head of the largest faculty at AU, but also overseeing one of the largest organisational changes ever at the university. With the appointment of the new NAT dean, Lars H. Andersen will soon be stepping down and again focusing on his…

Eskild Holm Nielsen took up his position as the dean of the new Faculty of Technical Sciences at the turn of the year.

2020.01.23 | Faculty of Technical Sciences

Eskild Holm Nielsen: Tech to be the collaborative faculty

Eskild Holm Nielsen took up his position as the dean of the new Faculty of Technical Sciences at the turn of the year, and he is already hard at work consolidating the new faculty and setting its strategic direction.

Kurt Nielsen is vice-dean for public sector consultancy and business collaboration at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, Aarhus University. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo

2020.01.22 | News, Faculty of Technical Sciences

Independent universities are built on credibility

The case of the beef report has challenged Aarhus University's credibility. Therefore, the university's independence must always be based on transparency and arm's length. Kurt Nielsen, vice-dean at Technical Sciences, has published a contribution to the debate in the journal Ingeniøren.

2020.01.14 | News, Department of Engineering

Recycled plastics transformed into 3D printing material

A new research project at the Department of Engineering, Aarhus University aims to recycle plastic waste into a standardised filament product for the 3D printing industry.

2020.01.14 | Department of Engineering

Aarhus University opens the world's first centre for ear-EEG

Researchers at the Department of Engineering are world leaders in brain measurement via a special device fitted in the ear like a hearing aid. The technology is called ear-EEG, and now the university has received a new grant to ensure further development of this Danish-designed method.