ITU researcher secures Carlsberg Foundation grant for query optimisation
Associate Professor Zoi Kaoudi from IT University’s Computer Science Department has secured approximately five million kroner for research in query optimisation.
Jens Christian Godskesen is stepping down as prorector 1 August 2024
Jens Christian Godskesen will be resigning his position as prorector on 1 August 2024. Jens Christian will be returning to a position as associate professor at the Computer Science Department to resume his research career.
Grant: ITU researcher working for transparency in training data for AI
Assistant Professor at IT University of Copenhagen’s Computer Science Department, Anna Rogers, has just secured a prestigious 940 000-euro Villum Young Investigator grant for a research project aimed at developing new methods for identifying references to language model training data.
ITU researcher part of Horizon Europe project to make urban mobility sustainable
Together with 31 partners from 15 countries Associate Professor Michael Szell will run a new urban mobility project implementing innovative mobility strategies in 12 cities for the next four years.
New mentorship programme provides ITU graduates with role models in the games industry
A new women’s mentorship programme for students in ITU’s Games MSc aims to provide graduating students with role models in the games industry. We spoke to Games student Saskia Joanna Rauhut and her mentor, Executive Technical Producer at IO Interactive, Cristina Vega, about the importance of representation and career paths in the industry.
Associate Professor Nutan Limaye receives prestigious ACM award
The ITU researcher receives the ACM India Outstanding Contributions in Computing by a Woman (OCCW) Award for her outstanding contributions to computational complexity, and her active encouragement and mentoring of women in the field.
ITU researcher to spearhead Horizon Europe funded project for immersive experience of art and culture
Associate Professor Sami S. Brandt coordinates an 8.0 million-euro Horizon Europe project and leads a research and industry collaboration focused on developing mixed reality technology for the culture industry.
VKR Professor Bent Flyvbjerg’s “How Big Things Get Done” took the world by storm in 2023
“How Big Things Get Done”, in which VKR Professor at IT University of Copenhagen Bent Flyvbjerg and journalist Dan Gardner present the ultimate guide to project management dos and don’ts, has taken the world by storm and secured ‘Book of the Year’ nominations and awards from a range of media outlets.
Conference and handbook: How to bridge the digital gap
The research project CAPE is coming to an end. CAPE will mark the occasion with a conference on 7 December and the publication of a handbook on how libraries and government institutions can support citizens struggling to use digital services.
ITU researcher receives funding to improve human-centered AI
PhD student at IT University of Copenhagen’s Department of Computer Science Elisa Bassignana has received an International Postdoc grant from Villum Fonden to gain a better understanding of how large language systems are encoded with social, cultural, demographically defined information and values.
What can data driven network analysis tell us about the Roman Empire?
Associate Professor at IT University’s Computer Science Department Michele Coscia has secured a grant from Villum Synergy for an interdisciplinary project applying network analysis to archaeological data to reconstruct social networks of ancient times.
Ukraine’s head of IT security of the digital infrastructure gave insights in cyberwarfare in online lecture at ITU
In an online lecture, held at IT University of Copenhagen on September the 28th, Victor Zhora, who is responsible for cybersecuring the Ukrainian digital infrastructure, took students and researchers behind the front lines of the cyberwar, which he describes as the “first cyber world war”.
Bent Flyvbjerg book shortlisted for prestigious prize
“How Big Things Get Done” written by VKR Professor at ITU Bent Flyvbjerg and author Dan Gardner, has been shortlisted for the Financial Times’ Business Book of the Year.
Three ITU projects selected for NordForsk policy brief collection on how we reach the sustainability targets
The IT University of Copenhagen is well represented in a collection of policy briefs, which have recently been published by the Nordic Council of Ministers’ research programme, NordForsk.
ITU researcher secures grant for personalised language learning
Teaching yourself a new language is difficult, but a new Villum Experiment awarded research project from ITU aims to make it easier. How? By tailoring the curriculum to the user’s personal interests and level of proficiency.
How good are we at navigating the digital stream of information?
A new project sets out to gauge the level of media literacy in the Nordic countries, and one of the experts tasked with qualifying the project survey is Associate Professor Gitte Stald from IT University of Copenhagen’s Digital Design department.
Two new members appointed for the Board of Directors at the IT University
Tech entrepreneur, Hanne Breddam, and Professor, David Sands, have been appointed new external members of the Board of Directors at the IT University of Copenhagen.
New research project: Studying Ghana’s digital emergency preparedness
Alena Thiel has received the Horizon Europe’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral fellowship for her project, MUNDI. During the next two years she will investigate the use of digital innovations for the predictive anticipation, real-time analysis, and early intervention in multiple and intersecting threats to human security in Ghana.
Velux Fonden to fund ITU research project in digital care practices
Five researchers from IT University of Copenhagen’s Digital Design Department have secured 5.7 million kroner from Velux Fonden to investigate how digital technologies affect the relationship between users and care providers in the healthcare system.
ITU researcher: Generative AI needs a reality check
Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Anna Rogers, is a new face at IT University of Copenhagen. She conducts research on Natural Language Processing (NLP), and her research makes it easier to determine whether Transformer-based language models, which are used in systems like ChatGPT, are reliable or not.
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