Prize ceremony & EXPO
At the Grundfos Prize Ceremony, academia and industry met to celebrate a promising young researcher and explore the Foundation's science and technology projects.

The Grundfos Prize takes place every year in November at Grundfos Center and is a festive day with a focus on science and technology.

Smart Water Infrastructure Lab @ Grundfos Prize EXPO

Participants can meet the Foundation’s research and learning partners at the Grundfos Prize EXPO. Photo: Lars Holm

Programme for VIP attendees, 9 November 2023:

Time Activity
11:00-12:00 VIP EXPO
12:00-13:00 VIP lunch
13:00-15:00 Prize ceremony, incl:

15:00 – Coffee and departure (student EXPO)
Ameli Dot

Rising star Ameli Dot will deliver this year’s musical entertainment. Photo: The Artist

Last year’s ceremony

Three persons on stage. From Left: Kim Nøhr Skibsted, Anne Ladegaard Skov, and Flemming Konradsen.

On 10 November 2022, Professor Anne Ladegaard Skov became the 20th Grundfos Prize Laureate. Photo: Lars Holm

In 2022, Professor of Astrophysics Anja C. Andersen delivered the keynote and hosted a debate on why we need Science Capital with Nature Interpreter Morten D.D. Hansen, Museum of Natural History, Director of ASTRA Mikkel Bohm and Director of the House of Natural Sciences Majken Lykke Lolck.

Why do we need science capital? from Grundfos Foundation | PDJF on Vimeo.