Research and education at the Faculty of Engineering and Science (ENGINEERING) is wide-ranging, spanning disciplines like mathematics, physics and chemistry, as well as areas such as sustainable energy technology, nanotechnology and global business systems.
WORLD CHANGING RESEARCH
At ENGINEERING our research revolves around the major global societal challenges. Areas include: converting to green energy, ensuring clean water for the world's population, and smart and innovative methods of production. Research at the faculty is conducted by six departments, each within their core area as well as in cross-cutting collaboration, in order to achieve the best results.
- Danish Building Research Institute
- Civil Engineering
- Materials and Production
- Chemistry and Bioscience
- Mathematical Sciences
- Energy Technology
GRADUATES FOR TOMORROW’S LABOR MARKET
The faculty has approximately 3,500 students (2016). We work continuously to ensure that our palette of programs meets the need for graduates in the labor market of the future. A total of 92 percent (2016) of ENGINEERING graduates are in jobs 1-2 years after graduation, which testifies to the fact that an engineering or science degree from Aalborg University makes you a valuable employee for businesses and organizations.
AN ATTRACTIVE PARTNER
At ENGINEERING, both researchers and students consider collaboration with the business community and the wider society a high priority.
In 2016, the faculty signed more than 450 cooperation agreements with external partners, and a study by the Danish Confederation of Industry (2016) shows that Danish companies rank Aalborg University as Denmark's best university to partner with.
Internationally, the faculty distinguishes itself with high placement on a number of reputable rankings of the world’s universities. These include AAU being number 7 in the world in Electronic and Electrical Engineering on the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016. And in the U.S. News & World Report rankings AAU is number 18 in Engineering.
Geographically, the faculty spans the country with campuses in Esbjerg, Copenhagen and Aalborg.
The dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Science is Mogens Rysholt Poulsen.