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2017.04.27 | Featured, CS frontpage, Public/media

ERC Advanced Grant awarded to Susanne Bødker

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a grant of between EUR 2 and 2.5 million to Professor Susanne Bødker, Department of Computer Science, to strengthen her ground-breaking research in user interfaces for complex human use of computers.

Photo: TU Eindhoven / Bart van Overbeeke

2017.04.18 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Lars Arge conferred a honorary doctorate at TU Eindhoven

On Thurday April 20 Professor Lars Arge from Aarhus University receives a honorary doctorate at TU Eindhoven

2017.04.18 | Awards, CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

2017 Google PhD Fellowship to Christoffer Quist Adamsen

Congratulations to PhD student Christoffer Quist Adamsen from the Programming Languages research group on receiving the 2017 Google PhD fellowship. 33 promising PhD students from North America, Europe and the Middle East have been nominated for the Google fellowship. Google created the PhD Fellowship program in 2009 to recognize and support…

2017.04.08 | CS frontpage, Featured, Private and public companies, Public/media

600 students visited Katrinebjerg Karrieredag 2017

All 240 seats were snapped up in the Peter Bøgh Auditorium in the IT City Katrinebjerg friday, as Aarhus University hosted the 2017-edition of Katrinebjerg Career Day.

Professor Lars Arge, Dept. of Computer Science, presents his research on Efficient Algorithms for Flood Risk Analysis, at the annual DABAI conference.

2017.04.06 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Well attended annual DABAI conference on Data Science DK

On March 29, more than 200 participants from industry, universities and private and public organisations attended the annual DABAI conference on Data Science DK. DABAI (DAnish Center for Big Data Analytics driven Innovation) was launched by the Innovation Fund Denmark in May 2016.

2017.04.03 | CS frontpage, Featured, Private and public companies, Public/media, Students

Photos from AUHack 2017

After 36 hours of networking, iteration and fun AUHack 2017 concluded sunday April 2. Almost 240 participants from all over the world took part in this years largest hackaton at Aarhus University, all organized by volunteer students from the IT city Katrinebjerg. Selected highlights from AUHack 2017 available here. More information on AUHack…

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