man 13 aug
09:00-09:00 | Aarhus
PhD course: Analysis techniques for the transformation of buildings and distribution networks to 4th generation district heating
District heating is a technology with advanced technical production facilities and distribution systems. In recent years, the complexity of district heating systems has increased, including increased use of control and monitoring mechanisms in all parts of the system. With the transition to smart energy systems, 4th generation district heating (4GDH) and variable renewables, as well as access to detailed data from high-resolution smart meters in buildings; new problems, opportunities, and solution methods arise. In this course we therefore focus on two key topics: i) Analysis techniques for large data sets in a district heating context and ii) the transformation of buildings and distribution networks to 4GDH.
tor 23 aug
12:00-12:00 | Aarhus
Tilmelding til DHL stafetten 2018 er åben
AU deltager igen i år i DHL Stafetten, og tilmeldingen er nu åben. Kom med ud i det grønne og få en hyggelig aften med dine kollegaer. Sidste frist for tilmelding er den 4. maj 2018.
tir 11 sep
09:00-16:00 | AU
PhD course: Planning and controlling a PhD project
This course will give a brief introduction to Project Management disciplines with focus on planning and controlling the students own PhD projects. As a specific outcome all participants will have a plan with deliverables, milestones, and schedules for their PhD Project.
man 17 sep
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus
Ph.d.-course: Nanoscience meets Hepatology
During the course a number of concepts, characteristics, phenomena and topics relevant for employing nanoscience in hepatology will be presented.
man 24 sep
09:00-16:00 | AU Foulum
PhD course: Modeling crop growth, water, carbon and nitrogen dynamics in cropping systems
Objectives of the course: Modeling the effects of climate, soil properties, soil organic matter and nitrogen fertilization on crop photosynthesis, growth and development is vital for evaluating the effects on yields and the risk of nitrogen losses of different cropping systems.
man 08 okt
09:00-16:00 | Aarhus
PhD course: Quantitative Plant Ecology
The PhD students will be introduced to state-space models and structural equation models, which are becoming increasingly popular for fitting ecological models to empirical data.
105717 / i31