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Likely impeachment against Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff for manipulating government accounts ...

 

Brazilians have had enough - but what happens if they fire the politicians?

 

Brazil is heading into political chaos. President Dilma Rousseff made probably impeached, but accusations of corruption adheres also to her potential successors in office.

 

Everything went well in Brazil in 2014.

 

As one of the few countries in the world, and particularly in the latitudes of South America, the economy of the country in growth and growth constantly increasing. After many years of inflation and political instability, the exchange rate was reversed. Helped by rising oil and commodity prices and a hefty boost in exports to the Chinese market.

 

In the midst of this success story - are also included, the unemployment rate was historically low and middle class in the great country with one had much money in his hands - stood Dilma Rousseff. The popular president of the Labour Party PT and the successor to people hero 'Lula' da Silva.

 

But nothing lasts forever. Shortly after Brazil this year had been the head of an otherwise relatively smooth organization of the World Cup in football, things started to crumble. And so it went quickly.

 

Everything indicates impeachment.

 

We turn the run-up to Sunday evening. After the longest debate ever in the Brazilian House of Commons, should members of Congress one by one vote for or against the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff.

 

The now faded president accused of whitewashing the key figures in the Brazilian economy up to elections in 2014. Specifically, she must have moved money from several state-owned banks over to national accounts and thus have had a budget deficit look less bad than it was .

 

367 members in the House voted for impeachment. 137 voted against.

 

As such, the same question - probably within a month - to a vote in the upper house Senate. And most political analysts expect it here will be a vote for the impeachment of the incumbent president.

 

If this is the outcome, suspended Dilma Rousseff with immediate effect for 180 days.

 

"The politicians in Brazil are good to read the community, and they can feel that people want her (Dilma Rousseff, ed.) Out," said Paulo Sotero, head of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington , to the New York Times.

 

In other words, there is strong evidence that Dilma Rousseff is complete.

 

Or as Steen Fryba Christensen, associate professor at the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University, says it:

 

»Dilma Rousseff has gradually gained an image as an anonymous president. She does not have a clear idea of ​​what Brazil need to do to perform well. Therefore, burning her former alliance partners bridges to her. The crisis in the country has been going on for two years, and things are going badly with the economy. Added these scandals and corruption allegations, there are now many who do not want to be associated with her government. "

 

Operation Carwash public concern.

 

But how is it all gone so far?

 

Several places in the media in Brazil identifies precisely that Dilma Rousseff has long since lost control of both his own party, but also in the political landscape in general.

 

Rousseff has been too arrogant and headstrong, she has been too poor to engage in dialogue, it said. And when it starts to go bad with the economy, so the people are not slow to rebel against the rulers, shows the history of the country.

 

Where Brazil before was a beacon among developing countries, the economy the past two years have been worse than most could have predicted. Growth has fallen by more than 3.5 percent each year and countless Brazilians have been fired from their jobs.

 

"People are fed up with mismanagement and of Dilmas economic mistakes and corruption and arrogance of the Labour Party. But no one is nevertheless optimistic about the what's next, "says Raul Juste Lores, editor of a leading Brazilian newspaper, Folha de S.Paulo.

 

"She has taken too many resources from the private sector, she was arrogant to Congress for a long time, and her economic policy was wrong," said Luciano Dias, a political consultant in the capital Brasilia, to The New York Times.

 

On top of all this must be added that Dilma Rousseff - and especially her mentor, former President 'Lula' da Silva - linked to the scandal that goes under the name 'Operação Lava Jato', the Danish 'Operation Car Wash'. The case is basically that the state oil company Petrobras must have channeled millions of dollars into campaigns for 'Lula and Dilma Rousseffs Workers Party.

 

'Operation Car Wash' is the biggest corruption case in Brazil ever and has threads to large international companies like Samsung, Rolls-Royce and A. P. Moller - Maersk. These companies all suspected to have paid large sums in bribes to have bartered giant orders for equipment with concessions or contracts to sail with oil.

 

"The current situation is mainly due to Brazil's dependence on export prices. Commodity prices have fallen a lot, but after the past year's diverse scandals of corruption, the economic picture has become even more aggravated. There are budget deficits and balance of payments. Interest rates have gone up, and the demand has gone down. Many have been unemployed. There is also a lack of clarity about who exactly will be responsible for the political management of the country, and it has been natural for the opposition to milk the situation, so to speak, so they can get a regime change after the fourth period with the same government "says Steen Fryba Christensen from Aalborg University.

 

After Effects is also under indictment.

 

On Sunday evening after the vote in the lower house in Brasilia went thousands of protesters on the street, both in the capital and cities in the rest of the country.

 

Most require that Dilma Rousseff and 'Lula' da Silva put on the gate. The President and her mentor self-recrimination reverse the opposition to carry out a coup.

 

In any event, the people that cleaned up the too-close ties between the political establishment and businesses.

 

The problem is that the people who stand to possibly having to replace Dilma Rousseff, even been accused of corruption.

 

Vice President Michel Temer expected to replace Rousseff temporarily if she should be brought to impeachment. Temer is a leading member of the party PMDB - the largest party in the coalition that has struggled to get the impeachment of Rousseff voted through. He is 75 years and accused of having been involved in a skandalesag the government's purchase of illegal ethanol.

 

The next in line, can replace Dilma Rousseff, is Renan Calheiros, leader of the Senate. Also he is under investigation in connection with 'Operation Car Wash' and the scandal surrounding Petrobras.

 

The following mentioned as a possible replacement for the current president, Eduardo Cunha, the powerful leader of the lower house. He is accused of using a Swiss bank account to hide up to $ 40 million in bribes.

 

»Eduardo Cunha, you're a gangster, and the only thing that keeps you on the record, is the smell of sulfur," said therefore Glauber Braga, a member of the Social Liberal Party, during the hearing in the lower house up to Sunday's vote.

 

The people are rebelling.

 

One of those who were on the streets and demonstrate in front of the Congress in Brasilia immediately after the vote, was Patricia Santos, a 52-year-old business owner.

 

"I'm happy because I think Dilma will have to go by, but I am also sad that it has come to this and also really worried that the next president may be even worse," she said to the news agency AP.

 

Many others among the 200 million inhabitants of South America's largest country shares the position. They believe that heads must roll among corrupt politicians. But unfortunately for the residents there is no quick fix that can remedy the chaos unfolding in Brazil right now.

 

"Many are accused of corruption in parliament. Therefore, we see a large degree of political alienation in the population. It turns out time and again that many of the politicians are corrupt. Now it was believed just that there were new for that were not so corrupt. But those could we not believe. Therefore, the situation in Brazil right now expression of popular protest. For the people's resentment against the government. But it's actually quite surprising how deeply rooted culture of corruption in Brazil. It makes it hard to change, "says Associate Professor Steen Fryba Christensen from Aalborg University.

 

Anders Hjort, Journalist from the Danish newspaper "Politiken"

Anders Hallundbæk Mortensens oversigt

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Current Owner at Upper Case (www.uppercase.dk)

Frontend Developer at Aarstiderne A/S

Former Frontend Developer at ProActive A / S

eBusiness Manager at Hestbæk Consult

Web Developer at Counterpoint Online

 

Intern at Counterpoint Online

Freelance media designer at Ventus (www.ventus.dk)

Web Developer at Hello Group

Student Assistant, Web Production at Saxo Bank

Student web consultant at Aalborg University, Institute of Architecture & Design

Freelance web designer at kjeldsen.it

 

Management Consultant; born April 21. 1933 in Frederiksberg, Denmark; married 1957 to chemical engineer in Cereal Chemistry Ursula Theresia Lund, b. Thiemann, Düsseldorf, Germany; 3 children.

 

Head of the Bio & Chemistry Division (Ret.), The Nordic Industrial Fund, The Nordic Council of Ministers, Oslo.

 

Inventor of:

 

The Maximum Value Method (MVM) 1957-1976

The Operative Set Theory 1975-1976

The Fifth Competence 1984-1986

Survivor 2000 1986-1989

The Moisture Dynamics Concept 1889-1990

Multicomplex Management (MCM) 2002-2012

Expected Creative Potential (ECP) 2002-2012

 

Biography - Summary in Danish:

 

Wirtschaftsingenieur (Chemie) fra Tyskland. 26 år i den kemiske industri i Danmark og udlandet. Teknologisk doktorgrad i produktudvikling (modsvarende tysk Dr.-Ing.hab.) fra Lunds Universitet. Industrirådets forsknings- og uddannelsespolitiske chefrådgiver for regering og folketing. Rådgiver i produktudviklingsmetodik for en lang række internationale koncerner. Forskning i fugtfysik og byggematerialer ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet. Chef for Nordisk Industrifonds bio- og kemidivision (BCD) og samtidig generalsekretær for NordTek, de 23 nordiske tekniske universiteters organisation for samarbejde med det nordiske erhvervsliv. Medlem af en lang række industrielle og ministerielle udvalg, initierings- og styregrupper. Udvikling af en lang række nye produkter, koncepter, metoder og teknikker.

 

In 2002 Hans Bruno Lund introduced the concept Multicomplex Management (MCM) as a platform for a new series of management concepts and tools, e.g. "Expected Creative Potential (ECP)", designed as personal tools for the CEO of large, multicomplex organizations in addition to the traditional management concepts and tools.

 

Literature:

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Multicomplex Management (MCM)

Version 4

CD-ROM, 678 colored illustrations

Hans Bruno Lund

Skodsborg

Denmark

2012

 

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Hans Bruno Lund

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Contents

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Career

 

01.1 Nordic Industrial Fund (NIF)

01.2 NordTek

01.3 The Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

01.4 Hans Bruno Lund, Management Consultant

01.5 The Confederation of Danish Industries

01.6 De Carlske Fabriker (DCF) (2)

01.7 De Carlske Fabriker (DCF) (1)

 

02 Doctoral degree

03 Education

04 Military

05 School and trainee

06 Social activities

07 Memberships

08 Interests

09 Biographies

 

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Career

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01.1 Nordic Industrial Fund (NIF)

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1991 – 1999 (8 years):

Head of The Nordic Industrial Fund (NIF) Bio & Chemistry Division (BCD) - The Nordic Council of Ministers - Norway.

 

Division REI-activities (Research / Education / Innovation): 5 programmes: NordFood, Nordic Wood, NordPap, NordBio and NordYeast; 748 projects; 6.000 participating private and public companies, institutions, organizations and agencies in 62 countries. BCD connected 180.000 researchers, operators, engineers, technicians and company, organization and agency executives (1998). BCD was - in combination with NordTek (see next section) - the largest industrial and technological REI-network in Northern Europe (Europe north of Bruxelles) connecting 280.000 people (2.600.000 ECP)

 

Bio & Chemistry Division (BCD) employees (parttime / co-financed) 1995: 32.000

 

Bio & Chemistry Division (BCD) achievements:

 

Every inhabitant in the Nordic countries, or more than 24 million people, and many more around the world, are each day consuming or using at least one product, and probably more products, which has been invented or improved through the research, education and innovation activities of the Bio & Chemistry Division (BCD) of the Nordic Industrial Fund under the Nordic Council of Ministers. That is at least 70.000 new and different product-consumer-contacts each minute day and night ! (BCD-Statistics 1998).

 

See:

Flickr, Hans Bruno Lund´s photostream:

"Multicomplex Management (MCM) Picture 1

Organization Structure".

 

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01.2 NordTek

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1993 – 1998 (5 years):

Secretary General of NordTek

The Nordic Industrial Fund - The Nordic Council of Ministers - Norway.

 

NordTek is the organization managing the cooperation of the 23 Nordic technical universities: The Technical University of Denmark*; Aalborg University*; The University of Southern Denmark; the technical universities of Helsinki*; Turku(Åbo)*; Tampere*; Lappeenranta*; Vaasa and Oulu*; The University of Iceland*; The Norwegian University of Science and Technology*; The University of Stavanger*; Chalmers University of Technology*; The Royal Institute of Technology*; Karlstad, Linköping*, Lund*, Mid Sweden, Umeå* and Uppsala* universities; the technical universities of Blekinge and Luleå*; Mälardalens University. *) NordTek-members 1998. NordTek-network 1998: 98.000.

 

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01.3 The Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

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1989 – 1991 (2 years):

Senior Researcher

The Technical University of Denmark - Civil Engineering Department - Building Materials Laboratory.

 

Research area: Moisture Physics. Introduction of the concept “Moisture Dynamics”. Moisture Dynamics broadened the applications of the laws of diffusion set up in 1855 by the German Physicist Adolf Fick and made them applicable to the demands of modern building and packaging materials and other complex products where knowledge in adsorption, diffusion and capillary flow of fluids, vapours and gases are of fundamental importance in the innovation process.

 

Literature:

 

Hansen, Kurt Kielsgaard,

Lund, Hans Bruno

Kopmetoden

The Technical University of Denmark

Department of Civil Engineering

Building Materials Laboratory

1989

 

Hansen, Kurt Kielsgaard,

Lund, Hans Bruno

Water Vapour Transmission

Building Physics in the Nordic Countries

Trondheim

The Technical University of Denmark

Department of Civil Engineering

Building Materials Laboratory

1990

 

Hansen, Kurt Kielsgaard,

Lund, Hans Bruno

Bredahl, Carsten

Gipsplader - Indre struktur og fugtmekaniske egenskaber

Teknisk Rapport 215/90

The Technical University of Denmark

Department of Civil Engineering

Building Materials Laboratory

1990

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Fugtfysik (Moisture Physics)

120 pages, summary in English and German

Teknisk Rapport 215/90

The Technical University of Denmark

Department of Civil Engineering

Building Materials Laboratory

1990

 

The research was supported by: Statens Teknisk-Videnskabelige Forskningsråd STVF (DK); Omnia Fonden (DK); the European Community Bureau of Reference BCR (B); Dansk Standardiseringsråd DS (DK); Byggnadsämnes-IF (FIN); Norges Byggstandardiseringsråd NBR (N); Byggstandardiseringen BST (S) and NORDTEST (FIN).

 

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01.4 Hans Bruno Lund, Management Consultant

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1986 – 1989 (3 years):

Management Consultant

 

Adviser to companies in Denmark and abroad on product-, systems- and organization development e.g. AEG (D); AKU (NL); Akzo (NL); Alaska (DK); Argus(D); BASF(D); Bates(DK); Bayer(D); B&W(DK) ... ... ...

 

Development of the management tool SURVIVOR 2000.

 

Survivor 2000 © is a multipurpose strategic management tool. On just one A4 picture you have all the information you need as a CEO of a large and complex organization for the day to day navigation under all conditions. How are we performing compared to our competitors? Strong and weak positions? What is our biggets problem at the moment? Where shall we go from here? Why? How? … etc. etc.

 

Please contact hansbrunolund@hotmail.com for a free copy of

Survivor 2000 ©.

 

Literature:

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Produktudvikling

Litt.Henvisninger til 80

videnskabelige arbejder

15 pages

Hans Bruno Lund

Hjortekær

1986

 

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01.5 The Confederation of Danish Industries

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1984 – 1986 (2 years):

Chief Adviser Research & Education Politics to the Danish Government and Parliament.

The Confederation of Danish Industries - Industrirådet (Denmark).

 

Committees (C): Confederation of Danish Industries (CDI), Danish Export Association and Danish Commercial Travellers Association C on export education. Ministry of Education (ME) C on job creation programmes. CDI and Danish Employers Confederation (DEC) C on human resources development. ME C on the labour market for candidates with higher education. The Danish Export School C on capacity extension. Ministry of Industry technology development programme C. DEC C on commercial education. ME and Ministry of Labour analysis and forecast C. CDI advisory C on higher education. ME C on promoting young industries. ME C on technology education. ME C on jurisprudence. ME C on export engineering education. ME C on high school subjects in economics and business administration. ME C on high school subjects in technology. CDI education committees related to: The Copenhagen Business School; The Copenhagen School for Laboratory Assistants and Technicians; Copenhagen, Århus and Odense universities.

 

Among the initiatives in this period was the concept / project "The Fifth Competence", which created more than 5.000 new jobs in the Danish industry for until then unemployed university candidates with for the industry untraditional educations / competences e.g. school teachers and librarians.

 

Literature:

 

Uddannelse og efteruddannelse - industriens behov:

resultater fra et rundspørge i industrien, maj 1984

Industrirådet

1984

 

Mangel på eksportfolk

Dansk Industri

1984, nr.9

 

Vi mangler eksportfolk

Sælgeren

11, 1984

 

Knud Larsen - udvalgets

Handlingsplan

for bedre balance på de langvarigt uddannedes arbejdsmarked

Undervisningsministeriet

1985

 

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01.6 De Carlske Fabriker (DCF) (2)

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1968 – 1984 (16 years):

Director

De Carlske Fabriker Brdr. S. & B. Lund (Denmark); see below

 

Also parttime adviser on Education Management to among others the Danish Ministry of Education and the Council of Europe.

 

Literature:

 

Selskabet for Tekniske Uddannelsesspørgsmål STUS

Planlægning og styring af undervisning og uddannelse

(Education Management)

93 pages

Teknisk Forlag

Copenhagen

1971

 

Schlüssel zur Produktentwicklung

VDI-Nachrichten

Düsseldorf

8, 1973

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Organisation

108 pages

Studentlitteratur

Lund, Sweden

1981

 

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01.7 De Carlske Fabriker (DCF) (1)

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1957 – 1968 (11 years):

Production Manager and Chief Chemist

De Carlske Fabriker Brdr. S. & B. Lund (Denmark).

 

DCF was established in 1916. Main products: Wall paper paste (Arabin and Favorit) and industrial adhesives for the following areas and industries: Agriculture; food and beverages; paper and paper products; printing and publishing and foundries. Partner company: Starch Products Ltd., Slough, England. Export: Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East. Responsibility areas: Production, product development, quality management and industrial customers.

 

DCF was the first Gluemanufacturer in Europe (1957-62) to remove and replace all product components which might influence the human health or the environment in a negative way.

 

Harmless salts replaced chromium components, gum arabic replaced plumbum compositions and cellulose fibers were used instread of asbestos just to mention a few examples.

 

This was long before any laws concerning these subjects were effective.

 

Another milestone in this period was the creation of The Maximum Value Method (MVM) which ment a completely new approach to product development methodology (see next section). New products developed using MVM had a Complaint-Index (the amount of customer complaints per 100.000 produced units) being only 1% of the market average for customer complaints for compareable products.

 

The new developed products using MVM had another feature. Normally one or more characteristics of a new-introduced product has to be adjusted and improved after some months on the market. This was never the case when MVM was used as the product development tool. MVM-products were from the very beginning of their lifecircles optimal answers to the expectations of the market.

 

A reason for the above mentioned achievements through MVM was without any doubt, that there was established a very close cooperation between our laboratory and 1 - 3 customers (users of the product to be developed) and from the first day of the product development process.

 

Literature:

 

Nyt byggemateriale der har utraditionelle egenskaber

Bygge Fagene

27, 1965

 

Baumaterial mit untraditionellen Eigenschaften

Bau-Markt

Düsseldorf

35, 1965

 

Ein neues Baumaterial mit unkonventionellen Eigenschaften

Bau-Industrie

Wien

9, 1965

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

The Maximum Value Method (MVM) in Chemical Product Development

Chemical Age of India

Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 117-128

1967

 

Systematisk produktudvikling

Ingeniøren

Årg. 76 (1967) S. 229-32

 

Blev værdianalysen opfundet bag Valby Bakke i året 1957?

Ingeniørens Ugeblad

Ugens samtale

5, 1969

 

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02 Doctoral Degree

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1971 – 1976 (6 years):

Lund University

Mechanical Engineering Department - Machinery Construction -

Product Development Section.

 

Parttime employed at Lund University 1971 - 1976. Doctoral degree: Tekn.Dr. (equivalent to German Dr.-Ing.hab.) 1976.

 

Dissertation:

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Maksimal Værdi Metoden (MVM)

(The Maximum Value Method)

283 pages

summary in Swedish, English and German

publisher: Studentlitteratur

Lund, Sweden

1976

 

Additional papers:

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

MVM-01, MVM-02, ... , MVM-21

607 pages

Lund University

Institutionen för Maskinkonstruktion

1972-75

 

Further Literature:

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Maksimal Værdi Metoden

Lederskab og Lønsomhed

Management Center Lederskab & Lønsomhed

Copenhagen

7 og 8, 1977 – 1 og 2, 1978

 

Lund, Hans Bruno

Maximalvärdemetoden

Ledarskap och Lönsamhet

Institutet för Ledarskap och Lönsamhet

Stockholm

7 och 8, 1977 – 1 och 2, 1978

 

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03 Education

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1954 – 1957 (4 years):

Studies in Germany:

 

Basic education in analytical chemistry at Institut Fresenius, Wiesbaden (now Hochschule Fresenius, Idstein) 1954-55; basic education in industrial chemistry at Institut Dr. Curtaz, Frankfurt a.M. 1955-56; Wirtschaftsgeschichte und Finanzmathematik at Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität, Frankfurt a.M. 1955-56; REFA-Grundlehrgang für Arbeitsstudien, Verband für Arbeitsstudien REFA E.V., München 1956-57; Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen at Oskar-von-Miller-Polytechnikum, München (now Hochschule München) 1956-57.

 

Exam. ChemieLaborant, Frankfurt a.M., 1955

Exam. Arbeits- und Zeitstudientechniker, München, 1957

Dipl.-Ing. (FH), WirtschaftsIngenieur (Chemie), München, 1957

 

Studies and lectures after Germany included:

 

Industrial Organization (Dipl.f.D.L.) and [Operations Research (OR) with support from and in cooperation with Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland OH], Copenhagen, (parttime), 1957 - 1959; guest lectures on OR Optimizing Models at Københavns Maskinteknikum (now Copenhagen University College of Engineering), 1958.

 

Information Technology

Courses and Practice:

 

1999

Copenhagen Business College

Niels Brock:

PcUser

 

1999

Copenhagen Business College

Niels Brock:

European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL)

 

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04 Military

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1952 - 1954 (2 years):

Military service with The Royal Danish Life Guard (private

squad leader).

 

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05 School and trainee

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Realeksamen, Østersøgades Gymnasium, Copenhagen, 1949.

Trainee 1950 - 1951.

 

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06 Social activities

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Parish Council and Lector Sct. Andreas Church, Charlottenlund, Denmark (member); Pater Johannes Leppich Action 365, Denmark (chairman); Council of The Diocese of Copenhagen (first substitute); The Danish Boy Scout Organization: Group Council “Græsserne” (chairman); Division Council “Hertug Knuds Division" (chairman); Region Council Copenhagen Region (member); Corps Council Denmark (member); The Danish Girl Scout Organization: Corps Council Denmark (member); Parish Council Sct. Knud Lavard Church, Lyngby, Denmark (member); others.

 

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07 Memberships

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Verein Deutscher Ingenieure (VDI), Düsseldorf; Danish Management Association, Copenhagen; Verein der Wirtschaftsingenieure, Munich; The Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), London; SCI Paper and Textile Chemicals Group; SCI Plastics and Polymer Group; The Society of Technical Education (STUS), Copenhagen; Skandinavisk Förening för Värdeanalys, Stockholm; The Pedagogical Society, Copenhagen; VDI-Gesellschaft Entwicklung Konstruktion Vertrieb (VDI-EKV), Düsseldorf; SCI Colloid and Surface Chemistry Group, London; SCI Management Group; The Danish Society of Chemical, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineers (DIF), Copenhagen; DIF Chemical Engineers Group; DIF Management Group; DIF Data; Gesellschaft für Technische Biologie und Bionik e.V., Saarbrücken; IDA., Copenhagen; VDI-Gesellschaft Verfahrenstechnik und Chemieingenieurwesen, Düsseldorf; Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Frankfurt a.M.

 

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08 Interests

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Sailing, Skiing, Travelling, History (Business and Chemistry)

 

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09 Biographies

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The Royal Library Portrait Collection, Copenhagen; Marquis Who’s Who in the World; Marquis Who’s Who on the Web; Men of Achievement; International Businessmens Who’s Who; Danske civil- og akademiingeniører; Profiler i Dansk Erhvervsliv; De danske malererhverv.

 

The XAM, #515, UrbanConcept, running on Gasoline, competing for Team H2polit0 - Molecules going hybrid, from Politecnico Di Torino, Torino, Italy ad The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark on the track during day 4 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Sunday, May 18, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

The Urban Two, #608, UrbanConcept, running on Hydrogen, competing for team ENSEM Eco Marathon, from Ensem Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, France, The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, The XAM, #515, UrbanConcept, running on Gasoline, competing for Team H2polit0 - Molecules going hybrid, from Politecnico Di Torino, Torino, Italy and The DTY Dynamo, #501, UrbanConcept, running on Ethanol, competing for team DTU Roadrunners, from Technical University Of Denmark, Kings Lyngby, Denmark on the track during day 4 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Sunday, May 18, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

Research in Medicon Valley 2017

An Analysis of Life Science Research

at Universities in Greater Copenhagen

 

Commissioned and published by: Medicon Valley Alliance.

This analysis has been prepared by Øresundsinstituttet

and was written by Anna Palmehag.

Project manager: Jenny Andersson.

Translation: Justina Bartoli.

Cover photo: Anna Palmehag.

August 2017

 

© Øresundsinstituttet (CC BY 3.0)

www.oresundsinstituttet.org

 

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You are now about to read an MVA analysis titled “Research in Medicon Valley 2017 – An Analysis of Life Science Research at Universities in Greater Copenhagen. This publication is the result of an analysis collaboration between Medicon Valley Alliance and Øresundsinstituttet and as such it is a university focused in-depth follow-up to the more general “State of Medicon Valley 2016 – An Analysis of Life Science in Greater Copenhagen” published in November 2016.

 

Obviously, the volume and quality of universities’ R&D and their interaction with the two other pillars in the region´s life science triple-helix structure, the hospitals/regions and the industry, are of crucial importance for the Medicon Valley life science eco-system.

 

This analysis serves several purposes. Firstly, it introduces a methodology by which we can evaluate the life science research in the region. Secondly, it allows us to identify specific challenges and opportunities, compare them with our point of departure, such as specific areas of excellence and ongoing investments and initiatives. Thirdly, it helps to highlight and emphasize the potential for future regional collaboration and point to strategies and actions that can help catapult the Medicon Valley region from its current status as the strongest life science cluster in the Nordics, but only a second tier life science cluster globally, to a global first-tier life science cluster, which, based on world class excellence in selected areas, can credibly position itself as the leading life science cluster in Northern Europe.

 

Not surprisingly, the life science research is headed by the largest, broadest and most internationally reputed universities in Copenhagen and Lund, but both Malmö University and Roskilde University have created an interdisciplinary image for themselves. When it comes to engineering, the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) stands out in the region, and current investments aimed at strengthening DTU´s profile within life science and bioengineering makes DTU a strong third, when it comes to the importance and impact of the universities for life science related R&D in the Medicon Valley region.

 

This analysis also specifically highlights the potential related to the synchrotron light facility MAX IV, inaugurated in June 2016 and the neutron research facility European Spallation Source (ESS) currently under construction and scheduled to open in 2023. These two truly world class research facilities can not only serve as global-ranging scientific beacons for the Medicon Valley region, but also to some extent improve the Danish-Swedish balance within Medicon Valley, ensure strengthened collaboration and provide an opportunity to promote the life science cluster of the Greater Copenhagen region more consistently and effectively.

 

I hope you will enjoy the reading.

 

Copenhagen and Malmö

17th of August, 2017

 

Petter Hartman

CEO Medicon Valley Alliance

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Around 7 000 researchers at nine learning institutions in Medicon Valley conduct life science research: the University of Copenhagen, Lund University, the Technical University of Denmark, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Alnarp, Malmö University, the National Institute of Public Health/SDU, Roskilde University, Kristianstad University and Aalborg University in Copenhagen. Important research areas in the region are diabetes and metabolic diseases, cancer, neuroscience and stem cell research, biobased applications and biorefinery, plant science and protein research. Some of the many thriving, but less broad, areas of research are genomics and metagenomics, coagulation, sports medicine, chemical ecology and biobarriers.

From an international perspective, Medicon Valley is just a notch below the most successful life science regions, but more specialised and strong niche areas create potential for the region’s universities to become prominent in the global competition for researchers and funding. These niche areas may comprise certain research areas – as the elite research centres at the University of Copenhagen – or an entire university, as in the Swedish University of Agricultural Science in Alnarp.

All the while, expectations are mounting when it comes to the opportunities and potential that the research facilities ESS and MAX IV will bring to life science research.

 

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Detta verk av Øresundsinstituttet är licensierat under en Creative Commons Erkännande 3.0 Unported-licens (CC BY 3.0). Bilden får fritt publiceras under förutsättning att källa anges. .The picture can be used freely under the prerequisite that the source is given. Øresundsinstituttet, Malmö, Sweden.

Øresundsinstituttet är ett oberoende dansk-svenskt kunskapscentrum

 

www.oresundsinstituttet.org

Can't help myself when I see these reflexions, just have to turn it upaide down.

From the southern harbor in Copenhagen, the buildings and connecting bridge of AAU (Aalborg University) and the brick harbor

from my exhibition at "Skråningen", Aalborg university Library...a union of employees do make artexhibitions, buy art and make visits to galleries, museums and anythibng art related for the members of Skråningen....

  

The miniature Aausat satellite undergoes repeated temperature variations in a vacuum chamber, cooling the CubeSat to –10°C and heating it to +45°C for more than two weeks. This harsh baptism will make sure that it can cope with the conditions in space.

 

Aausat is a 10x10x10 cm satellite designed and built by students of the Aalborg University in Denmark. As part of ESA education’s Fly Your Satellite! programme, the satellite will be sent into space and the students are have the chance to test it at ESA’s technical heart, ESTEC, in the Netherlands.

 

The wires trailing from the satellite are to measure temperature and for power – it will fly without the wires and plastic casing.

 

The satellite seen here, Aausat4, will track ships around Greenland using radio identification signals. Its predecessor, Aausat3, is reaching the end of its life after 18 months in space, having received 100 000 signals from ships in the first week alone.

 

Aausat4 features a significant upgrade in software and better-protected solar panels that will deliver more power. ESA’s education programme is supporting Aausat4 testing, and if the satellite confirms its flightworthiness, the Agency will sponsor a launch opportunity.

 

“Aausat4 is run and made by students,” explain Mathias Mølgaard and Kasper Hemme, students from Aalborg University. “The systems are designed inhouse and it has been a great help for completing our thesis.”

 

“ESA Education is offering interesting hands-on programmes to university students,” says Piero Galeone, programme manager for Fly Your Satellite! “Students can participate in space programmes under ESA supervision, and can use state-of-the-art facilities, acquainting themselves with concepts and work practice used by space professionals.”

 

Aausat5 will be a copy of this model, but it will be released into space in 2015 by none other than Danish ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen during his nine-day mission on the International Space Station.

 

Credit: Jari Makinen

Photo: Áslaug

my wife went on a 5 days meeting at the AUC - Aalborg University - I asked her to take some photos to show me how much Ålborg had changed since we lived there 25+ years ago. According to her this was the only change she found. :)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark poses for a portrait during practice day 1 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, May 20, 2015. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

Details of 3D printed parts composing the Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #603, a hydrogen UrbanConcept racing for team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg Øst, Denmark prepare to go through technical inspection during day two of Make the Future London 2016 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Thursday, June 30, 2016 in London, UK. (Jeff Moore for Shell)

Team Aalborg Energy, race number 612, from Aalborg University, Denmark, competing in the UrbanConcept - Hydrogen category competes on day three of Make the Future Live 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday, July 7, 2018, in London. (David Jensen/Shell)

Team Aalborg Energy, race number 612, from Aalborg University, Denmark, competing in the UrbanConcept - Hydrogen category compete on day three of Make the Future Live 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday, July 7, 2018, in London. (Mark Pain/Shell)

Team Aalborg Energy, race number 612, from Aalborg University, Denmark, competing in the UrbanConcept - Hydrogen category on day one of Make the Future Live 2018 at the Queen Olympic Park on Thursday, July 5 2018, in London (Ed Robinson/Shell)

Team Aalborg Energy, race number 602, from Aalborg University, Denmark, competing in the UrbanConcept-Hydrogen category with their vehicle, the Cimbrer II during day five of Shell Make the Future Live 2019 at the Brooklands motor racing circuit, Friday, July 5, 2019, Weybridge, Surrey, UK. (Ed Robinson/Shell)

Team Aalborg Energy, race number 602, from Aalborg University, Denmark, competing in the UrbanConcept-Hydrogen category with their vehicle, the Cimbrer II, celebrate as their score is announced during day three of Shell Make the Future Live 2019 at the Brooklands motor racing circuit, Wednesday, July 3, 2019, Weybridge, Surrey, UK. (Mark Pain/Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark in the paddock during practice day 2 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Thursday, May 21, 2015. (Patrick Post/AP Images for Shell)

Sumbiophilia is an association that investigates how it is possible for humans, nature, and technology to exist in a mutually beneficial manner.

The association takes its departure in an investigation of an abandoned area by Limfjorden in Northern Jutland through artistic experiments and explorations.

Sumbiophilia aspires to find novel ways for humans to live with nature, moving away from the existing perception of how we organize our existence. We hope that our work will inspire you to join us in the exploration and encourage further investigation at other sites around the world.

 

credit: Stefan Engelbrecht

The Al Gazzal, #525, UrbanConcept, running on GTL, competing for team Maroon Platoon, from Texas A&M University at Qatar, Doha, Qatar and The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark on the track during day 4 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Sunday, May 18, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark on the track during day 4 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Sunday, May 18, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark, on the track during competition day two of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Saturday, May 23, 2015. (Marcel Van Hoorn/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark during competition day two of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Saturday, May 23, 2015. (Patrick Post/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark on the track during practice day 2 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Thursday, May 21, 2015. (Ermindo Armino/AP Images for Shell)

The university library is a very pleasamt place...airy and full of light and the employees are nice and very service minded....and it is a nice and quiet place where people study....nice furniture....the university was build in the beginiining og the 1970´s so it is architecture from that time....but actually it feels not out of time at all, but both very functional and aesthetically pleasant....

Tthe Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

Seeds10110100 is a sound reactive generative art installation consisting of ecologies living together as a community, mimicking a living organism through light. They organize their community through interaction with the surroundings and according to a set of rules. The artwork changes its behaviour depending on the level of interaction, seeking to demonstrate the continuous exchange of information between systems is a sound reactive generative art installation consisting of ecologies living together as a community, mimicking a living organism through light.

 

credit: Christine Hvidt

The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ermindo Armino/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark is worked on in the paddock during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

Details of 3D printed parts composing the Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 1 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Thursday, May 15, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark is worked on in the paddock during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

Details of 3D printed parts composing the Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

Details of 3D printed parts composing the Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark receives their 3rd place award for UrbanConcept Hydrogen Fuel Cell Award on the final day of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, May 24, 2015. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark is worked on in the paddock during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

The 3D printer used to make parts for the Cimbrer, #611, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark during day 3 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ronny Rozenberg/AP Images for Shell)

Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg Øst, Denmark, pose for a team portrait at Make the Future 2016 on Friday, July 1, 2016 in London, UK. (Shell)

Skin is a morphing of old techniques and digital technology. It addresses the use and effect of modern technology by transforming insensible transmissions into a vibrotactile embodied experience. Skin uncovered to what extent transmissions surrounds us, when stepping into the digital world, first encounters are left with an unsettling feeling of being surrounded in this new unknown territory. We lack the proper tools to get a human understanding, but with Skin our sensory apparatus is equipped.

 

credit: Stefan Engelbrecht Nielsen

Emacs!

 

Media Advisory

 

UPDATED INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS LIST:

Get ready for the Community Power Conference 2010

Join Ontario's largest annual gathering of

Community Power producers, proponents and supporters

 

The Community Power Conference 2010 is hosted by

the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association

(OSEA). Together with the Power Networking

Centre trade show, the conference attracts

industry regulators, commercial and community

power generators, farmers and First Nation and Métis delegations.

 

The conference offers two full days of meeting

and learning from community power experts, while

the trade show displays the latest innovations in

power generation technologies and services.

 

WHEN AND WHAT:

- November 14, 2010 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.)

The Green Connection opening reception

co-organized with Green Enterprise Ontario (GEO)

- November 15-16, 2010 (7:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.)

Second Annual Community Power Conference

- November 16 - 17, 2010 (9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)

Power Networking Centre trade show

co-organized with the Association of Power Producers of Ontario (APPrO)

- November 15, 2010 (7:00 -9:30 pm)

Presentation of Community Power Awards.

 

WHERE:

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 700 and 800 Level

222 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON Canada

 

This year, conference organizers have attracted

the following Ontario-wide and international

experts to speak at seminars and share their thoughts.

 

Speakers from Ontario include:

- Colin Anderson, Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Power Authority

- The Honourable Brad Duguid, Ontario Minister of Energy

- Gord Miller, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario

- Tom Rand, Advisory and Practice Lead of Cleantech, MaRS

- Michael Lyle, Vice President, Legal,

Aboriginal and Regulatory Affairs, Ontario Power Authority

- Don McCabe, Vice President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

- Jennifer Green, Executive Coordinator,

Agrienergy Producers' Association of Ontario

- Donna Cansfield, MPP and Parliamentary

Assistant to the Ontario Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing

 

UPDATED: International speakers include:

- Shaun Chapman, Vote Solar, United States

- Mary Dougherty, Embark, Australia

- Paul Gipe, Author, Advocate and Renewable

Energy Industry Analyst, United States

- Stefan Gsaenger, WWEA, Germany

- Henning Holst, Ingenieurbüro Henning Holst, Germany

- Frede Hvelplund, Aalborg University, Denmark

- Tetsunari Iida, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies, Japan

- Johan Lewin, Seeland Development Trust, South Africa

- Preben, Maegaard, Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, Denmark

- Miguel Mendoça, World Future Council, United Kingdom

- Fabio Rosa, IDEAAS, Brazil

 

The full list of speakers and their biographies can be found at:

cpconference.ca/Page.asp?PageID=924&SiteNodeID=385

 

For further details, please visit: www.cpconference.ca

The conference schedule can be found at:

www.cpconference.ca/Page.asp?PageID=861&SiteNodeID=384

To register for the conference, please visit:

registration.cpconference.ca

 

For more information or to schedule interviews

with any of the speakers above, please contact:

Maria Leung, Environmental Communication Options,

mleung@ecostrategy.ca OR 416-972-7401

 

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OSEA works to initiate, facilitate and support

the work of local sustainable energy organizations through

membership services, province wide capacity

building and non-partisan policy work. They work

to catalyze the efforts of community organizers

and raise awareness of the benefits of community

power and renewable energy through various

communication channels and by offering a variety

of workshops and guidebooks on topics.

The Cimbrer, #611, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, competing for Team Aalborg Energy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark is pushed back during a practice run on the track on day 1 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2014, Thursday, May 14, 2014, at the Ahoy Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Ermindo Armino/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark poses for a portrait during practice day 1 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, May 20, 2015. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

The Cimbrer, #602, hydrogen UrbanConcept, competing for Team Aalborg Energy from Aalborg University, Aalborg ost, Denmark poses for a portrait during practice day 1 of the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, May 20, 2015. (Jiri Buller/AP Images for Shell)

Suono Specchio (lit. Sound/Play Mirror) is an interactive sound installation that explores the use of the face as a possible interface for musical expression. The installation consists of a one-way mirror with which the user interacts by gesticulating. Facial gestures are mapped to specific musical and poetic elements that are played back to the user through headphones or speakers.

 

credit: Ina Čiumakova, Rodrigo Guzman S., Stefan Palitov

Showcases from my exhibition at Skråningen", Aalborg university library...."Skråningen" is a union of employees from the university, who make art-exibitions at the university and buy art and make visits to galleries, museums and other things art related for the members of the union...se more:

www.skraaningen.aau.dk/

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