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You need to know something about textile fibres and particle chemistry if you want to design an effective face mask. And it has to be sewn so that it perfectly fits your face. These are the conclusions from last week's face-mask speed experiment at Aarhus University (Photo: Colourbox)
The students could design their own face masks using layers of different types of textiles with good filtering properties (Photo: Birgit Bonefeld).

2020.11.23 | AU Engineering, Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering

Students test face masks in the laboratory

There are large differences in how well cloth face masks filter particles, and it is crucial that they fit snuggly against your face. These are the main conclusions of an experiment at Aarhus University.

"Denmark is at the forefront of research in district heating. With our projects, we will demonstrate that Denmark could be one of the first countries to exploit the existing housing stock economically as heat storage in district heating systems," says PhD Student Virginia Amato (left). On the picture is also shown Thea Broholt (middle) and Louise Christensen (right). Photo: AU Foto.

2020.11.19 | AU Engineering, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering

Buildings as thermal batteries in a transition towards a green energy system

Denmark is to be climate-neutral by 2050. This requires major changes in our utilities sector, and buildings will play a significant role in this context. Three PhD students at Aarhus University talk about their research to help Denmark meet targets in its climate plans.

[Translate to English:] Danmark får vicepræsidentposten i The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE). Corneliu Barbu, adjunkt  ved Ingeniørhøjskolen Aarhus Universitet tiltræder 1.januar 2021.

2020.11.20 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

AU takes over vice-presidency of elite European network for energy technology

As the new vice-president of the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), Aarhus University will play an important role in European efforts to promote the green transition.

The ibrAIn center will be located in the Edison building at Aarhus University. Photo: AU Foto.

2020.11.16 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Aarhus University links brain research and artificial intelligence in new centre

A new cross-disciplinary centre will develop brain-machine interface technologies. One of the goals is to develop the next generation of technology to monitor, diagnose, and treat brain diseases while at the same time developing brand new brain-inspired AI hardware.

Mogens Hinge is an associate professor at the Department of Engineering, Aarhus University and is heading the research group Plastic and Polymer Engineering. Foto: Colourbox

2020.11.10 | AU Engineering, Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering

How do you recycle composite from wind turbines?

When composite from wind turbines is to be disposed of then it either ends up in landfills, or it is incinerated. However, researchers are working on a sustainable way of recycling the composite material, says Mogens Hinge, expert in plastics from Aarhus University, in this blog post.

"The need for machine learning techniques to understand data is greater than ever before," says Postdoc Martin Magris. Photo: Istock.

2020.11.06 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

How neural networks can help us gain a deeper understanding of financial markets

A new research project at Aarhus University will use Bayesian Neural Networks to model, analyse and understand trading behaviour in the world of finance. The researchers behind the project expect the technology to revolutionise our understanding of financial data.

"We can see a relatively large gap between newly developed technologies and strategies and the actual use of these sustainable technologies in the agricultural sector all over Europe," says Professor Claus Grøn Sørensen, Aarhus University. Photo: Colourbox.

2020.11.05 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

New EU-funded project to make agriculture fossil free

There are lots of green, modern agricultural technologies, but they are used far too little. With funding of DKK 15 million, a number of European innovation hubs will now find out how technologies can be promoted and adapted to the users.