Internal information and news

See the latest figures for infection with COVID-19 among students and staff at Technical Sciences. (Colourbox)

2020.10.20 |

See state of infection at the faculty

See the latest figures for infection with COVID-19 among students and staff at Technical Sciences. The figures are updated on the Danish page.

Eskild Holm Nielsen, dean of Faculty at Technical Sciences (Photo: Melissa Yildirim, AU)

2020.10.09 |

AU board adopts new organisation for the engineering area

At a board meeting on 8 October, the AU board gave the green light to establish four new engineering departments at the university. The purpose of the new organisation is to consolidate the academic environments across Aarhus University School of Engineering and the Department of Engineering. The new departments will open on 1 January 2021.

2020.10.06 |

Stand for the AU election

It will soon be time to register as a candidate and vote in the university elections. This year, members of the Board of Studies and the PhD Committee have to be elected, as well as student representatives for the Board. Students and PhD students will also have to be elected for the Academic Council, while the election of VIPs and TAPs will be…

Man blowing his nose. Photo: Colourbox

2020.10.01 |

COVID-19 response at Nat and Tech - guide for employees

What should you do if a student tests positive for COVID-19, or if you suspect you may be infected? This guide gives you an overview of procedures and responsibilities in the local infection control.

AU in Foulum (Photo: Anders Trærup, AU)

2020.08.31 |

Dean to visit departments at the Faculty of Technical Sciences

Dean Eskild Holm Nielsen has started his round of visits to all departments and units at Tech. His aim is to greet the staff and introduce the new strategy process. There will be ample opportunity to take part in the dialogue and ask questions.

2020.08.28 |

Greeting from the dean

We’ve got off to a good start after the holidays, although unfortunately with a number of employees who have to work from home, but luckily you will be returning this week. COVID-19 is clearly still here, and we have to be ready to live with it for some time to come. This places demands on the individual and on us as a community, and we must all…

Students will soon be back on campus, and the university will look a bit more like itself again. However, it is vital that we all - students and staff - help each other comply with the guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Photo: Melissa Yildirim, AU Foto.

2020.08.31 |

Students back on campus

This week marks the beginning of orientation for new students and of the autumn semester with both physical teaching and online teaching for all students at Nat and Tech. Both students and teaching staff are well prepared for the new precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read about the measures here.

Teaching at the start of studies for engineering students. Photo: Lars Kruse

2020.08.20 |

Information about teaching during corona

The Corona situation means that many aspects of teaching will be affected in this autumn semester. Find the information specifically about teaching during Corona here on the staff portal.

2020.08.18 |

Apply for AUFF grants

Aarhus University Research Foundation has just announced the calls for AUFF NOVA, International Mobility and Publication support. Deadlines are in September.

SmitteStop-app (Graphics: Danish Health Authority)

2020.08.13 |

New guidelines on tracing infection and appeal to use the tracing app

There are new guidelines for staff on the AU corona website on how to handle COVID-19 symptoms and infection. Furthermore, AU urges everyone to download the national contact tracing app ’smitte|stop’.

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