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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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.
The IT University is coordinating new European expert training in underwater robots
In the next four years, professor at the IT University, Andrzej Wasowski, will be leading a new expert training program focusing on the development of /developing underwater robots in order to make them reliable so that we can use them for critical tasks like fighting pollution. The program is funded by an EU grant of 30 mio. DKK.
ITU bachelor's system to identify informative Corona tweets in top rank
Competing with academics and IT professionals from all over the world, Anders Giovanni Møller shared first place in developing a system to identify Corona-related tweets.
Oxford University's Bent Flyvbjerg and ITU establish IT programme management research collaboration
The Oxford Major Programme Management research group starts collaboration with the ITU Research Centre for Government IT. The collaboration will, among other things, investigate the performance of IT projects.
Bent Flyvbjerg to be awarded ITU’s first honorary doctorate
Bent Flyvbjerg, Professor and Academic Lead of Oxford University’s research and education programmes in Major Programme Management, is known for his groundbreaking research in the management of large-scale projects, including in the field of IT. The IT University of Copenhagen is the youngest of Denmark’s eight universities, and specialized in research and higher education in IT.
ITU Professor in Prestigious Journal: Game Technology Can Improve AI-Development
Professor Sebastian Risi publishes paper in Nature Machine Intelligence on how to improve training of robots with popular video game technology.
The Danish Ministry of Defence funds two projects at The IT University of Copenhagen
The national ICT-security authority under the Danish Ministry of Defence, The Danish Centre for Cyber Security, has funded two new projects at ITU's Center for Information Security and Trust (CISAT). Both projects support the national ambition of raising the level of cybersecurity in private and public companies.
New Study: User-based surveillance is not effective against fake-news
The defence against fake news, to a large extent, relies on the social media users identifying and "flagging" suspicious stories, but are we, the users, really capable of doing that? No, a new study concludes.
New podcast on the public sector's use of big data
The research project Data as Relation has launched a new podcast series, exploring the public sector's use of big data in governance.
ITU professor awarded prestigious international honour
Professor Philippe Bonnet has been honoured with The SIGMOD Contributions Award for his research in database systems.
The XP 2020 conference on Agile software development grows bigger online
Researchers and practitioners from the software industry was set to gather for the International Conference on Agile Software Development at the IT University of Copenhagen, instead the conference has now moved online.
ITU participates in 3D-printing visors for healthcare workers
Two ITU employees are using ITU’s 3D-printers to make visors. Their effort is a part of a larger operation by a national community volunteering to produce protection for healthcare workers exposed to the coronavirus.
All of ITU's research articles are accessible to anyone
For the second time, the IT University of Copenhagen has achieved the national goal of 100 percent Open Access – meaning that all of its research articles are freely available online
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