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"The amount of data will only get worse, and new compression technologies are a necessary tool to reduce the effect of increasing data traffic," says Daniel Lucani Rötter, newly appointed full professor at Aarhus University. Photo: Peer Klercke.

2021.07.15 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

New professor on the data surge: It will only get worse

Daniel Lucani Rötter is a new professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Aarhus University. He conducts research into how we can solve some of the internet's biggest Gordian knots.

In a new project, researchers aim to develop technology to enable self-driving cars to share data. This will increase safety on the roads (Photo: Colourbox).
"Self-driving cars must be able to handle situations that only rarely occur in real life. This places considerable demands on artificial intelligence and software development," says Lukas Esterle, assistant professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Aarhus University. (Photo: Lukas Esterle)

2021.06.24 | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Self-driving cars must be able to communicate with each other

Cars must be able to share knowledge about what is happening on the roads and warn each other about dangerous situations. This will improve road safety in a future with autonomous vehicles, and Independent Research Fund Denmark is investing in technology development.

Lili Zhang is a new assistant professor at the Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering at Aarhus University. She conducts research into mechanics-inspired medicines for cancer treatment. (Photo: Lars Kruse)
Why does immunotherapy work well on some cancer patients, but not on others? Lili Zhang wants to understand the intrinsic coupling between mechanical and biochemical mechanisms in health and disease and use this knowledge to develop new medicines. (Photo: Lars Kruse)
Lili Zhang has been researching brain injuries and the mechanics of neuron for most of her career. She has come to Aarhus to start research into the mechanics of cancer treatment within a multidisciplinary framework of engineering and biomedicine. (Photo: Lars Kruse)

2021.06.23 | Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering

New researcher wants to develop cancer medicine in Denmark. She has a unique idea

Lili Zhang wants to use her knowledge about mechanical engineering to develop new types of cancer medicine. The idea is new, the approach is innovative and highly interdisciplinary, and just thinking about the potential clinical impact is enough to make you dizzy.


Tue 22 Feb
08:00-16:00 | Novo Nordic in Hellerup, Denmark
International conference on Zero Greenhouse Gas Emission in High Productive Agriculture
Aarhus University is organising the international conference on 'Zero Greenhouse Emission in High Productive Agriculture - ZEA' 22 - 24 February 2022. The conference is hosted and financially supported by NovoNordic Foundation.