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Winners of 2022 Cybercartography Competition

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Congratulations to PhD student Marius Hogräfer, postdoc Jens Emil Grønbæk, research assistant Jana Puschmann, videographer Sebastian Krog Knudsen, and associate professor Hans-Jörg Schulz who won the 2022 Cybercartography Competition at AGILE’22 Conference on Geographic Information Science. Their entry submission “MapBlender: Enabling Collaborative Cybercartography” convinced the jury and won them the first price. We have asked PhD student Marius Hogräfer to tell us some more about the competition and their submission.

Thank you for visiting!

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This week, 31 international students from all across Europe visited the Department to learn if Aarhus University is the place to study their master in Computer Science. They had some great days with information about our 9 specializations, practical information about relocating to Denmark, and they also met with several companies to learn more about job opportunities in Denmark during and after their studies. See full program on cs.au.dk/visit2022. Thank you for visiting - we hope to meet you all again in August!

New Chief Adviser and Head of Secretariat at Department of Computer Science

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We are happy to present, Lene Hjøllund as the new Chief Adviser and Head of Secretariat at Department of Computer Science.

 

Lene is educated economist (Msc Economics/Cand. Oecon) and has been employed at Aarhus University since 2002, where she has worked closely with the academic management in various functions, both as Chief Adviser at the faculty level at Business and Social Science, and since 2016 she has been the Head of Secretariat at Department of Political Science.

DKK 14.5 million for new research projects

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Congratulations to assistant professor Sophia Yakoubov, associate professor Panagiotis Karras and professor Ioannis Caragiannis who have received funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark to support their research. Every year, the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) grants funding for hundreds of research projects. This year, 210 researchers across all scientific disciplines have received support from the Danish Independent Research Foundation.

Winners of 2022 Cybercartography Competition

- CS frontpage

Congratulations to PhD student Marius Hogräfer, postdoc Jens Emil Grønbæk, research assistant Jana Puschmann, videographer Sebastian Krog Knudsen, and associate professor Hans-Jörg Schulz who won the 2022 Cybercartography Competition at AGILE’22 Conference on Geographic Information Science. Their entry submission “MapBlender: Enabling Collaborative Cybercartography” convinced the jury and won them the first price. We have asked PhD student Marius Hogräfer to tell us some more about the competition and their submission.

Thank you for visiting!

- CS frontpage

This week, 31 international students from all across Europe visited the Department to learn if Aarhus University is the place to study their master in Computer Science. They had some great days with information about our 9 specializations, practical information about relocating to Denmark, and they also met with several companies to learn more about job opportunities in Denmark during and after their studies. See full program on cs.au.dk/visit2022. Thank you for visiting - we hope to meet you all again in August!

New Chief Adviser and Head of Secretariat at Department of Computer Science

- CS frontpage

We are happy to present, Lene Hjøllund as the new Chief Adviser and Head of Secretariat at Department of Computer Science.

 

Lene is educated economist (Msc Economics/Cand. Oecon) and has been employed at Aarhus University since 2002, where she has worked closely with the academic management in various functions, both as Chief Adviser at the faculty level at Business and Social Science, and since 2016 she has been the Head of Secretariat at Department of Political Science.

DKK 14.5 million for new research projects

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Congratulations to assistant professor Sophia Yakoubov, associate professor Panagiotis Karras and professor Ioannis Caragiannis who have received funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark to support their research. Every year, the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) grants funding for hundreds of research projects. This year, 210 researchers across all scientific disciplines have received support from the Danish Independent Research Foundation.