Kvinde blandt computermus og mænd

2016.04.29 | Featured, Media coverage, CS frontpage, Public/media, Staff, Students, Private and public companies

Popular IT career day at Katrinebjerg

Usually, it is the students who want to impress a future employer at career fairs. But at Aarhus University’s IT career day is just the opposite. Here the companies attend to make themselves attractive to the students. Read full article in Danish.

2016.04.20 | Featured, CS frontpage, Public/media

Professor Ivan Damgaard, computer scientist - among other things

On the occasion of his 60th birthday Professor Ivan Damgaard gave an interview to Jyllands Posten where he talked about his diverse passions for IT security, Danish traditional music and life in general.

2016.04.19 | People , CS frontpage, Featured, Students, Staff, Public/media

Two teams reach the finals at Nordic Game Jam 2016

The department was well represented at Nordic Game Jam 2016, where two teams made it to the finals at Imperial Theatre in Copenhagen. One team consisted of 4 PhD students from the Logic and Semantics research group, and the other team was two first year students in DAT3 who had teamed up with a sound designer. Congratulations to both teams!

2016.04.14 | CS frontpage, Featured, Awards, Alumni, Future students, Staff, Students, Public/media

ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award for Esben Andreasen and Anders Møller

The article "Feedback-Directed Instrumentation for Deployed JavaScript Applications" has been selected to receive an ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award. From the CASA team Esben Andreasen and Anders Møller have co-authored the publication.

2016.04.07 | CS frontpage, People , Public/media, Staff, Students, Featured

Lars Birkedal now member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Letters

Lars Birkedal has been elected as member of The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, in "the science class" (den naturvidenskabelige klasse)". The committee works to strengthen the position of science in Denmark, and in particular to promote basic research and the interdisciplinary understanding hereof. See the full list of new…

2016.03.18 | CS frontpage, People , Research news, Featured, Public/media, Staff, Students, Alumni, Awards

Villum Foundation supports new project on Guarded Homotopy Type Theory

Professor Lars Birkedal has received 3.3 Mkr from the Villum Foundation in support of a research project on Guarded Homotopy Type Theory.  The goal of the project is to develop new theories for and prototypes of proof assistants, which can be used within both mathematics and computer science.  The project will fund co-applicant visiting…

2016.03.09 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Researcher talent gets 6.6 million to demonstrate that certain algorithms do not exist

With five million DKK from the Villum Foundation and 1.64 million DKK from Aarhus University Research Foundation Assistant Professor Kasper Green Larsen from Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University can put together a group that is to try to crack the nut on how quickly you can search, calculate and analyze huge data volumes.

2016.03.08 | CTIC, CS frontpage, CFEM , Featured, Public/media

Theory and Practice of Secure Multiparty Computation

From May 30 to June 3, 2016, CFEM and CTIC are hosting a workshop on the theory and practice of MPC, bringing together experts in all aspects of the subject. The workshop is open for all participants but the target audience is PhD students, postdocs and faculty members.

2016.02.25 | People , CFEM , CTIC, Featured, Staff event, Seminar, Conference, Staff, Public/media, Alumni

Symposium on the Work of Ivan Damgård

Ivan Damgård is Denmark's Godfather of cryptography! Ivan's research has made a major impact on the crypto scene worldwide, making him one of the most prolific and influential authors in the cryptographic research community. This 2-day symposium will be covering all aspects of modern cryptography to celebrate the work of Ivan Damgård on account of…

2016.02.12 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Research centre will add innovation using Big Data

Department of Computer Science creates together with a number of universities and corporate partners a new large data-driven research centre, DABAI to add innovation to the society using Big Data financed by Innovation Fund Denmark.

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2016.04.29 | Featured, Media coverage, CS frontpage, Public/media, Staff, Students, Private and public companies

Popular IT career day at Katrinebjerg

Usually, it is the students who want to impress a future employer at career fairs. But at Aarhus University’s IT career day is just the opposite. Here the companies attend to make themselves attractive to the students. Read full article in Danish.

2016.04.20 | Featured, CS frontpage, Public/media

Professor Ivan Damgaard, computer scientist - among other things

On the occasion of his 60th birthday Professor Ivan Damgaard gave an interview to Jyllands Posten where he talked about his diverse passions for IT security, Danish traditional music and life in general.

2016.04.19 | People , CS frontpage, Featured, Students, Staff, Public/media

Two teams reach the finals at Nordic Game Jam 2016

The department was well represented at Nordic Game Jam 2016, where two teams made it to the finals at Imperial Theatre in Copenhagen. One team consisted of 4 PhD students from the Logic and Semantics research group, and the other team was two first year students in DAT3 who had teamed up with a sound designer. Congratulations to both teams!

2016.04.14 | CS frontpage, Featured, Awards, Alumni, Future students, Staff, Students, Public/media

ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award for Esben Andreasen and Anders Møller

The article "Feedback-Directed Instrumentation for Deployed JavaScript Applications" has been selected to receive an ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award. From the CASA team Esben Andreasen and Anders Møller have co-authored the publication.

2016.04.07 | CS frontpage, People , Public/media, Staff, Students, Featured

Lars Birkedal now member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Letters

Lars Birkedal has been elected as member of The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, in "the science class" (den naturvidenskabelige klasse)". The committee works to strengthen the position of science in Denmark, and in particular to promote basic research and the interdisciplinary understanding hereof. See the full list of new…

2016.04.05 | Staff

DHL stafet 2016

The university is once again participating in the annual DHL Race (DHL Stafet) taking place August 18th at Mindeparken. It’s a fun and active thing to do together as colleagues regardless if your racing for competition or on a more ‘hyggelig’ basis J The DHL race gathers more than 47.000 people over three individual running days, all participating…

2016.03.18 | CS frontpage, People , Research news, Featured, Public/media, Staff, Students, Alumni, Awards

Villum Foundation supports new project on Guarded Homotopy Type Theory

Professor Lars Birkedal has received 3.3 Mkr from the Villum Foundation in support of a research project on Guarded Homotopy Type Theory.  The goal of the project is to develop new theories for and prototypes of proof assistants, which can be used within both mathematics and computer science.  The project will fund co-applicant visiting…

2016.03.09 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Researcher talent gets 6.6 million to demonstrate that certain algorithms do not exist

With five million DKK from the Villum Foundation and 1.64 million DKK from Aarhus University Research Foundation Assistant Professor Kasper Green Larsen from Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University can put together a group that is to try to crack the nut on how quickly you can search, calculate and analyze huge data volumes.

2016.03.08 | CTIC, CS frontpage, CFEM , Featured, Public/media

Theory and Practice of Secure Multiparty Computation

From May 30 to June 3, 2016, CFEM and CTIC are hosting a workshop on the theory and practice of MPC, bringing together experts in all aspects of the subject. The workshop is open for all participants but the target audience is PhD students, postdocs and faculty members.

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