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Kristoffer Arnsfelt Hansen. Photo: private

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…

Photo: VILLUM FONDEN

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.

Professor Lars Birkedal

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.

2019.04.01 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

What do words mean?

On March 20, PhD student Manuel Ciosici represented Computer Science at the 3MT competition. 20 PhD students from AU were selected to present their thesis - in just three minutes. See the video to learn more about Manuel's thesis and what words mean to computers.

2019.03.26 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Digipipi girls uses micro:bit to build “living” creatures

Last week, IT Product Development students Marie-Louise Stisen Sørensen and Ninna Hoffmann helped the girls from Digipipi Aarhus to build cardboard creatures with blinking eyes and beating hearts programmed with BBC’s micro:bit.  Digipipi, whose mission is to balance the gender gap within IT, technology and digitization, has in collaboration…

2019.03.19 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

CALL for full professor in computer science to Aarhus University

As part of an ambitious strategic investment to radically expand the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University - an international top-100 University - is looking for an excellent and visionary Full Professor to push the frontiers of Computer Science research.

Associate Professor Claudio Orlandi

2019.03.18 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Associate Professor Claudio Orlandi challenges cryptographers from around the world with a solution that protects us against attacks from quantum computers

Associate Professor in Cryptology from Aarhus University, Claudio Orlandi, is in the running when the US organisation NIST (The National Institute of standards and Technology) has challenged the cryptographers from all over the world to bid on, how to protect the communication between individuals and organizations on the Internet if or when…

2019.03.10 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

At the end of the year, Ole Lehrmann Madsen will return to CS as professor

At the end of the year, Ole Lehrmann Madsen will retire as CEO of Alexandra Instituttet and return to his professorship at the department. Ole will pursue a research project on implementing advanced Object-Oriented programming language concepts on small IoT devices.

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2019.10.10 | COBRA

Visiting Researcher - Daniel Tschudi

Daniel Tschudi from Concordium AG will visit COBRA as visiting researcher from October 12 to 19, 2019.

2019.10.09 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Center for Computational Thinking and Design receives 10 mio DKK from VILLUM

Marianne G. Petersen and her colleagues from School of Communication and Culture, Ole Iversen and Rachel Smith, have received 10 mio DKK to investigate how we make digital technology such as artificial intelligence accessible to children so that they learn about the consequences of using it.

2019.10.09 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

New Innovation Fund Denmark project at CS

Congratulations to Ira Assent and Hans Jörg Schulz, who are part of the new Hospital@Night project which is funded by Innovation Fund Denmark.

2019.10.08 | COBRA

COBRA Researchers Presenting at FMBC19

On Friday this week the COBRA researchers Jakob Botsch Nielsen, Danil Annenkov and Bas Spitters will give two lectures at FMBC19: "Towards a Smart Contract Verification Framework in Coq" and "Smart Contract Interactions in Coq". FMBC19 is the 1st Workshop on Formal Methods for Blockchains and will take…

2019.10.01 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Distinguished talk by alumni Mads Torgersen: Herding Nulls, and other stories from the future of C#

If null reference exceptions are toothpaste, can we still get them back in the tube? Let’s look at some of the things we are doing to C# now and in the future, focusing on features that may be interesting to hear about even if you are not already a C# programmer.

2019.09.28 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Winners of the 2019 Danish Robot Olympiad Qualifier

High schools, from all over Denmark, competed yesterday in a qualification tournament to represent Denmark at the international First Global Robot competition. CONGRATULATIONS to the winning team from Aalborg Technical High School. They will compete against 175+ nations at the finals in Dubai.

2019.09.27 | COBRA

COBRA represented at LatinCrypt 2019

On October 3, 2019, the paper The Simplest Multi-key Linearly Homomorphic Signature Schemes will be presented at LatinCrypt 2019. The paper is partly supported by COBRA and has Assistant Professor and PI at COBRA Diego Aranha one of it's authors.  

2019.09.27 | Public/media, Featured, CS frontpage

Ada Lovelace Day and ALICE Network Launch event

On October 8th, ALICE will host an afternoon event celebrating both Ada Lovelace, women in STEM, and not least the launch of ALICE.

2019.09.25 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Best paper award

Congratulations to Peyman Afshani who received the ESA best paper award for Fragile Complexity of Comparison-Based Algorithms at the ALGO 2019 in Munich. In the paper, Afshani et al. initiate a study of algorithms with a focus on the computational complexity of individual elements, and introduce the fragile complexity of comparison-based…

2019.09.20 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Algorithm can find your perfect study partner!

One of the most important things to get for a successful start at university is a well-functioning study group. The HatchIt resident UniHelpr has created an algorithm that can assemble study groups based on personality and skills. This year, AU has used the algorithm for more than 2,000 students.

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