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Tech's strategy process is structured around the following three tracks: Management development in the faculty management team, Focus groups on strategic themes and Administrative collaboration, coordination and prioritisation. (graphic in Danish)

2020.11.16 |

Launch of strategy process for Tech

The Faculty of Technical Sciences has been up and running for almost a year now, and after a tour of all the faculty's departments, Dean Eskild Holm Nielsen and the Dean's Office have launched a strategy process. This will be a three-pronged process, with focus groups for the most important strategic priority themes.

The acting heads of department and deputy heads of department are now in place to ensure that the new departments get off to a good start.  Photo: AU Foto

2020.11.11 |

New engineering departments: acting managers now in place

When the four new engineering departments open on 1 January 2021, they will have a transitional management until the appointment process for the new heads of department has been completed. The acting heads of department and deputy heads of department are now in place to ensure that the new departments get off to a good start.

The image shows the number of cattle per hectare in Denmark in 1898 and 2018, respectively. This data shows that over around a century, cattle farming moved from fertile soils in the east to more sandy - and cheaper - soils in the west. This type of GIS data is being used in the AU ProvenanceDK project, for example, the aim of which is to understand and promote local produce.

2020.11.05 |

Unique shared geographic data collection now available to researchers and students

Researchers and students now have access to AU's new, shared geographic data collection. The collection can be used for everything from cancer research to mapping prehistoric monuments and it is unique in a Danish university context.

Photo: Pixabay

2020.11.03 |

Help with virtual meetings and conferences

The COVID-19 situation has forced us to rethink our previous practices and habits – including how we conduct virtual 'meetings'. A new website can help you get started.