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2019.12.05 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

EXPO of first-year IT-product development projects

This week, first-year IT product development student displays their prototypes from the course Foundations in IT product design. Their assignment was to create shared interfaces for light control in a study setting. For the project, the groups all have created lamps and controllers but each with for a specific scenario which they have experienced…

2019.12.04 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Computer Scientists are Denmark's best paid IT specialists

The Danish think tank Cepos has compiled a list of the educations that provide the highest salary. If we only focus on IT programs, the best-paid education is computer science, with an average income of DKK 878,600 [article in Danish].

2019.11.29 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Best paper award

Congratulations to João Belo, Andreas Fender, Tiare Feuchtner and Kaj Grønbæk who won the best paper award at ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces.

Associate Professor Kasper Green Larsen receives Sapere Aude grant

2019.11.19 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Associate Professor Kasper Green Larsen receives Sapere Aude grant to boost his research

Congratulations to Kasper Green Larsen, who is among the 35 outstanding Sapere Aude research leaders, whom the Independent Research Fund Denmark has pointed out as being among the most capable young researchers. Kasper receives DKK 6,185,861 for his project "Data Structure Techniques in Cryptography and Machine Learning".

2019.11.18 | CS frontpage, Public/media, Featured

Alumni is IT developer talent 2019

Congratulations to alumni Martin Mortensen, who was named IT Developer Talent 2019. IT talent is a competition hosted by Version2, Ingeniøren and Jobfinder where the IT Talents 2019 - in the categories consultant, developer and project manager - are announced.

2019.11.15 | CPV, Public/media

Official center opening

On December 18, Aarhus University will celebrate five new VILLUM Investigators, including Lars Birkedal. At the celebration, the five VILLUM Investigators will give a short talk about their research, which is followed by a reception for friends, family and colleagues.

The old customs house in Aarhus. Photo: Poul Erik Østergaard

2019.11.15 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Aarhus is the best student city in Denmark

According to a new survey, the city of Aarhus is the best student city in Denmark. Aarhus scored high across several key parameters: Career Opportunities, Education Institution Quality and City Reputation. All of them are categories that prospective students value the most.

Jesper Buus Nielsen

2019.11.13 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, COBRA

Meet the man behind the new Danish blockchain

Jesper Buus Nielsen and his team work hard on their blockhcain research. The plan is for Concordium to launch their product in 2020, and if all go according to plan it could revolutionize the way deals and transactions are verified - and make DK a pioneer country within fintech [article in Danish].

The IT camp for girls organizers can celebrate the highest number of participants for 14 years! Photo: IT Camp

2019.11.10 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Young women are crazy about IT and technology

For the 14th time, the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University opened its doors to IT Camp for girls. This year there has been a huge interest for exchanging the autumn holiday with IT Camp, and with 55 participants from all over the country, the organisers can report a record-high number of participants.

Svend Christian Svendsen. PhD student at the Algorithms and Data Structures research group.

2019.10.30 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

STIBO grant to Svend Christian Svendsen

Congratulations to PhD student Svend Christian Svendsen who has received a travel scholarship from the STIBO foundation. Svend will use his DKK 25.000 for his stay abroad at Duke University in North Carolina.

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2020.02.21 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

What can you do in 1 hour and 38 minutes?

Yesterday, we opened the registration for the department's annual career day - Kdag - 2020. It is a popular event, and in just 1 hour and 38 minutes the event sold out. For those who did get a booth, we recommend to sign up for the waitlist (click on link to register).

2020.02.21 | CPV

Welcome to Simon Friis Vindum

Simon Friis Vindum has joined CPV as a PhD student from Feb 1. Simon completed a BSc. in Computer Science at Aarhus University. Prios to his studies, he worked as a full stack developer at a small start-up. In his spare time, he enjoys going for walks and has created several open source projects.

2020.02.20 | CPV, CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

POPL 2020 in Review

In January 2020, 600 people gathered in New Orleans for the 47'th edition of POPL. Chairman of POPL 2020, Lars Birkedal has written a blogpost about the event to give an overview of POPL 2020 from both a technical and non-technical perspective.

2020.01.20 | COBRA

COBRA presenting at CPP 2020

This week the COBRA researchers Danil Annenkov, Jakob Botsch Nielsen and Bas Spitters are attending the  9th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Certified Programs and Proofs (CPP2020) in New Orleans where they will present the paper ConCert: A Smart Contract Certification Framework in Coq. CPP 2020 is co-located with…

2020.01.12 | COBRA

TPBC20 - Call for Papers

TPBC20 invites contributed talks in all sub-themes of consensus protocols, zero-knowledge proofs, privacy and anonymity-preserving techniques, language design and semantics for smart contracts, formal verification of cryptographic protocols and implementations, and other related topics. The TPBC20 steering committee will…

2020.01.08 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

How can companies benefit from blockchain technology?

Over the next two years, the Blockchain Academy Network will train and educate top executives and technical managers in Danish companies to give them technological, business, and management insights into blockchain technology. Blockchain Academy Network is funded by Industriens Fond.

2020.01.07 | CPV

Welcome to Abel Nieto

Abel Nieto joins CPV as a PhD student. Abel completed a BSc. in Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, in balmy Ontario, Canada. Before starting his MSc, Abel worked three years at Google, writing mobile apps and distributed systems. Welcome, we look forward to working with you!

2020.01.07 | CPV

Welcome to Armaël Guéneau

Armaël Guéneau has joined CPV as a postdoc. Armaël did his PhD at Inria Paris in the Gallium team, with Arthur Charguéraud and François Pottier. When not in the office, he enjoys hacking on OCaml-related projects and sometimes the OCaml compiler. Welcome, we look forward to working with you!

2020.01.02 | COBRA

Theory and Practice of Blockchains 2020

From April 20th to 22nd, Department of Information and Communication Technologies at Pompeu Fabra University will host the workshop Theory and Practice of Blockchains 2020 (TPBC20) in collaboration with COBRA.  TPBC20 will bring together researchers working on the theory and implementation of blockchains and…

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