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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.
Two ITU researchers are among the driving forces in the new research center BARC, which aims to attract talent from all over the world and create breakthroughs in algorithm research. Developing efficient algorithms for handling large amounts of data will be one of the key areas of research.
In a new EU funded project, researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen and European partners will work to improve quality assurance in a platform for industrial robot programming.
Soft robots made from materials like silicone have the potential to change what we use robots for and challenge how we perceive them, says PhD student Jonas Jørgensen, who uses his combined background as a physicist and art historian in his experiments with the technology.
Tanja Lind Tankred and Mira Dorthé have founded the new independent game studio Other Tales Interactive specializing in narrative games for mobile platforms. Their first game Tick Tock started as a thesis project at the IT University of Copenhagen.
PhD student Tobias Christiani has received an EliteForsk travel grant of DKK 200,000. His next stop will be Harvard and MIT in search of the holy grail of algorithms: the optimal search algorithm - if it exists.
Minna Isomursu has joined ITU as a professor in interaction design and co-design in the university’s Digital Design department. At ITU she will among other things continue her research on improving health care services using data.
For people who travel to a new country to work or study, getting to know a new health system can be a challenge. Erik Grönvall studies how technology might help to make public services more accessible for new and old citizens alike.
The EU-funded project “flora robotica” aims to merge two essentials for our future life on earth: technology and nature. Following a simple yet radically new idea, an international team of researchers is taking the first steps toward intelligent plants that can sustainably grow our built environment - from public spaces and buildings to entire cities.
Online services like Spotify and Netflix use algorithms to recommend exactly what the users want. It may seem like magic, but it actually works based on simple mathematical principles, explains Associate Professor Jes Frellsen. These algorithms are not only used in the entertainment business, they can also be applied in other areas such as cancer research.
Researchers from IT University of Copenhagen are very successful in attracting research funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 programme. One explanation is a clear focus on the application potential of the research, says Pro-Rector Jens Christian Godskesen.
During the weekend of February 11-12, 300 web developers will meet at ITU to exchange ideas and get inspiration for working with the web development platform Angular.
Just like films, literature and theatre, computer games are important artefacts through which we can understand our cultural heritage, says Hans-Joachim Backe. His research is about finding out exactly how digital games communicate – and sometimes inspire players to reflect on the morality of their own actions.
Idea and case competitions are popular tools for creating innovation in large companies. But to reap the benefits, great care and an eye for social dynamics is required, says Hanne Westh Nicolajsen, who has performed case studies at the consultancy firm Rambøll, among others.
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.
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Espen Aarseth will give his inaugural professorial lecture "Game Research at ITU: Achievements, Goals, and Grand Challenges" on April 4 from 14-15.30.
The IT University of Copenhagen is pleased to invite policymakers, stakeholders from the Danish IT business and research communities and all who are interested in promoting gender diversity to join us for a conference addressing the gender gap in the IT sector on May 29, 2017 from 9:00 to 12:45. Registration opens at 8:30.
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