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.
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.
If you have a personal or professional interest in power electronics, please mark 5 March in your calendar. On this day, SDU Electrical Engineering (SDU EE) and Centre for Industrial Electronics (CIE) are hosting a two-hour seminar allowing the audience to learn about the latest research achievements.
Today's topping-out ceremony emphasised that the new CIE building is well over midway. LINAK CEO, Bent Jensen, gave thanks to the tradesmen for their huge work efforts on behalf of the owners.
ETK EMS Group A/S opkøbte i oktober konkursboet efter Delfi Electronic, og reddede dermed en stor del af virksomhedens medarbejdere fra en tur til jobformidlingen. Partner og COO for ETK EMS Group, Torben Drejer, fortæller, at Sønderborgs ry som en driftig by og det nyetablerede Center for Industriel Elektronik var tungtvejende grunde til, at virksomheden valgte at etablere sig i byen.
Our project partners are excited to announce that the final conference of the Green PE project will take place January 25, 2018 in Sønderborg, Denmark.
Ærø becomes a new network partner in SDU project – the green island is supposed to become even greener
The little gem in the southern Danish sea, Ærø, produces more power than the island itself consumes. Paradoxically, Ærø is nevertheless forced to export and import power because the consumption pattern of the inhabitants does not match the production of the six large wind turbines on the southwest coast of the island. This problem is now addressed by an Interreg project with SDU as lead partner.
You probably understand what Siri, Alexa and Google tell you. But do you really like to talk to these programs, and are they always spot on, when they speak to you? Probably not. A group of international speech and language researchers, who met last week in Sønderborg, are working to do something about that.
The first spade of soil for the Centre for Industrial Electronics (CIE) in Sønderborg was turned over today. The centre is the result of an exceptional regional initiative and a unique collaboration. The CIE will be the home of three new SDU Engineering programmes and research at an international level, and it will meet corporate demands for skilled labour.
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.
The 21st of June 2017 Danfoss A/S, LINAK A/S, the Region of Southern Denmark, SDU and Sønderborg Municipality agreed to finance the establishment of Center for Industrial Electronics. The new center will boast research, innovation and test facilities at a high international level and at the same time be a foundation for new engineering study programmes in the field of electronics at BSc, MSc and BEng levels.
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.
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.