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At the graduation ceremony, a scholarship of DKK 5,000 was awarded by De Frie Erhvervs Investeringsfond i Esbjerg. The foundation aims to support and develop the business community in Esbjerg by awarding a scholarship to a person or group that has studied in Esbjerg and will live and work in the area.
Every seat in the auditorium at AAU Esbjerg on Friday was filled when this summer's new graduates at AAU Esbjerg were honored and received their diplomas. A total of 67 students graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering degree, an MSc in Engineering, and other Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Also, 40 of the students with new Bachelor’s degrees will continue in a Master’s program at AAU Esbjerg after the summer holiday. The Teacher of the Year at the Faculty of Engineering and Science was also honored at the graduation ceremony, and a scholarship from De Frie Erhvervs Investeringsfond i Esbjerg was awarded to a group of new energy engineers.
Researchers from Aalborg University have built the world's first battery made of biological material derived from mold. The technology is just as effective as that in conventional batteries, but far more environmentally friendly and sustainable. In the coming years, it could revolutionize the way we store power.
Again this year, Aalborg University Esbjerg has supplied beer to the People’s Political Festival on Bornholm; the beer can be tasted at the Engineering tent Thursday evening, June 14.
An AAU Esbjerg researcher has developed several algorithms that can help wind turbine owners detect errors in wind turbines before the errors become problematic
In a new, major, qualitative report, top U.S. university MIT identifies Aalborg University’s engineering programs as a model for engineering programs worldwide.