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28.11.2016 | CS frontpage, Private and public companies, Featured, Media coverage, Public/media

Student incubator ”Hatch It Lab” in trendsonline.dk

Hatch It Lab, the experimental innovation lab and incubator environment based in Department of Computer Science, are mentioned in the largest Danish startup-site trendsonline.dk (article in Danish). Hatch It Lab is open for all students in IT City Katrinebjerg, and is closely linked to the IT research and educational facilities at Aarhus…

24.11.2016 | CS frontpage, Research news, Featured, Public/media, Private and public companies

Hatch It Lab startup Ceptu: ”Agro tech is exploding”

Earlier this year, Ceptu’s ”FieldSense” app became part of Danish Space Strategy launched by the Ministry of Higher Education. FieldSense provides easy crop monitoring using satellite technologies for farmers. Yet according to Ceptu, currently based in Hatch IT Lab at Department of Computer Science, FieldSense is just the beginning of a new dawn…

21.11.2016 | CS frontpage, Featured, Private and public companies, Public/media, Knowledge exchange, Research news

Brainnovation Day: “Smart Products - IoT and Big Data"

Prepare your company for the future: Participate in Brainnovation Day at January 19th and gain insight on how businesses combine with IT research for the smart products of tomorrow.

17.11.2016 | CS frontpage, Featured, Private and public companies, Public/media, Students, Media coverage

AUHack ready again for March 2017

Around 200 students, from all over the world, are expected to visit IT City Katrinebjerg when the second edition of "AUHack” - Aarhus University’s largest hackathon - takes place from March 31st to April 2nd 2017. During 36 hours of hacking, students interested in IT development and IT design will meet and collaborate intensively to…

14.11.2016 | Public/media, CS frontpage, Featured, Media coverage, People , Future students, Alumni

Student Entrepreneurship: Cover story of student startup "Appdictive"

Three former students in IT Product Development - Tobias Alrøe, Jesper Rasmussen and Rune Haugaard - are the creative minds behind the startup ”Appdictive". The company, that started as a hobby in 2013, are now developing android apps to a large number of customers in the manufacturing, healthcare and entertainment sectors. While the original…

09.11.2016 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, Private and public companies, People , Research news

Three PhD-students complete their studies at Department of Computer Science

Congratulations to Allan Stisen, Mads Møller Jensen and Carsten Baum. Recently, each of the three (now formerly) PhD students defended their PhD and concluded their research in three very different research areas: ”How smartphones can help hospital orderlies to coordinate”, ”Interactive Systems and Games for Sports Training" and ”Secure Multiparty…

02.11.2016 | CS frontpage, Featured, MADALGO , Public/media, Awards, People

Professor Lars Arge is new Secretary General of the Royal Danish Academy of Science and Letters

Lars Arge, Professor in Computer Science at Aarhus University and Director of the Danish National Research Foundation Center for Massive Data Algorithmics (MADALGO), has been appointed new Secretary General of the Royal Danish Academy of Science and Letters as of October 27th 2016.

26.10.2016 | CS frontpage, Public/media, Featured, Research news

Large FET Open grant to "Project Levitate"

Associate professor Jörg Müller has been funded for the research project ”Levitation with localised tactile and audio feedback for mid-air interactions” by the FET Open Program of the European Union.

20.10.2016 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, Students, Private and public companies, Education news

Let’s get practical: Summer School gives IT-students insight to work life

This summer, IT-students Mark, Rasmus and Christian - currently studying IT Product Development at Department of Computer Science - participated in "Code Academy": A bootcamp giving IT students practical insight in technologies such as “git” within the business area "Continuous Delivery". See their verdict on the bootcamp here…

10.10.2016 | Public/media, Awards, CS frontpage, Featured

71 participants at “DM i programmering” in Aarhus

Congratulations to "Beyond Ballmer's Peak feat. Freksen" who won the preliminary round of "DM in programming" this weekend. “DM i programmering” is an annual programming contest held at Department of Computer Science and sponsored by Netcompany. Congratulations to the winning team (who will compete in the Danish Finals aginst winners from Aalborg…

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