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In Memoriam - Professor Lars Arge

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Professor Lars Arge passed away, December 23rd 2020. To honour him, some of his colleagues and research collaborators share their memories.

Significant increase in applicants from NON-EU countries

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In spite of the global covid-19 pandemic, the number of NON-EU applicants for the computer science program at Aarhus University has increased significantly. In 2021, we see an increase of 76% in applicants to the Computer Science programme compared to 2020. The applicants - 25% female and 75% male - come from all over the world, with a majority from China and India. In total, 90 applied for Computer Science and 8 for IT-Product Development, which accounts for 43,5% of the applications to the Faculty of Natural Science.

Data Visualization course brings together Master students across faculties

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The need to gather, analyze, and ultimately understand data pervades all scientific fields. Hence, it is no wonder that the Data Visualization (DaVi) course attracts not only our own students, but students from all over the university – for example from the Faculty of Technical Sciences and the School of Business and Social Sciences. In the fall 2020, 40 students participated in the DaVi course to learn how to use interactive diagrams and charts to gain insight into data. During the course,

In Memoriam - Professor Lars Arge

- Public/media

Professor Lars Arge passed away, December 23rd 2020. To honour him, some of his colleagues and research collaborators share their memories.

Significant increase in applicants from NON-EU countries

- CS frontpage

In spite of the global covid-19 pandemic, the number of NON-EU applicants for the computer science program at Aarhus University has increased significantly. In 2021, we see an increase of 76% in applicants to the Computer Science programme compared to 2020. The applicants - 25% female and 75% male - come from all over the world, with a majority from China and India. In total, 90 applied for Computer Science and 8 for IT-Product Development, which accounts for 43,5% of the applications to the Faculty of Natural Science.

Data Visualization course brings together Master students across faculties

- CS frontpage

The need to gather, analyze, and ultimately understand data pervades all scientific fields. Hence, it is no wonder that the Data Visualization (DaVi) course attracts not only our own students, but students from all over the university – for example from the Faculty of Technical Sciences and the School of Business and Social Sciences. In the fall 2020, 40 students participated in the DaVi course to learn how to use interactive diagrams and charts to gain insight into data. During the course,