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2019.02.28 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Computer Science at AU is ranked #1 in Denmark!

We are proud to announce that QS World University Rankings has ranked the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University as the number 1 Danish Computer Science Department in their 2019 listing. The department is ranked in top 100-150 in the world with a Danish top score on all 4 parameters measured. Overall, Aarhus University is ranked no.…

2019.02.20 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Student review: Why study computer science in Aarhus?

Meet three international students studying Computer Science at Aarhus University to get their perspective: Patrick Lewandowski from Germany (Masters), Maximilian Scheid from Germany (Masters) and Joao Belo from Portugal (Masters and PhD). The trio concur that the strong academic reputation of the Computer Science department is the main reason they…

2019.02.19 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

New digital society for young girls

DigiPippi is a social and digital society for girls aged 7-13 who are interested in technology, IT and digital media. Five Wednesdays, starting tomorrow, the group of girls will visit the department to learn more about IT. The girls will be taught by female role models who either study or work in IT.

Henrik Wann Jensen, Photo: private

2019.02.07 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Henrik Wann Jensen new Honorary Professor

Henrik Wann Jensen has just been appointed Honorary Professor at the Department of Computer Science. Henrik Wann Jensen is an international leading researcher within Computer Graphics. He is, among other things, known for global illumination, photon mapping, and subsurface scattering, methods, which are used for rendering photo-realistic scenes…

Søren Grum, Kristian Emil Larsen and Rasmus Skovdal from Relion

2019.02.06 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

InnoFounder to Relion

CONGRATULATIONS to Søren Grum, Kristian Emil Larsen, Jacob Crawford and Rasmus Skovdal aka Relion who has received 645.000 kr. from Innovation Fund Denmark’s InnoFounder programme as one of only 21 selected startups.

2019.02.01 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Opening of Concordium Blockchain Research Center Aarhus

The Concordium Blockchain Research Centre at Aarhus University opens on 1 February 2019. The centre will be researching into blockchain technology, with focus on security, transparency and general usability. The Concordium Foundation is donating funding of DKK 50 million (EUR 6.6 million) over five years.

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