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Latest news from the Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

  • 03.12.2021

    CIE is an important part of a new research centre, which will provide more reliable electronics

    The X-Power test centre initiative was inaugurated on Tuesday the 23rd. November at Aalborg University. Here, researchers and industry can test the reliability of power electronics in everything from wind turbines to smartphones. X-POWER was created in a collaboration led by Aalborg University, where the Center for Industrial Electronics at SDU and SDU Electrical Engineering also play an essential role.

  • 25.03.2021

    ECPE Online Workshop: Capacitors in Power Electronics

    Don't miss out the ECPE online workshop "Capacitors in Power Electronics" on 20 and 21 April co-chaired by head of CIE, Thomas Ebel. Gain insights into new materials, technologies, applications, and reliability from academia and industry!

  • 07.01.2021

    New SDU equipment donated by Fabrikant Mads Clausen Foundation

    Fabrikant Mads Clausen Foundation has showered SDU with donations and this for the benefit of both research and education at SDU.

  • 21.08.2020

    Center for Industrial Electronic inaugurate EMC-lab

    The Center for Industrial Electronic (CIE) at SDU will be an international leader within the field of researching emissions that come from power electronics. An EMC-lab has been established in the effort to reach this goal. The lab will be inaugurated on the 27th August from 15:00-17:00 – everyone is welcome.

  • 27.02.2020

    Danish Prime Minister visited CIE

    On Thursday morning, the Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visited Sønderborg, where her route included a stop at Alsion to greet the staff at Centre for Industrial Electronics.

  • 25.02.2020

    New Centre for Industrial Mechanics on its way in Sønderborg

    SDU joins together with Bitten & Mads Clausen Fond, LINAK, Region of Southern Denmark and Sønderborg Municipality to establish a new Centre for Industrial Mechanics (CIM) with research, new laboratories and related engineering study programmes within the field of mechanics. The total investment amounts to more than 93 mill Danish kroner by 2030.

  • 31.01.2020

    HRH The Crown Prince officially launched HCØ2020 celebrations

    With the push of a button, patron for HCØ2020 HRH The Crown Prince launched an electromagnetic rocket and thus officially started the HCØ 2020 celebrations.

  • 11.01.2018

    SDU Sønderborg obtains approval of Bachelor of Engineering programme in Electronics

    In December, the Ministry of Education and Research approved two new programmes in the form of a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering and a Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering in Electronics, both of which are offered from SDU Sønderborg this year. Today, another approval came from Søren Pind’s ministry, namely of the Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Electronics.

  • 28.12.2017

    Plans for CIE building to be published soon

    A unique partnership with local companies, the region and Sønderborg municipality was established in 2017, which provides us with the financial resources to build a new Centre for Industrial Electronics as part of the Electrical Engineering section. The centre, CIE, will be placed in a new building, connected by a bridge to the old Alsion.

  • 30.06.2017

    Strong partnership behind new center at SDU

    A unique collaboration between public and private enterprises forms the basis for new research and innovation facilities as well as new engineering study programmes at SDU in Sønderborg. SDU, Danfoss A/S, LINAK A/S, the Region of Southern Denmark and Sønderborg Municipality each invest DKK 35-36m in a new Center for Industrial Electronics.

  • 03.02.2017

    NASA participates in MCI seminar

    MCI holds seminar on lithium-ion battery technology. NASA-researcher participates with lecture on the use of the batteries in space applications.

  • 27.01.2017

    PhD defense by Paul Coman

    PhD student Paul Coman will defend his PhD thesis titled "Modeling of Li-Ion battery packs as basis for design of battery thermal management systems"

  • 10.10.2016

    100% Conference reveals need to study successful green-tech start-ups

    Scientists and practitioners joined in discussion of future renewable energies at the binational series of annual conference on renewable energy and climate neutrality

  • 22.09.2016

    Renewable energy across borders

    Third conference about the future of renewable energies in the cross-border region

  • 24.08.2016

    Lessons learned from Steve Jobs' way of presenting

    Steve Jobs has undoubtedly been a genius in successful product presentations. His charismatic style is a great example for speakers in any setting.

  • 02.05.2016

    PhD defence by Kasper Paasch

    PhD student Kasper Paasch will defend his PhD thesis titled "Power Electronic System for Multi-MW PV Sites".

  • 27.04.2016

    Green power electronics project off to a good start

    On March 16, the representatives of six Baltic Sea neighbors gathered to push the Interreg project Power Electronics for Green Energy Efficiency off to a good start. The launch marks the beginning of an effort to increase green energy consumption by means of Advanced Power Electronics

  • 01.03.2016

    EU-millions to boost position of strength in border region

    Enterprises on both sides of the Danish-German border hold a strong position of know-how about effective power control and application – from electronic equipment and transportation to industrial production and energy generation. Now, 3 million euro granted by the EU and the Region of Southern Denmark must ensure that the position of strength is further developed and that the strong competences can improve the basis for economic growth and employment.

  • 09.10.2015

    Climate Neutrality – if we can, you can too

    A two-day conference held at SDU in Sønderborg demonstrated how the local community practices climate neutrality

  • 17.03.2014

    MCI to lead network project in green power electronics

    The Mads Clausen Institute has received DKK 350.000 to build a network in the Baltic Sea region