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Congratulations to Sapere Aude Research Leader Peter Scholl

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“The Sapere Aude programme is a fantastic opportunity to consolidate my research and develop my skills as a research leader. It is great to see my work being recognized in this way, and I am looking forward to the pleasure of working with the early-career researchers who will be recruited for the project,” says Peter Scholl. Congratulations!

Great success for LogSem and PL at two top conferences

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Researchers from Logic & Semantics and Programming Languages have had a remarkably high number of papers accepted at the top conferences OOPSLA’20 and POPL’21. At OOPSLA, which takes place this week, five papers have been accepted for publication. At POPL, they got six papers got accepted, which is almost 10% of all accepted papers. Great work!

Talent track students get research paper accepted at SOSA 2021

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Bachelor students Jonathan Lindegaard Starup and Jesper Steensgaard have been part of the department’s Talent Track programme, in which students get to work closely with researchers on actual research questions. Their close work with Associate Professor Kasper Green Larsen has resulted in the research paper Further Unifying the Landscape of Cell Probe Lower Bounds. The paper has been accepted at SOSA (Symposium on Simplicity in Algorithms), which takes place on January 11-12.

Congratulations to Sapere Aude Research Leader Peter Scholl

- CS frontpage

“The Sapere Aude programme is a fantastic opportunity to consolidate my research and develop my skills as a research leader. It is great to see my work being recognized in this way, and I am looking forward to the pleasure of working with the early-career researchers who will be recruited for the project,” says Peter Scholl. Congratulations!

Great success for LogSem and PL at two top conferences

- CS frontpage

Researchers from Logic & Semantics and Programming Languages have had a remarkably high number of papers accepted at the top conferences OOPSLA’20 and POPL’21. At OOPSLA, which takes place this week, five papers have been accepted for publication. At POPL, they got six papers got accepted, which is almost 10% of all accepted papers. Great work!

Talent track students get research paper accepted at SOSA 2021

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Bachelor students Jonathan Lindegaard Starup and Jesper Steensgaard have been part of the department’s Talent Track programme, in which students get to work closely with researchers on actual research questions. Their close work with Associate Professor Kasper Green Larsen has resulted in the research paper Further Unifying the Landscape of Cell Probe Lower Bounds. The paper has been accepted at SOSA (Symposium on Simplicity in Algorithms), which takes place on January 11-12.