Toine BogersCollaborationsComputer Science DepartmentResearchartificial intelligence
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Toine Bogers, is a new face at the IT University of Copenhagen. Alongside his work at ITU, he is also the new Chief Scientific Officer of the Pioneer Centre for AI – a collaborative effort between five Danish universities to conduct and facilitate fundamental research in AI.
Radu-Cristian CurticapeanComputer Science DepartmentResearchalgorithmsgrants
This year, 22 research talents from the technical and natural sciences will receive a combined total of DKK 126 million through Villum Fonden Young Investigator Programme. One of this year’s recipients is Associate Professor of Computer Science from the IT University of Copenhagen, Radu-Cristian Curticapean who has been awarded 3 million DKK for research in the field of theoretical computer science.
Per Bruun BrockhoffAbout ITU
Students taking the Security 1 exam on December 22, 2022, were presented with an exam set identical to last year’s. The university administration is still in the process of investigating the incident.
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Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Michael Kastoryano, has secured 5 million kroner from the Carlsberg Foundation to develop quantum-inspired algorithms.
Pinar TozunComputer Science DepartmentResearchClimate ITgrantssoftware
Associate Professor of Computer Science at the IT University of Copenhagen, Pınar Tözün, has secured 2.7 million kroner from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to develop novel mechanisms to get more value out of data using the computing power of small devices.
Sebastian RisiDigital Design DepartmentResearchalgorithmsartificial intelligencegrants
Professor Sebastian Risi from the IT University’s Digital Design department has received 1.9 million Euros from the European Research Council to develop AI that is capable of adapting to and learning from unforeseen events in a bid to unleash more of the enormous potential of autonomous machines.
Martin PichlmairDigital Design DepartmentEntrepreneurshipResearchalgorithmsartificial intelligencecomputer games
Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Martin Pichlmair, has spearheaded the development of LAIKA – new artificial intelligence that acts as a helping hand for creative writers struggling to find inspiration. Today, LAIKA is officially launched as a spinout company in collaboration with the ITU Business Unit.
Lene NielsenBusiness IT DepartmentEntrepreneurshipdemocracystartups
Cooperative enterprise may help tackle some of society’s greatest problems, chief among them a constantly changing labour market. Traditionally, cooperative enterprise has played an important role in Denmark, but the business form is marginalized today. The IT University research group Reflection and Action (Reflact) is working on changing that.
Carina Antonia HallinBusiness IT Departmentdemocracycollective intelligencemanagement
The handbook, which is co-edited by Assistant Professor of the IT University, Carina Antonia Hallin, will provide a much-needed foundation for working in the field of collective intelligence combining human minds and technology for democracy and governance. The book is available for pre-order now.
Associate Professor Radu-Cristian Curticapean at the IT University of Copenhagen’s Computer Science department has received a 1.5 million Euro grant from the European Research Council to conduct research in the field of theoretical computer science.
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