2016.09.30 | CS frontpage, Featured, PIT , Public/media
To celebrate Susanne Bødker, the Department of Computer Science hosts a symposium on October 14 entitled "Theories and/or/for/with/of Practices in Human-Computer Interaction".
2016.09.30 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, Private and public companies, Students, Alumni, Future students, Staff, News from the management
Next friday, October 7th 2016, Program Manager at Microsoft Mads Torgersen visits Department of Computer Science to do a distinguished talk about the evolution of the C# language. Mads Torgersen is also a former Associate Professor and PhD at Department of Computer Science, where he graduated as MSc in 1998. We asked the former Associate Professor…
2016.09.27 | CS frontpage, Awards, Featured, CFEM , Public/media
Kristoffer Arnsfelt Hansen, Rasmus Ibsen-Jensen and Michal Koucký received the best paper award at the 9th International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory (SAGT) for their paper “The Big Match in Small Space”. Congratulations!
2016.09.23 | CS frontpage, CTIC, Public/media, Private and public companies, People , Featured
Professor Ivan Damgaard has been awarded the honourable Order of the Dannebrog by HM Queen Margrethe II.
2016.09.22 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media
Saturday October 1st the Department of Computer Science will host the annual Danish qualification rounds of the World Robot Olympiad 2016. About 125 High School students will compete in three categories (Regular, Open and Advanced Robotics Challenge) for a place in the International finals in New Delhi, India, November 25th -27th. The event is…
2016.09.22 | Media coverage, Featured, CS frontpage, Public/media
In the newly released Higher Education World University Rankings by the The Times, Aarhus University moves into the top 100 (as number 98) and becomes the best university in Denmark.
2016.09.20 | CS frontpage, News from the management, People , Featured, Staff, Public/media
Eve Hoggan, 34, is employed as a new associate professor at Department of Computer Science. She will also take part in Center for Participatory IT (PIT).
2016.09.16 | Featured, CS frontpage, News from the management, People , Research news, Private and public companies, Public/media, MADALGO
In the last two months several new PhD students have enrolled at Department of Computer Science. In the next couple of years, they will undertake research in research areas such as “Algorithms and Data Structures”, “Computer Mediated Activity” and “Cryptography and Security” - just to name a few.
2016.09.14 | CS frontpage, News from the management, Knowledge exchange, Featured, Alumni, Private and public companies, Public/media
Stay updated with selected news, events, research-projects, presentations and academic activities at Deparment of Computer Science in our new LinkedIn group.
2016.09.13 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media
Mads Møller Jensen, former PhD student now postdoc at CS, is among eight researchers who will have just four minutes to persuade the audience that he is the best to communicate his research at the Hearts & Mind festival on Saturday, September 24, 19:00-22:00, at KaserneScenen.
2016.09.09 | Featured, CS frontpage, Education news, News from the management, Students, Public/media
Congratulations to student Cecilie Callesen for coming up with the best name!
2016.09.07 | CS frontpage, Research news, Public/media, Featured
Knowledge for the weekend: Ten years ago, Frandsen and Schwartzbach devised a scoring strategy for multiple-choice exams that credits partial knowledge and levels out guessing.
2016.09.06 | Featured, CS frontpage, Public/media
Associate professor Claudio Orlandi has been granted 3,5 mil DKK from the EU Framework Programme, Horizon 2020 for a project called SODA (Scalable Oblivious Data Analytics). The project will be in collaboration between Philips Research, Eindhoven University of Technology, AU, Göttingen University and the Alexandra Institute.
2016.09.01 | CS frontpage, Future students, Public/media, Education news, News from the management, Featured, Students, Private and public companies
As many as 490 applied for the two bachelor programmes at Department of Computer Science this year – a rise in applications of 8,4 percent.
2016.08.23 | Conference, CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media
Massive Data, Cloud Computing, Transportation Modelling, Approximation, Online Algorithms… there’s hardly any theme relating to Algorithms and Data Structures, that will not be covered at ALGO 2016, making it the number one go-to algorithms conference in Europe this year.
2016.08.19 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media
This week, 220 international guests from universities around the world visited Department of Computer Science as part of the 14th Participatory Design Conference. The theme for the conference were ‘Participation in an era of Participation’, and featured paper sessions, workshops, interactive exhibitions and keynote speakers on Participatory…
2016.08.15 | Public/media, CS frontpage, Featured
182 applicants have been offered a place at our two bachelor programmes.
2016.08.15 | CS frontpage, CTIC, Featured, Public/media
Jesper Madsen (master student) and Irene Giacomelli (PhD student) received the Best Student Paper Award at the 25th USENIX Security Symposium for their paper "ZKBoo: Faster Zero-Knowledge for Boolean Circuits" which they wrote in collaboration with Claudio Orlandi.Congratulations!
2016.08.04 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media
Using Big Data on consumption patterns as a decision tool can be a key element in ensuring better service in public companies as well as housing associations. A recently completed PhD project at Department of Computer Science on Interactive Visual Analytics of Big Data allows computer users without programming experience to analyze visualized data…
2016.08.03 | Awards, CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, Staff, Students, Private and public companies
At the 2016 ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis, the Distinguished Paper Award was presented to Christoffer Quist Adamsen, Gianluca Mezzetti, and Anders Møller for the article "Analysing Test Completeness for Dynamic Languages". Congratulations!