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Alfa Laval and AAU sign agreement

Alfa Laval and AAU sign agreement

09-07-2015 12:00:00


Alfa Laval Aalborg A/S and Aalborg University have signed a strategic cooperation agreement, which means a comprehensive framework for cooperation between the university and Alfa Laval will be created. This will involve increasing the resolution rate and intensity of activities between the parties

"This agreement helps to ensure that Alfa Laval is at the forefront in terms of research and development, and so we ensure also that Alfa Laval becomes part of the university students' consciousness. It is crucial for us as a company, to attract highly skilled workers in order to maintain the position we have in the market," says Lars Skytte Jørgensen, Vice President of Alfa Laval Aalborg.

The aim of the agreement is the creation of additional activities both in the research and educational fields. The agreement thus focus on the establishment of both PhD and postdoctoral projects, not least on student projects where the use of Alfa Laval's new training and testing center in Aalborg will be a great asset to the university researchers and students.

"At Aalborg University we are pleased with the agreement, which in the future can help to ensure our graduates jobs nearby," says headmaster Per Michael Johansen.

The agreement between Aalborg University and Alfa Laval stretches for three years.

Source: Alfa Laval / Maritime Denmark


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