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28.09.2018 | Awards, CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Karl-Emil løb med dronningens rejselegat

Karl-Emil Bilstrup, som studerer IT Produktudvikling, var en af fire AU studerende, som fredag d. 14. september blev hædret med dronning Margrethes rejselegat ved Aarhus Universitets årsfest.

27.09.2018 | Public/media, PIT , Featured, CS frontpage

Susanne Bødker appointed Honorary Doctor at KTH

To honor Susanne Bødker being one of the key figures behind the Participatory Design movement, she has been appointed Honorary Doctor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. Susanne will receive her honorary doctor title on November 16, where se will give a seminar on her work.

25.09.2018 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Projekt skal skabe bedre sundhed via data fra patienters smartphones

Nyt tværfagligt forskningsprojekt vil skabe bedre sundhed gennem analyse af helt aktuelle data f.eks. fra patienters smartphones og statistiske data fra sundhedssystemet. To professorer i datalogi og folkesundhed vil med 20 mio. kr. fra Innovationsfonden samarbejde med en række virksomheder, hospitaler, kommuner og borgere om at fremme mere…

11.09.2018 | People , CS frontpage, Featured, MADALGO , Public/media

Stibo grant to Casper Freksen

Congratulations to PhD student Casper Freksen from the Algorithms and Data Structures group who has received a travel scholarship from the STIBO foundation. Casper will use the DKK 65.000 for his stay abroad at Harvard, where he will be until December 21. We wish you an exciting stay in the USA.

10.09.2018 | CS frontpage, People , Public/media, Featured, MADALGO

Inaugural lecture by Professor Jesper Buus Nielsen

The appointment of Jesper Buus Nielsen as professor at the Department of Computer Science will be celebrated on September 14 with an inaugural lecture.

04.09.2018 | People , CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Grant to Chaya Ganesh

Congratulations to Chaya Ganesh, who, together with Ivan Damgård and Claudio Orlandi, have been awarded a USD 15,000 grant from Protocol Labs, a research, development and deployment lab for network protocols, in connection with their Request For Proposals (RFP) Program.

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