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Technical University of Denmark
Next Generation Water Action
Engaging selected young students and technology entrepreneurs to challenge and catalyze water solutions towards smart livable cities with industry, academia and public sector.
Data modelling in UPPAAL
Researchers at the Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University are developing a model that predicts whether specific COVID-19 restrictions have any effect. The system will be used as decision support for the public authorities when determining how much and how long to close down activities in society to avoid exponential virus growth.
Living Systematic Review
An international research group, led by the Copenhagen Trial Unit at Copenhagen University Hospital, will monitor and evaluate medical research publications regarding coronavirus to identify the most effective treatment methods.
CoRESCUE Emergency Respirator
The Grundfos Foundation has funded production of the first 30 to 40 emergency ventilators designed by Prof. Stephen Rees at Aalborg University. The ventilator can be produced from non-critical components and aims to help health care providers to save more lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sustainable lake stewardship
Together with several Danish universities, we have set out to find a gentle way to harvest phosphorus from lakes and reuse it elsewhere.
Turbulence – Centre of Excellence
At the Technical University of Denmark, Associate Professor Clara Marika Velte is building a brand new laboratory. With grants from the ERC (European Research Council) and the Poul Due Jensen Foundation, the lab will allow the research group to collect unique databases for turbulence research. Within the ERC project, the group can test existing established theory and within the scope of the Poul Due Jensen Foundation project develop novel, robust, theory based on a combination of advanced experiments and mathematical analysis.
Water dowsing with science
A new AU-USGS research project funded by the Poul Due Jensen Foundation will make new technology for underground water detection easily accessible in developing countries.
AU Centre for Digital Twins
The "digital twin" concept is hoped to be the key to the future's smart product ecosystem. The Poul Due Jensen Foundation has granted 12m DKK to a new 4-year research project investigating the potential - and the boundaries - of digital twins.
Open Additive Manufacturing
New research in 3D printing will be made available via open platforms allowing curious companies access to knowledge about the processes behind it.
Danish participation at Stockholm Junior Water Prize
Tobias Washeim, Rasmus Thoft Nygaard, Kristian Katholm Nielsen and Sebastian Lykke Dalsgaard from Egaa Gymnasium in Denmark won a golden ticket to the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition when they participated in the Danish youth science competition Unge Forskere (Science EXPO) with a project on detecting microplastics in water.
World Class Computer Science environment in Aalborg
Artificial intelligence, cyber security, big data, IoT, data intensive cyber physical systems, etcetera - the digitalization of our society is running at full speed with no end in sight. Aalborg University is future-proofing its high-profile research environment with a major grant from the Poul Due Jensen Foundation.
Inspiring science for teachers and students
In 2017 to 2019, the Foundation supports development of targeted activities for teachers, teacher students and school pupils.