Vestas aircoil R&D in the press.
Read about the many facets of our R&D.
What lessons can we take from the InDEStruct project, which aims to bridge the gap between academia and industry to benefit industrial knowledge, innovation and employment opportunities? What significance did the project hold for Vestas aircoil A/S? Claus H. Ibsen, PhD, Group R&D Director, provides the answers.
Open Access Government interviews Claus H. Ibsen, PhD, the Group R&D Director at Vestas aircoil A/S, and Professor Atul Bhaskar from the University of Sheffield on composite covers, ceramic 3D printing, and more, in their experimentation to make their products more sustainable.
Article: Vestas Aircoil: Key insights from successfully bridging the gap between academia and industry
Open Access Government engages in a conversation with Kevin Jose, a recently graduated PhD student who concluded his research and successfully defended his thesis at the University of Southampton. In this interview, Kevin shares his insights on transitioning from academia to industry.
Claus H. Ibsen, the Group R&D Director at Vestas aircoil A/S, and Professor Atul Bhaskar from the University of Southampton discuss their collaboration and funding in their Horizon Europe project on structural vibration
Vestas Aircoil A/S delve into their transformation from a blacksmith company to a company making its decisions on knowledge-based technology
eBook: Bridging the gap between academic research and industrial application in the perspective of industry 4.0
The development of heat exchangers in a collaborative environment together with high ranking Universities as for example University of Southampton.
Open Access Government interviews members of the team of the InDEStruct project, a Horizon 2020 project which works toward inter-disciplinary design approaches for advanced heat transfer systems.
With our projects we aim to make it into deployment much more quickly though it is not necessarily easy.
The development of high-performance heat exchangers poses a set of complex engineering challenges that the InDEStruct project is looking to overcome.
According to Claus Ibsen and Karl Brian Nielsen at Vestas aircoil, closing the industrial-academic gap is the future of innovation
“Good is not good enough when better is expected”. A quote that may very well apply for Atul Singh (29) from India
If – for some reason – you want to know when any given component will eventually fail or break down Khandokar Abu Talha (26) from Bangladesh is a young expert you should consider paying a visit.
”I was born and raised not far from New Delhi… a giant metropolis with 22 million people. I also lived in New York with a population of 8 million.…
“Arriving in January was… Well, how can I phrase it? It was cold and dark! But for me positive as well. Coming to Denmark I was surprised by the…
The InDEStruct project (Integrated Design of Engineering Studies) seeks to advance heat exchanger technology by creating novel structural concepts…