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Computer ScienceResearchDigital designrobotsSebastian Risi
In just 13 minutes, a newly developed robot printer can transform an aluminum wire with little motors attached into a functional robot that can be recycled and reused for other purposes. Researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU), MIT and Columbia, among others, are behind the invention, which might eventually be used in space or in disaster situations.
Dr. Alexander RichterCollaborationsResearchEntrepreneurshipBusiness ITProfessional educationbusinesscareere-governmentinnovationmanagement
Are you a leader and do you want to make your business sustainable in the digital age? If yes, you can become part of the Innovation for Leadership project (I4L) at the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU). Participation is free.
Business ITResearchbig dataalgorithms
The value of star footballers is a subject intensely debated among football fans, but big data might become the go-to method for determining the price tags of the stars. Researchers from the IT University in Copenhagen and University of Liechtenstein have developed an algorithm that calculates the value of players based on vast amounts of data.
Roman BeckBusiness ITResearchEntrepreneurshipCollaborationsEducationComputer ScienceBlockchaininnovationIT securityprivacy
Blockchain technologies will revolutionize IT systems worldwide. However the revolution comes with both opportunities and challenges in a broad range of areas. At the IT University of Copenhagen, professor Roman Beck has now established European Blockchain Center, which will ensure that Denmark is at the forefront of the field.
ResearchCollaborationsComputer Sciencee-governmentThomas Hildebrandt
The digitalization of knowledge work goes more smoothly with a new software technology developed by researchers from the IT University and Exformatics. Workers get more flexible workflows and support to complete tasks. The IT company KMD is now implementing the technology in a case-management system widely used by government agencies.
The gender gap in IT education and workplaces was under scrutiny at a major conference at the IT University of Copenhagen on May 29, 2017.
More gender diversity in IT is crucial or women risk missing the opportunity to develop the technologies of the future, while companies risk missing out on a large part of the talent pool. The 'Bridging the Gender Gap in IT' conference at ITU on May 29 presents American inspiration to alleviate the problem.
EventsEducationwearableschildren and youth
ITU has successfully run its first e-textiles workshop for high school students showing the basics of software development with creative activities extending beyond the screen.
About ITUResearchJens Christian Godskesen
More than four out of five research articles from the IT University of Copenhagen can be accessed for free on the internet. Thus, ITU is well on its way to meeting the government's ambition of making all Danish research open access.
For the second year in a row, the IT University of Copenhagen will host NASA's Space Apps Challenge, one of the world's largest hackathons, inviting creative and technical minds to develop ideas using data collected by NASA. This year's challenges zoom in on our home, Planet Earth.
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