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Support stockings using electrical muscle stimulation in use at Bispebjerg Hospital. Photo: Bispebjerg Hospital.

2021.05.31 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering

Danish invention preserves muscle mass in Covid patients

Engineering researchers from Aarhus University have developed electronic support stockings and tested them on bed-ridden Covid patients at Copenhagen University Hospitals, Bispebjerg and Herlev. The experiments show that the stockings counteract a significant loss of muscle mass.

Professor Björn Andresen will participate in the UN working group on energy transition ahead of the summit in September. (Photo: Lars Kruse)

2021.05.29 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor about UN energy summit: “This could be pivotal to the global green transition”

In September, the UN General Assembly will host a high-level dialogue on energy. Aarhus University will participate in efforts to identify green transition strategies.

"This is so far a totally unexplored area," says Assistant Professor Shweta Agarwala, who's heading the project. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto.

2021.05.17 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Soluble, printable sensor to measure pressure inside the body

With a grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark of DKK 2 million, a team of researchers from Aarhus University hopes to develop a sensor made of novel conductive materials that can be implanted in the body, accurately measure the pressure of the selected organs, and then dissolve when it has finished its task.

What should we do about the enormous flow of data from the city floating around on the internet? How do we find connections and patterns that can transform into useful insights for the authorities, businesses, the police, hospitals and, not least, the people living in the city? The answer is artificial intelligence, and researchers from Aarhus University will lead the european technology development in the coming years. The photo shows Alexandros Iosidifis in the city of Aarhus (Photo: AU Lars Kruse)

2021.05.07 | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Artificial intelligence to make European cities smarter

In a major EU project, researchers from Aarhus University will develop brand new technologies to process and analyse image and audio sensor data from cities. This will increase security for citizens and enhance traffic flow.