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Lars Arge, Professor at Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University. Photo: Morten Koldby

2020.12.26 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

In Memoriam: Professor Lars Arge

It is with great sorrow, we received the message that Professor Lars Arge has passed away on December 23rd, 2020, at the age of just 53. His wife Alice and the closest family was with him. Lars finally has peace after battling kidney cancer for several years. Lars has been very open about his fight in both his personal communication…

2020.12.17 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Ira Assent in interdisciplinary research project to pave the way for new pharmaceuticals

Computer Science is important in all aspects of research and industry! Congratulations to Ira Assent, who is part of the "Open discovery of metabolic targets for therapeutic intervention in kidney disease" project. The project aims to identify metabolites that predict kidney cell phenotypes during chronic kidney disease, and investigate how…

2020.12.16 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Anders Møller interviewed for Kortsluttet at P1

Can a single programming error cost $ 100 million? Can a programming error cost lives? How do we best help programmers fix bugs? and can one automate troubleshooting? Listen to professor and deputy head of department Anders Møller talk about this in Kortsluttet on P1 [interview in Danish].

2020.12.15 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

New Committee for Diversity and Equality at the Department

At Department of Computer Science (CS), we see diversity, as a strength and we are well aware that the Department - and computer science in general - is lacking, especially, gender diversity. Therefore, CS has established and supported a range of different initiatives over the years to foster a greater diversity among students and employees.

2020.12.10 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Test your programming skills

On November 7, the Danish championship in programming took place. The teams had to solve 13 problems within 5 hours. If you want to take up the challenge, you can find and try the problems here: https://ncpc20.kattis.com/problems.

2020.12.01 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Growing number of Chinese students in Aarhus

Over the past three years, the Department of Computer Science has received increasing numbers of applications from international students for the master’s programme in Computer Science. These students come from all over the world, but in 2020 especially the number of Chinese applicants increased.

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