With a total grant of DKK 17.7 million, the Independent Research Fund Denmark has selected three AAU researchers for its prestigious research leader programme, Sapere Aude, targeted at supporting the original ideas and ambitions of younger researchers at Danish universities.
Associate Professor Christian Ydesen from the Department of Learning and Philosophy and Professor Katja Hose and Professor Bin Yang from the Department of Computer Science now has the opportunity of leading their own research teams and conducting research at the highest international level that will impact the future.
The three AAU researchers has received a grant of DKK 5.9 million each. Associate Professor Christian Ydesen from the Department of Learning and Philosophy will use his grant on a research project on access to education in the intersection between testing and inclusion. In her research project, Professor Katja Hose will focus on developing breakthrough technologies to establish a reliable Web of Data, while Professor Bin Yang's research project is about making transportation greener and more efficient by using artificial intelligence.
Learn more about the three researchers and their projects:
- Making the vision of a reliable Web of Data become a reality
- Data analytics and machine learning on massive trajectory data for greener and more efficient transportation
- Access to Education between the Testing and Inclusion agendas
The Sapere Aude programme
This year, the Independent Research Fund Denmark has selected a total of 34 researchers from Danish universities to receive grants under the Sapere Aude programme.
Source: Independent Research Fund Denmark (www.dff.dk/en)
Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan, Independent Research Fund Denmark