Center for Massive Data Algorithmics


PhD student Asger Drewsen and Team win Danish Championship in Programming 2018

2018.11.20 | MADALGO

Madalgo PhD student Asger was part of the programming trio from Department of Computer Science who won the 2018 Danish National Championship in Programming.

Picture by Xiang Li

Kasper Green Larsen gives a talk to the rising stars of computer science

2018.11.07 | MADALGO

Kasper, who is currently on sabbatical at University of California, Berkeley, was invited to the annual China Theory Week 17 - 20 September in order to inspire the rising stars of theoretical computer science.

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Stibo grant to Casper Freksen

2018.09.11 | People

Congratulations to PhD student Casper Freksen from the Algorithms and Data Structures group who has received a travel scholarship from the STIBO foundation. Casper will use the DKK 65.000 for his stay abroad at Harvard, where he will be until December 21. We wish you an exciting stay in the USA.

Inaugural lecture by Professor Jesper Buus Nielsen

2018.09.10 | CS frontpage

The appointment of Jesper Buus Nielsen as professor at the Department of Computer Science will be celebrated on September 14 with an inaugural lecture.


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Tue 16 Oct
13:15-14:00 | Nygaard-395 (5335-395). Åbogade 34, 8200 Aarhus N
Theory seminar - Jeffrey Phillips: Scalable Spatial Scan Statistics with Coresets
Spatial Scan Statistics measure and detect anomalous spatial behavior, specifically they identify geometric regions where significantly more of a measured characteristic is found than would be expected from the background distribution.
Fri 28 Sep
13:00-15:00 | Nygaard-395 (5335-395), Department of Computer Science, Åbogade 34, 8200 Aarhus N
PhD defense by Yujin Shin on External Memory Algorithms for Massive Terrains and Polygons
Fri 14 Sep
15:15-16:15 | Building 5335, room 016 (Peter Bøgh Auditorium)
CS Colloquium - Jesper Buus Nielsen: An Encrypted Glance
It is well known that if you want to prevent aliens (or just other people) from reading your thoughts, you can simply wear a tinfoil hat. However, as you walk down Strøget in downtown Aarhus, proudly sporting your tinfoil hat, what and whom you are looking at can still reveal lot about what is in your head. You can try sunglasses, but now and then you will want to turn your head. Is there a way to fully “encrypt” where you are looking?