CollaborationsResearchComputer Science DepartmentcybercrimeIT security
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.
Digital Design DepartmentResearchsocial media
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.
ResearchBusiness IT Departmentbig datadigitizationJames Maguire
The research project Data as Relation has launched a new podcast series, exploring the public sector's use of big data in governance.
Philippe BonnetComputer Science DepartmentResearchdata storage
Professor Philippe Bonnet has been honoured with The SIGMOD Contributions Award for his research in database systems.
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.
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.
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
Irina ShklovskiResearchethicsinternet of thingswearables
With a toolbox for newly established tech-companies, researchers at the IT University of Copenhagen seek to help developers design better technologies connected to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Leon DerczynskiComputer Science Departmenthealthsocial media
As a part of a UK research group, Assistant Professor Leon Derczynski, conducted a study that revealed a correlation between increases in the number of urgent mental health-related crisis referred to two mental healthcare providers in London on days and a high number of tweets mentioning depression and schizophrenia. The study has been published in one of the world's leading science journals, Nature's Scientific Reports.
Researchers and practitioners from the software industry will gather at the International Conference on Agile Software Development (XP2020) at the IT University of Copenhagen. The call for industrial and academic contributions is open.
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