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2021.04.15 | Research news

HUBCAP: Digital innovation opportunities for SMEs

With the third round of INNOVATE applications now open, the HUBCAP project is looking for companies that want to enter into innovative collaborations to develop digital tools and products within cyber-physical systems (CPS) and model-based design (MBD). Consortia of two–three SMEs may apply.

2021.04.09 | Research news

HUBCAP: Opportunities for companies with digital products

In Call #1.3 PULL, HUBCAP offers European providers of digital technologies support in selling their assets and building relationships with new customers. Providers of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and model-based design (MBD) tools and assets may apply.

2019.11.05 | Events

Temadag: Produktinnovation i i4.0 (in danish)

Hvordan integreres den fysiske produktion og den digitale verden? Temadagen afholdes den 12. november 2019, FORCE Technology, Agro Food Park 13, 8200 Aarhus N. Læs mere og tilmeld dig her.

2019.11.05 | Positions

Postdoc in Digital Twin and Co-Simulation

The Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, invites applicants for a 3 years postdoc position offering applicants an exciting opportunity to join a new research project: Digital Twins for Cyber-Physical Systems (DiT4CPS).

2019.05.10 | Knowledge exchange

Gathering a Digital Twins ‘dream team’ in Aarhus

6 May 2019 marked the official opening of the new Centre for Digital Twins at Aarhus University's Department of Engineering. Centre lead, Professor Peter Gorm Larsen, presented his dream team that will make up the core of the Centre. The team will make it their mission to bring Digital Twins from hype to reality and explore the possibilities and…

2019.05.06 | Knowledge exchange

New centre for digital twins: "The idea of being able to design and debug the entire system before you build it is absolutely fantastic"

24-year-old Christian Møldrup Legaard is studying for an MSc in Engineering in computer engineering. He will soon be a part of Aarhus University's new Centre for Digital Twins, and he believes that this new trend in digital systems can save a lot of money and grey hair.

2019.02.01 | Press release

DKK 50 million for non-targeted research into better blockchain technology

The Concordium Blockchain Research Centre at the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University opens on 1 February 2019. The centre will be researching into blockchain technology, with focus on security, transparency and general usability. The Concordium Foundation is donating funding of DKK 50 million (EUR 6.6 million) over five years.

2018.11.30 | Knowledge exchange

Professor Mark Podolskij receives ERC grant

The ERC grant is targeted excellent research and the visionary researchers who tread new roads in research areas of great importance.

2018.11.27 | Knowledge exchange

ICT Networking Dinner

The aim with the networking dinner is to bring Danish, German, Swiss and Austrian researchers and industry representatives together to network and discuss joint Horizon 2020 proposals. The hope is that participants will make new connections or find new partners for their current or upcoming proposals for Horizon 2020.

2018.08.14 | Research news

ERC Starting Grant for research in next level cryptographic protocols

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Associate Professor Claudio Orlandi from DIGIT at Aarhus University a starting grant worth €1.5M for research into private and efficient secure multiparty computation (MPC).

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