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2018.08.31 | CS frontpage, People , Public/media, Featured

New Head of Department

We are happy to announce that Kaj Grønbæk has accepted an offer from the Dean to become Head of Department at Computer Science from September 1. Kaj will be heading the department through the next six years including the radical expansion planned in the agreed Digitalization Effort. Congratulations to Kaj and thank you to Kurt Jensen, Susanne…

2018.08.29 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Meet four new students and learn about their expectations

On August 27, the department welcomed 234 new students, who will be studying either IT Product Development or Computer Science. During their intro days, we talked to four of them about their expectations for the next three-five years.

2018.08.27 | Public/media, CS frontpage, Featured, People

The department welcomes 234 new bachelor students

On Wednesday, the Department of Computer Science welcomed 234 new students. For the next three years, they will be studying either IT Product development or Computer Science. Two degrees that are in high demand on the job market, which welcomes them with open arms; ”I am delighted, that so many students have chosen an it-education. It taps into a…

2018.08.24 | CS frontpage, Featured, People , Public/media

Get to know (more about) Lars Birkedal

in connection with receiving his ACM Fellow diploma this summer, ACM completed an interview with Lars Birkedal. Read the interview to find out how Lars became interested in logic and semantics and which new research - he believes - will be especially relevant for cybersecurity.

2018.08.22 | Awards, CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, MADALGO

Best paper award to Jesper Buus Nielsen and Kasper Green Larsen

At the Crypto 2018 conference in Santa Barbara, Jesper Buus Nielsen and Kasper Green Larsen recived the best paper award for their paper "Yes, There is an Oblivious RAM Lower Bound". Click on the link to read the paper. Congratulations!

2018.08.14 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, People

ERC Starting Grant for research in next level cryptographic protocols

Congratulations to Associate Professor Claudio Orlandi who has received an ERC starting grant worth €1.5M for research into private and efficient secure multiparty computation (MPC).

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