BSc in Data Science
Are you wondering what the BSc in Data Science Programme is all about? Hear Head of Programme, Natalie Schluter, talk about what you learn and what competencies you will get with a bachelor degree in Data Science.
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ITU to coordinate research project on the use of digital police tools
Five European universities, a research centre and a trade union for IT professionals have launched a three-year research project on the consequences of the police's increasing use of big data, face recognition, mass surveillance and predictive analytics.
ITU researcher granted to investigate how to verify that our private data really is private
When our data are successfully kept private, it becomes a challenge to investigate data misuse. Independent Research Fund Denmark has awarded Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Bernardo David, a Sapere Aude grant to find out how to verify that our sensitive data is not misused while keeping them private.
The Danish Data Protection Agency: IT University of Copenhagen has acted correctly in relation to the use of ProctorExam
In the spring 2020 the ITU made use of the programme ProctorExam, which is a monitoring tool used for monitoring written home exams. In connection with this, The Danish Data Protection Agency decided to examine whether the ITU had complied with the Data Protection Regulation rules when using ProctorExam. The Danish Data Protection Agency has now made its decision in this matter and has concluded that the ITU’s processing of personal data and the use of ProctorExam have taken place in accordance with the rules on data protection.
ITU recruits two international researcher profiles with Start Package from Novo Nordisk Foundation
Two uniquely talented, international researchers will be moving to Denmark to continue their careers at the IT University of Copenhagen. The recruitments are supported by Novo Nordisk Foundation's new Start Package grant programme.
Roberta Sinatra awarded a Velux Foundation grant to fight discriminatory algorithms
Algorithms used for ranking publications and evaluating researchers on the basis of their citations are far from fair. The Velux Foundation has awarded associate professor, Roberta Sinatra, the Young Investigator grant to pursue her ambition of creating the foundation for better algorithms and metrics.
ITU ESPRESSO: What lessons can the global tech hubs pass on to Danish businesses?
Tune in for another insightful coffee break with ITU ESPRESSO: On Tuesday 26 January, we will be presenting another live streamed talk and welcome Associate Professor, Lars Rune Christensen as guest speaker. The talk will focus on the lessons that the global tech hubs can offer Danish companies.
ITU researcher granted twice to develop sustainable software
Associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen Pinar Tözün has been awarded with two grants for her research in solutions for sustainable growth in data science.
New report: Cybersecurity is underprioritized in Danish companies
Danish companies consider cybersecurity important, but at the same time underprioritize it, shows a new report by researchers at the IT University of Copenhagen and University of Southern Denmark. Part of the explanation is that senior managers have little knowledge about the cybersecurity threats, say the researchers behind the report.
ITU's "Blockchain Professor" gets international top rankings
According to two international rankings, Professor Roman Beck is among the most important researchers in his field.
Notification of security breach
A file containing personal information about censors and a number of employees has been accessible on one of ITU's internal network drives. The security breach has been reported to the Danish Data Protection Agency, and the persons affected have been notified.
Study: Female researchers rival men in productivity – but have shorter careers
A comprehensive study of the careers of 1.5 million researchers shows that women and men on average produce the same number of scientific articles annually, but that women tend to leave their research careers earlier. According to ITU researcher Roberta Sinatra, co-author of the study, the study should inspire decision-makers to take a closer look at the reasons why women leave academia.
The IT University plays a vital role in the newly established National Centre for Research in Digital Technologies
The Innovation Fund Denmark has granted DKK 100 million for the establishment of a national research centre in digital technologies, led by a consortium of seven Danish universities and the Alexandra Institute.
An insightful coffee break: ITU launches a line of talks on digital transformation
In a new series of live streamed talks, the IT University will present new perspectives on IT to professionals working with digitalisation and transformation. Under the headline ITU ESPRESSO, the series will go off as a line of concentrated coffee breaks. These talks will keep you abreast and expand your knowledge of what is on the future-facing agenda of digitalisation.
ITU launches action plan for gender diversity among employees
With a new action plan, the IT University of Copenhagen will work systematically and strategically to promote gender diversity by ensuring equal opportunities for all employees.
Software students win award for educational game about tech monopolies
Lily Li and Olivia Winkel finished their bachelor's degree in Software Development with a project on computer games as a learning tool. The thesis has just received FA’s bachelor award - with the recognition comes a check for DKK 30,000.
New Dean of Education at ITU
The IT University of Copenhagen has appointed Pernille Rydén as Dean of Education as of January 1, 2021.
Lectures by live radio: Pandemic paves the way for new teaching methods
The logistical challenges that come with the corona restrictions have spurred creativity among ITU’s teachers. This semester, half of the lectures in the course ‘Navigating Complexities’ have been transformed into a live radio show complete with news, discussions and music breaks. The radio format provides new opportunities to convey complex knowledge to the students, the teachers say.
IT University of Copenhagen launches new center to do research on how to boost digital competences among students
Many people get nervous even at thought of learning about computing, e.g., a programming language. But does it really have to be that way? Join the official opening of Center for Computing Education Research at the IT University of Copenhagen on Thursday November 5th and learn more about how we can ensure that students get competent in computational thinking.
ITU launches master’s programme in Data Science
Starting next summer, the IT University of Copenhagen will be offering a two-year master’s programme in Data Science. Future graduates will be highly sought after in the industry, which is currently experiencing a shortage of specialists who are able extract valuable knowledge from vast amounts of data.
Sexism and sexual harassment in academia need to end
Statement from Martin Tvede Zachariasen, Vice Chancellor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
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