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WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY

WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY

The workshop on Agricultural and Food Technology has been conducted. Read the article on the workshop here.

 

JOIN US AT THE WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY, NOVEMBER 16, 2021 

Do you have a project proposal, a mission-driven idea or merely a loose idea for a project within Agricultural and Food Technology? Maybe you are just curious to hear more about the Faculty’s research within the field?

We invite the Faculty’s researchers, established as well as emerging, to participate in a first internal workshop at AAU Engineering & Science, in a series of nine, focusing on Sustainability in Agriculture and Food Technology.

EXPECTED OUTCOME OF THE WORKSHOP:

  • cross-faculty collaborations, new potential bubble-projects and platforms
  • process support in the earliest stages of project development
  • new opportunities to strengthen your research profile
  • inspiration and brainstorming in an internal multidisciplinary environment
  • sharpening the faculty’s Sustainability profile within Agricultural and Food Technology

 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM OF THE DAY IS

  • 12:00 – 12:20 Welcome and sandwich (Process consultant Simona Padurariu)
  • 12:20 – 12:40 Engineering & Science - Sustainability profile (Pro-Dean John K. Pedersen)
  • 12:40 – 13:20 Agricultural & Food Technology research at AAU (Professor Kåre Lehmann Nielsen, Assoc. Prof. Mette Lübeck)
  • 13:20 – 15:30 Project presentations - posters/pitch session, speed-dating and brainstorming
  • 15:30 – 15:45 Funding support within the field (fundraisers Kristian Bering and Simona Padurariu)
  • 15:45 – 16:00 Wrap-up and next step (Pro-Dean John K. Pedersen)

ANY QUESTIONS?

Please address any questions related to the workshop to Simona Padurariu, Funding Process Consultant, sipa@adm.aau.dk, (+45) 9940 3441.

BACKGROUND

The purpose of this workshop is to facilitate cross-faculty collaboration. The Faculty is interested in identifying strongholds and missing competences as well as how to support early phase ideas.

Nine areas of sustainability across the strongholds of the Faculty have our specific focus and the Faculty launches nine sustainability workshops, to facilitate cross-faculty networking, dialogue and project development. For more information see the Faculty’s sustainability profile.

Furthermore, read the article on the first Faculty workshop.