AU Engineering Alumni

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What's an alumnus?

An alumnus is a graduate - that is a former student who has completed a degree programme.

The alumni network at AU Engineering is targeted former students with an engineering degree from Aarhus School of Engineering or Department of Engineering at Aarhus University. We invite all graduates with an engineering degree to join the alumni network.

We also invite current and former staff members as well as exchange students and students from the admission course who have completed at least one semester at AU Engineering.

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Feel free to send us good ideas, questions and comments at contact@auengineering.au.dk - we will get back to you as soon as possible, typically within 1-2 working days.

Our address is:
AU Engineering at Aarhus University
Inge Lehmanns Gade 10
8000 Aarhus C

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Why join the AU Alumni network

If you join AU's Alumni network, you will receive different offers, for example to sign up for a free course at Folkeuniversitetet. Joining the Alumni network is free of charge.

You will be part of the Aarhus University Alumni network along with more than 28,500 other alumni from Aarhus University.

You can become member if you are a former student at Aarhus University or a current/former staff member at Aarhus University.

NEWS

Researchers fracture heart valves with small high-pressure balloons in the laboratory. The aim is to calculate the exact minimum pressure for a defective heart valve to fracture  without damaging the surrounding tissue. The photo shows (from left) Jens Erik Nielsen-Kudsk, Aarhus University Hospital and Peter Johansen, associate professor, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University. (Photo: AU Lars Kruse)

2018.06.18 | AU Engineering

Danish researchers behind new treatment for heart-valve patients

Now patients can have their worn-out artificial heart valve replaced without major surgery. Together with physicians at Aarhus University Hospital, engineers from Aarhus University have developed and characterised a gentle method to fracture old implants and make room for new ones.

Much can be learned from the ancient Japanese art form origami, when it comes to designing modern metamaterials. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU)

2018.06.15 | AU Engineering

Centuries-old art form generates completely new materials

Origami. For many people, the word means not much more than skilfully folding paper to resemble swans, frogs or other animals. But origami is much more. There are examples of origmai throughout the modern world, but it's likely that you won't notice all the things that are in fact inspired by this 17th century Japanese art form.

Dekan Niels Chr. Nielsen sammen med Johan T. Krogshave (tv) og Robert Søndergaard (th) med undervandsrobotten NorthROV på folkemødet. Foto: Jesper Bruun
På folkemødet er der mulighed for at se 3D-optagelser, som NorthROV har optaget, af enorme isbjerge under det arktiske vand. Foto: Jesper Bruun
Ingeniørteltet åbnede med et science show, der understregede vigtigheden af samarbejde inden for teknologiens verden. Foto: Jesper Bruun.

2018.06.18 | AU Engineering

Dean: "Education will solve the UN development goals"

The tent of engineering at the People's Meeting at Bornholm opened with fire, steam and praise to the country's engineering students.

EVENTS

Tue 26 Jun
13:30-15:00 | Navitas, Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, Aarhus C, room 04.041
Guest lecture: Experiments on air-flow characteristics close to the marine surface and on floating wind turbines
Senior Researcher Hubert Branger, CNRS/IRPHE, Marseille University.
Wed 27 Jun
13:00-15:00 | Building 3210, Navitas, room 04.096, Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, 8000 Aarhus
PhD defence: New knowledge about the behaviour of Palaeogene clay – one of the trickiest soil types in Denmark
PhD student Thomas Rye Simonsen, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University.
Fri 29 Jun
13:00-15:00 | Building 3210, room 04.047, Navitas, Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, 8000 Aarhus
PhD defence: Towards energy flexible residential buildings
PhD student Theis Friis Pedersen, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University.