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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
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Why join the AU Alumni network

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.

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More than DKK 10 million of the project’s total of DKK 70.4 million has been earmarked for SMEs that are not part of the consortium, but who wants to try out digital twins in their production. Photo: Colourbox.

2020.04.01 | Department of Engineering

Digital brains to give SMEs easy access to digital twins

The EU Research and Innovation Programme, Horizon 2020, has granted more than DKK 70 million (EUR 9.4 million) to a new research project to make it easy for small and medium-sized European production companies to benefit from digital twins.

Drifting: A driving technique originating from Japan, where the driver intentionally oversteers, thereby loosing traction while maintaining control and driving the car through the entirety of the corner. The book applies this analogy to the conception of Constructive Design Research. Photo: Colourbox.

2020.04.01 | Department of Engineering

Drifting by Intention: New book on design research

Design and engineering are often seen as solution-oriented disciplines. So how do you design not only to solve a challenge, but also to build knowledge? This is the focus of a new book written by the architect, Professor Peter Gall Krogh. The book has just been published by Springer Nature.

Professor and head of department at the Department of Computer Science, Kaj Grønbæk (left), and Professor Peter Gorm Larsen at the Department of Engineering (right). Photo: AU Foto.

2020.03.30 | Department of Engineering

EUR 35 million to solve future challenges for Danish industry

With more than a quarter of a billion DKK, and in close collaboration with more than 50 industrial partners, Danish researchers and experts are now joining forces in the MADE FAST development project, aiming to make Danish production more efficient, flexible and sustainable.

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