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Alumnus Max from Germany decided to stay in Aarhus after graduation

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Max from Germany came to Aarhus to study Computer Science. After graduation he decided to stay and now works as an IoS developer at Lunar. Why did he stay? Max thinks that the marked for computer scientists in Denmark is way more favorable than in other countries.

Two DIREC projects led by Eve Hoggan and Jaco van de Pol

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Congratulations to Associate Professor Eve Hoggan and Professor Jaco van de Pol, who both have been selected as PIs for two new, large research projects funded by Digital Research Centre Denmark (DIREC). The projects will gather researchers from universities all over Denmark, as well as several industrial collaborators. Hoggan will lead the project REWORK, which will re-think and develop the future of hybrid work forms while van de Pol will lead the project Secure IoT systems (SIoT) that aims to increase the security in IoT systems and services.

New Sapere Aude Research Leaders at the Department

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Congratulations to assistant professors Davide Mottin and Chris Rene Schwiegelshohn who have been selected as Sapere Aude Research Leaders 2021 by Independent Research Fund Denmark. Both Mottin and Schwiegelshohn are tenue track assistant professors hired by Department of Computer Science under the Aarhus University’s digitalisation initiative, which aims to ensure that Denmark remains at the forefront of IT by making substantial investments in IT research and education.

 

“I am very proud that two of our young researchers’ talent and potential are acknowledge by the Independent Research Fund Denmark with this Sapere Aude grant. This allows them to continue their work on complex graphs and the algorithmic challenges of big data. I am sure their research will lead to innovative results that can create a great impact in society,” says head of department Kaj Grønbæk.

Alumnus Max from Germany decided to stay in Aarhus after graduation

- CS frontpage

Max from Germany came to Aarhus to study Computer Science. After graduation he decided to stay and now works as an IoS developer at Lunar. Why did he stay? Max thinks that the marked for computer scientists in Denmark is way more favorable than in other countries.

Two DIREC projects led by Eve Hoggan and Jaco van de Pol

- CS frontpage

Congratulations to Associate Professor Eve Hoggan and Professor Jaco van de Pol, who both have been selected as PIs for two new, large research projects funded by Digital Research Centre Denmark (DIREC). The projects will gather researchers from universities all over Denmark, as well as several industrial collaborators. Hoggan will lead the project REWORK, which will re-think and develop the future of hybrid work forms while van de Pol will lead the project Secure IoT systems (SIoT) that aims to increase the security in IoT systems and services.

New Sapere Aude Research Leaders at the Department

- CS frontpage

Congratulations to assistant professors Davide Mottin and Chris Rene Schwiegelshohn who have been selected as Sapere Aude Research Leaders 2021 by Independent Research Fund Denmark. Both Mottin and Schwiegelshohn are tenue track assistant professors hired by Department of Computer Science under the Aarhus University’s digitalisation initiative, which aims to ensure that Denmark remains at the forefront of IT by making substantial investments in IT research and education.

 

“I am very proud that two of our young researchers’ talent and potential are acknowledge by the Independent Research Fund Denmark with this Sapere Aude grant. This allows them to continue their work on complex graphs and the algorithmic challenges of big data. I am sure their research will lead to innovative results that can create a great impact in society,” says head of department Kaj Grønbæk.