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CL Windcon

CL Windcon

The project will address advanced modeling, open- and closed-loop control algorithms at a farm level, by treating the entire wind farm as a comprehensive real-time optimization problem.

 

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Predict

The aim of the proposed project is to combine the expertise from AAU in guidance and navigation of drones, and in obstacle detection and avoidance systems with the expertise of DTU Compute on time-predictable multicore processors and programming of multicore processors.

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WallMoBot

The aim of the WallMoBot project is to develop a wall-mounting robot that alleviates heavy lifts from construction sites. The project will employ physical human-robot interaction for controlling the robot.

 

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SPIR – Patient@home

SPIR – Patient@home

The Patient@home project aims at improving the health sector through technology-supported treatment, monitoring and rehabilitation in the patient’s own home – before, during and after hospitalization.

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Exo-Aider

The aim of the Exo-Aider project is to develop a lightweight upper-body exoskeleton for elderlies and  individuals with physical disabilities.

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SPIR – Platform for Future Production

SPIR – Platform for Future Production

The overall research ambitions of this project have been formulated based on three business functionalities identified as central to the future competitiveness of Danish industry: rapid product & production development, model-based production and complexity management.

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CodeMe

The CodeMe project establishes theoretical foundations for analysis and control of polynomial dynamical systems, and develops scalable numerical method for the generation of certificates of positivity. The methods are applied to Lyapunov stability analysis and safety verification.

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