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Computer Science Day 2019

Computer Science Day

Peter Bøgh Andersen Auditorium

Friday, May 24 14:15 - 16:00

Computer Science Day 2019


Computer Science Day is an annual celebration for students, staff and everyone interested in the activities at Department of Computer Science. The event starts with an award show celebrating the people who have contributed to the teaching of our students. The award show is followed by one researcher from each research group introducing their current research activities.

At Computer Science Day you will get a unique insight into the various and diverse research fields carried out at the department. In a tightly-scheduled two hours' program, a presenter from each research group will introduce her or his research area before passing on the torch to a new research group member.

Computer Science Day is a great opportunity for everyone with an interest in computer science and IT to get a full view of the broad range of impressive computer science research performed at the department.

Computer Science Day is open to everyone: Students, alumni, staff and anyone interested  are all invited to join this event!


14:15-14:30  Welcome and Award Show

Teacher of the Year Award

Teaching Assistant (TA) of the Year Award

Student of the Year Award

14:30-16:00  8 x talks

Data-Intensive Systems (Speaker: Davide Mottin)

Logic and Semantics (Speaker: Daniel Gratzer)

Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction  (Speaker: Jo Vermeulen)

Cryptography and Security (Speaker: Ivan Damgård)  

Use, Design and Innovation (Speaker: Morten Kyng)​

Programming Languages (Speaker: Tian Tan)

Algorithms and Data Structures (Speaker: Casper Freksen)

Computer-Mediated Activity  (Speaker: Ida Larsen-Ledet)

16.00 - ?

Celebration of Regnecentralen's 7th anniversary with drinks and BBQ for everyone. The celebration takes place outside the main entrance to Regnecentralen at Åbogade 34. In case of very bad weather, the bbq event will take place outside between the Nygaard and Hopper buildings.