Internal information and news

Dean Eskild Holm Nielsen sends a greeting to all employees at Tech.

2020.03.20 |

Greetings to Tech employees from dean Eskild Holm Nielsen

The current exceptional situation has demanded a rapid transition from you all to address serious challenges that none of us could be prepared for. I would like to express my deep gratitude to you all for your positive attitude, patience and drive in this chaotic period.

2020.03.20 |

Distance teaching at Nat and Tech

ST Learning Lab has updated their website with resources to get you started with distance learning.

2020.03.19 |

IT security: Important information for everyone working from home

The current corona situation means that record numbers of Danes will be working from home for a while. This makes us even more vulnerable to cyber criminals, and AU has already registered an increase in the number of phishing emails we receive. So please be careful when you work from home.

2020.03.18 |

Coronavirus: Which special terms of employment apply?

What should you do if you get sick while you are working from home? What do you do if you cannot work to the same extent because your children are home as well? And will it still be possible for you to take holiday? You can find the answers to these questions and more in a Q&A for employees at Aarhus University in connection with the closure of…

2020.03.12 |

Only use the VPN connection if absolutely necessary

AU’s VPN network is seeing unusually heavy traffic. We ask everyone not to log onto AU’s systems via VPN unless absolutely necessary.

2020.02.28 |

Information about the coronavirus for AU staff and students

We have updated Aarhus University information on corona for students, staff, guests and partner institutions.

Jens Vinge Nygaard participated in the development of the ODIN-concept. Photo: Peter F. Gammelby, AU.
Marie Louise Conradsen has tentatively started a tour of departments at the three faculties to recruit researchers to the project. Photo: AU

2020.03.12 |

ODIN invites researchers from Technical Sciences to open innovation with pharmaceutical companies

Aarhus University and a number of Danish and international drug manufacturers are working together in ground-breaking, open research collaboration, ODIN, which the Novo Nordisk Foundation is supporting with DKK 54.5 mill. (EUR 7.2 mill.). The project involves scientists from the three faculties Tech, Nat and Health, and data and results from the…

2020 DHL Relay Race in Mindeparken, Aarhus. Photo: Ida Jensen, AU

2020.03.06 |

Registration for the 2020 DHL Relay Race now open

Aarhus University will once again participate in the DHL Relay race, and the registration is now open for all employees. It’s time to dust off your trainers and mark your calendar for a cosy evening with your colleagues. The registration deadline is 13 May.