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Software engineer Niloofar Yazdani has with new solutions for efficient data transmission made it more sustainable to transfer data from the Internet of Things. That is why she receives Aarhus University Research Foundation's PhD prize.
Four researchers from AU Engineering have received major grants from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for new technological research. In total, the Faculty of Technical Sciences at Aarhus University has received DKK 26 million shared between eight projects.
Radical innovation. Under this headline, 275 engineering students explained why their ideas have the potential to disrupt an entire industry. They made their pitches last week at the Applied Innovation in Engineering 2022 event in Stakladen at Aarhus University (AU).
A large pan-European network of researchers, farmers, companies and knowledge centres has established a platform showcasing hundreds of existing technologies that can help de-fossilise agriculture.
With a grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark, a team of researchers and experts from industry and Aarhus University will try to solve the fundamental problem that the speed of light simply is not fast enough for the internet of the future.