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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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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

Chemical plant for Haber-Bosch production of ammonia and nitrogen fertilization. Photo: Istock.

2021.01.22 | AU Engineering, Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering

The road to future zero emissions demands a new form of ammonia production

A new global collaboration to examine new ways of producing green ammonia is to receive DKK 21 million from the EU framework programme for research and innovation, Horizon 2020. The project is being headed by engineering researchers from Aarhus University

Associate Professor Xuping Zhang and his research team have developed a customised and very versatile robotic gripper for the robot, that was demonstrated at Jydsk Emblem Fabrik on the 18th. of January 2021. Photo: Peer Klercke. 
The robot arm is installed on an intelligent, mobile platform, which can move between workstations avoiding people and other obstacles. Photo: Peer Klercke.

2021.01.20 | AU Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering

Robotic colleague takes over the production line at Aarhus factory

Monday 18 January was demo day at Jydsk Emblem Fabrik A/S in Malling – a 135-year-old family-owned company, which was demonstrating an intelligent, self-propelled, collaborative mobile robot manipulator system in its production processes.

"PFAS are some of the worst environmental pollutants, and unfortunately we don’t yet have green methods that can completely break the very strong carbon-fluorine bonds that make the substances extremely resistant to natural decay," says Assistant Professor Zongsu Wei. Photo: Zongsu Wei.

2021.01.13 | AU Engineering, Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering

Research project to eliminate ‘forever chemicals’

The Novo Nordisk Foundation has granted funding to a project to develop a multi-step system to treat water for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. The method is based on nature's own enzymes and a completely new nanomaterial being developed by researchers at Aarhus University.

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