Computer Science Day 2016

Computer Science Day

Peter Bøgh Andersen Auditorium

Tuesday, May 31 13:15 - 15:10

10 minutes to introduce your research. This is the concept of The Computer Science Day which is held in 5335-016 Peter Bøgh Auditorium, Tuesday May 31.

Computer Science day is a way to provide information about what happens at the department’s research areas and in a tightly scheduled two hours program the attendants will be introduced to the research fields at Computer Science. The Computer Science Day is thus a unique opportunity for anybody with an interest in computer science and IT to get a full view of the broad range of impressive computer science research performed in Aarhus. 

Computer Science Day is open to all. Both students, alumni, staff and other interested people are invited to come and get a unique insight into the research at the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University


13:15-13:30  Welcome and the election of this year's Teacher of the Year, TA of the Year and Student of the Year.

13:30-15:00  9 x talks:

  • Computer-Mediated Activity (by Henrik Korsgaard)
  • Use, Design and Innovation (by Morten Kyng)
  • Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction (by Kaj Grønbæk)
  • Data-Intensive Systems (Manuel Ciosici)
  • Cryptography and Security (by Irene Giacomelli)
  • Logic and Semantics (by Kristoffer Just Andersen)
  • Programming Languages (TBA)
  • Algorithms and Data Structures (by Kasper Green Larsen)
  • Bioinformatics (by Asger Bachman)