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2019.12.19 | CPV

You can get great ideas anywhere, but if you want them to succeed go to Jutland!

Yesterday, Aarhus University and Faculty of Science and Technology celebrated five new VILLUM Investigators at AIAS. Founder of VELUX and the VILLUM Foundation, Villum Kann Rasmussen once said; “You can get great ideas anywhere, but if you want them to succeed go to Jutland”. This notion might still be at the heart of the foundation, as the…

2019.12.19 | CS frontpage, Public/media, Featured

You can get great ideas anywhere, but if you want them to succeed go to Jutland!

Yesterday, Aarhus University and Faculty of Science and Technology celebrated five new VILLUM Investigators at AIAS.

2019.12.17 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Very Successful First Run New Data Visualization Course

Would you want to know how to predict certain diseases best? Or maybe rather which shoes to invest in when strategically building your sneaker portfolio? Or are you interested in finding out about the shipping routes of the transatlantic slave trade? None of these are computer science questions at first glance. Yet, computer science and in…

2019.12.17 | Featured, CPV, Public/media

Lars Birkedal is PC Chair for POPL 2020 in New Orleans

On January 19-25, POPL 2020 will take place in New Orleans. Professor Lars Birkedal will function as program chair for the conference.

2019.12.06 | COBRA

Visiting Researcher - Karl Palmskog

Karl Palmskog will be visiting COBRA from 10 to 11 December. He is a researcher in the Secure and Trustworthy Execution Platform group at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, working on formal verification of system software. He was previously a postdoc at The University of Texas at Austin and University of Illinois at…

2019.12.05 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

EXPO of first-year IT-product development projects

This week, first-year IT product development student displays their prototypes from the course Foundations in IT product design. Their assignment was to create shared interfaces for light control in a study setting. For the project, the groups all have created lamps and controllers but each with for a specific scenario which they have experienced…

2019.12.04 | CS frontpage, Featured, Public/media

Computer Scientists are Denmark's best paid IT specialists

The Danish think tank Cepos has compiled a list of the educations that provide the highest salary. If we only focus on IT programs, the best-paid education is computer science, with an average income of DKK 878,600 [article in Danish].

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