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Data Visualization: A User Perspective on Data Science

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Computer scientists fuse and clean different data sources, train models, extract correlations, trends, clusters, and patterns. But often they are not the ones using these results. End-users, domain experts or people with background knowledge about the analyzed data get to interpret these results and base decisions on them. To make the results meaningful and useful for them, the computer scientists use data visualization to communicate and visualize the findings. Every year, the Department of Computer Science offers a dedicated course on data visualization where students learn the principles and even build their own data visualizations.

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.

Data Visualization: A User Perspective on Data Science

- CS frontpage

Computer scientists fuse and clean different data sources, train models, extract correlations, trends, clusters, and patterns. But often they are not the ones using these results. End-users, domain experts or people with background knowledge about the analyzed data get to interpret these results and base decisions on them. To make the results meaningful and useful for them, the computer scientists use data visualization to communicate and visualize the findings. Every year, the Department of Computer Science offers a dedicated course on data visualization where students learn the principles and even build their own data visualizations.

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

- 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.