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Hear Head of Programme Natalie Schluter talk about the Bachelor degree in Data Science. On this BSc programme you get all the tools and knowledge it takes to become the next generation's analysts.
Study games, communication, digital design and software engineering at The IT University of Copenhagen.
Study Master in IT and single subject courses within the fields of software development, IT management and interaction design at The IT University of Copenhagen.
Blockchain technology will create a basis for a whole new economy, artificial intelligence will enter our daily lives, and the responsibility of media giants will come into focus. We have asked five researchers at the IT University to take a peek into the crystal ball and predict what digital trends will shape the coming year.
As everything from watches to refrigerators becomes connected to the internet, concerns about data security and privacy are growing. A new research project anchored at the IT University of Copenhagen will help European developers create IT services and products that meet the ethical standards of both consumers and the law.
In the summer of 2017, ITU will launch Denmark's first Bachelor program in data science, a new academic field that seeks to translate big data into insights and business ideas. The future graduates will combine their sense for numbers and business to develop new ideas and improve products - and companies are lining up to recruit them.
With a new Bachelor programme, the IT University of Copenhagen wants to meet the growing demand for specialists in handling large amounts of data - also known as big data. The industry welcomes the new programme, which will accept the first 50 students in 2017.
The principal investigator of the DemTech project comments on the aftermath of U.S. Presidential Election 2016.
At a meeting on December 1, the Accreditation Council has given ITU a positive institutional accreditation. Vice Chancellor Mads Tofte calls the decision a "milestone" for the university.
Maria Rørbye Rønn, Director General of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, succeeds Jørgen Lindegaard as Chairman of the Board at the IT University of Copenhagen.
Software engineering researchers must make an effort to stay in close contact with end-users, says recently appointed Professor in Software Engineering at the IT University of Copenhagen, Andrzej Wasowski. On Thursday, December 1, he will give his inaugural professorial lecture on the significance of software research in 2016.
Three recent graduates from the IT University of Copenhagen won FA's Bachelor thesis award for their project on agile processes at MobilePay.
Novo Nordisk, IBM, Deloitte and ETHOS Lab were behind Datathon for Diabetes at the IT University of Copenhagen on November 5-6, where 50 students rummaged through vast public data sets in search of new insights on diabetes.
Today, digital technologies have a huge influence on how citizens stay informed. Democratic participation in the digital age is up for debate at the IT University of Copenhagen on November 25.
The Danish Royal Library has digitized thousands of maps and images from the colonial era on the former Danish West Indies. A treasure trove of data that can be used to present history in entirely new ways. IT specialists from the IT University and the humanists from the University of Copenhagen are taking on the challenge together.
The outcome of the ITU-led research project Demtech proves also to be valuable in an American context. Associate Professor Carsten Schürmann went to Washington DC for the presidential election to discuss how risk-limiting audits might increase the accountability of the US election.
The growth of data volumes cannot be sustained with the architecture of current computer systems. Philippe Bonnet, newly appointed Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, is making data storage possible in a future with technologies that have not even been invented yet.
ITU students spent a weekend developing digital communication products for PET and SKAT using tools from the realm of computer games. Both organizations see potential in using games and playful design in the interaction with citizens.
Digitization is putting new demands on teaching and learning at all levels and can flip the dynamics of the classroom upside down. Emilie Møllenbach’s research focuses on how teachers can become better equipped to teach in a digital world where students are often ahead of them.
Digital technology is causing upheaval in many industries, not least in the finance sector, where the need for employees with strong IT skills is great. On November 16, twelve companies are visiting the IT University of Copenhagen to highlight job opportunities in the financial sector.
Troels Bjerre Lund is a theoretical computer scientist specialized in developing algorithms that – inspired by economic theory – makes digital systems more robust against strategic users.
We must rethink the way we build robots in order to make them better at interacting with humans, says Kasper Støy, recently appointed Professor in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence at the IT University of Copenhagen. In the future, some robots will be soft - and perhaps made of silicone.
The IT University of Copenhagen is leading a new research project helping museums across Europe exploit the potential of technology for engaging art and culture audiences. The project has received €2,4 million in EU funding.
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Steve Jones from University of Illinois at Chicago (US) will deliver the kick-off lecture in the DECIDIS Open Lectures series.
All over the internet, artificial intelligence is being used to predict user preferences and recommend products, apps, news, or even a new boyfriend. But how do these recommender systems work, and should we be worried about what they know about us? Join us for a public debate and a Friday afternoon beer.
At Open House you have the opportunity to visit the IT University of Copenhagen.
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