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2019.02.20 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Student review: Why study computer science in Aarhus?

Meet three international students studying Computer Science at Aarhus University to get their perspective: Patrick Lewandowski from Germany (Masters), Maximilian Scheid from Germany (Masters) and Joao Belo from Portugal (Masters and PhD). The trio concur that the strong academic reputation of the Computer Science department is the main reason they…

2019.02.19 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

New digital society for young girls

DigiPippi is a social and digital society for girls aged 7-13 who are interested in technology, IT and digital media. Five Wednesdays, starting tomorrow, the group of girls will visit the department to learn more about IT. The girls will be taught by female role models who either study or work in IT.

Henrik Wann Jensen, Photo: private

2019.02.07 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Henrik Wann Jensen new Honorary Professor

Henrik Wann Jensen has just been appointed Honorary Professor at the Department of Computer Science. Henrik Wann Jensen is an international leading researcher within Computer Graphics. He is, among other things, known for global illumination, photon mapping, and subsurface scattering, methods, which are used for rendering photo-realistic scenes…

Søren Grum, Kristian Emil Larsen and Rasmus Skovdal from Relion

2019.02.06 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

InnoFounder to Relion

CONGRATULATIONS to Søren Grum, Kristian Emil Larsen, Jacob Crawford and Rasmus Skovdal aka Relion who has received 645.000 kr. from Innovation Fund Denmark’s InnoFounder programme as one of only 21 selected startups.

2019.02.01 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, COBRA

Opening of Concordium Blockchain Research Center Aarhus

The Concordium Blockchain Research Centre at Aarhus University opens on 1 February 2019. The centre will be researching into blockchain technology, with focus on security, transparency and general usability. The Concordium Foundation is donating funding of DKK 50 million (EUR 6.6 million) over five years.

2019.01.16 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

VR is used for much more than just computer games

[article in Danish] The world of illusions in VR get combined with reality to fight racism and treat violent criminals. Postdoc Tiare Feuchtner explains how her VR research is used for a greater good.

Tiare Feuchtner, private photo

2019.01.08 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Tiare Feuchtner on the news

Postdoc Tiare Feuchtner does research on VR. DR News stopped by the department, to learn more about Tiare's research, VR and how it might help make the world a better place. Watch the interview, which aired on January 6 in 21 Søndag at DR TV.

2018.12.21 | CS frontpage, Featured, Private and public companies, Public/media, Staff, Students, Future students, Alumni

Algorithm for personalized pleated Christmas hearts

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... Have you nailed those Christmas decorations yet? If not, pleated Christmas hearts with a name might impress your family and friends. Simply use the generator made by our own Professor Gerth S. Brodal.

Photo: Ninna Hoffmann &  Marie-Louise Stisen Sørensen

2018.12.20 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, Students, Future students

Students help DR with Ultra:bit

IT Product Development Students Ninna Hoffmann and Marie-Louise Stisen Sørensen work with Danmarks Radio, (DR) on the new project ultra:bit which hope to spark an interest for IT and coding in Danish kids.

Keyan and his group adjusting the prototype. Photo: Kaspar Hvid

2018.12.07 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

IT Product Development students show off first-year projects

This week, first semester students in IT-Product Development exhibited their first-year project for teachers, friends and families. The assignment was to create an interactive lamp for the Department’s study café.

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2019.06.11 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Danish Hub for Cyber Security

Department of Computer Science is part of Danish Hub for Cybersecurity, a new nationwide hub for cyber security that will create synergy and coordinate ongoing initiatives. Danish Hub for Cyber Security will accelerate innovation and development within cyber security for start-ups and other Danish companies by building and supporting an…

2019.05.28 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Honorable mention to PhD dissertation from the department

Congratulations to former PhD student Christoffer Quist Adamsen (now Software Engineer at Google) who has been selected by the Executive Committee of ACM SIGSOFT and its selection committee for this year’s honorable mention for the ACM Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award. The SIGSOFT Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award is presented…

2019.05.24 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, MADALGO

Teacher of the year for the THIRD time

Congratulations to Gerth Stølting Brodal who was just named teacher of the year at Computer Science day 2019. This is the third time Gerth is teacher of the year, as he also won the title in 2012 and 2017. See all the CS award winners here.

2019.05.13 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Capture the Flag Event

For the first time ever, the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University hosted a Capture the Flag competition, where contestants participated in 24 hours of trying to break Cyber Security.

2019.05.10 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, Students

Award: Teacher of the year 2019

Five teachers are nominated for the Teacher of the Year award 2019 at the Department of Computer Science. All enrolled students at Computer Science and IT Product Development are eligible for voting and have the opportunity to participate in the poll. The students will receive an email with a link to the poll and we encourage every student to…

2019.05.10 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

2.4 million from DFF to Kristoffer Arnsfelt Hansen

Congratulations to Associate Professor Kristoffer Arnsfelt Hansen who has been granted DKK 2.4 mill from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to do research in computational complexity in relation to game theory. The project will consider the computational complexity of equilibria and fixed points. He will study the complexity of equilibrium…

2019.05.09 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, CPV

Villum Investigators honored

Lars Birkedal and 10 other recognized scientists – and newly appointed Villum Investigators - were honored 2 May 2019. Together, they have received DKK 410 million from VILLUM FONDEN for research projects ranging from climate to cybersecurity.

2019.05.07 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Around 100 quota 2 applicants visited computer science on Saturday May 4

For the second time, the Department of Computer Science conducted quota 2 admission tests. The test will help ensure that the department’s new students have some good academic prerequisites and a strong motivation. This year, 68 computer science applicants and 25 IT product development applicants were tested in their study ability, and gained an…

2019.04.15 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Five job offers in just 50 meters

Once again, the Peter Bøgh Auditorium was completely filled, as the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University organized Katrinebjerg Career Day (also called Kdag) for the fifth time. 52 companies from Denmark and abroad participated to tell what they can offer some of Denmark's most sought after students.

2019.04.02 | People , CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media, CPV

New Villum Investigator at the Department

VILLUM FONDEN has selected Professor Lars Birkedal to become a Villum Investigator. With this honor comes a grant of DKK 35.4 million to set up the Center for Basic Research in Program Verification (CPV) at the Department of Computer science, Aarhus University.

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