grantsMarco CarboneComputer Science DepartmentResearchinnovationprogramming languagessoftware
Hospitals, banks, and airports—today, software is at the heart of many of society’s critical functions. A new research project, led by Associate Professor at the IT University, Marco Carbone, aims to develop mathematical models to prevent flaws in critical software. The project has recently been awarded 2.8 million kroner from Independent Research Fund Denmark.
grantsDigital Design DepartmentResearchdigitization
The lack of user participation in the digitalization of the public sector in the Nordic countries blocks a truly successful digital transformation. The aim of the new research project CAPE is to investigate how to increase user involvement in the development of public e-services.
The pioneer centre, established by the IT University and four other Danish universities, has received DKK 352,4 million in funding to conduct artificial intelligence research focussed on social issues, design, and ethics.
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As a part of the digitalisation of the public sector, citizens are required to handle more tasks themselves in the contact with governmental institutions and authorities. This is not equally easy for everybody and many people need help. But where can they find that support? A new research project at the IT University of Copenhagen’s Center for Digital Welfare is going to investigate informal welfare work in the digitized state.
grantsVasilis GalisBusiness IT DepartmentResearchbig datademocracy
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.
grantsBernardo Machado DavidComputer Science DepartmentResearchBlockchainIT security
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.
grantsAbout ITUResearchartificial intelligencedata storage
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.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentResearchalgorithms
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.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentResearchsoftware
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.
grantsJens Christian GodskesenAbout ITUCollaborationsResearch
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.
grantsAndrzej WasowskiResearchComputer Science Departmentartificial intelligence
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.
grantsBarbara PlankBernardo Machado DavidLeon DerczynskiSteffen DalsgaardSebastian RisiResearch
The grants will fund research in artificial Intelligence, urban air and language and other research areas. Five researchers receive the grants for their respective research projects.
grantsBusiness IT DepartmentResearche-governmentdigitizationBrit Ross WinthereikVasilis Galis
Researchers at the IT University of Copenhagen have received a DKK 6 million grant from the VELUX Foundation for a research project that will investigate the effects of digitization in law enforcement, the health care system, primary schools and municipal administrations.
grantsResearchComputer Science DepartmentBusiness IT Departmentartificial intelligenceNatalie SchluterBarbara Plank
The Carlsberg Foundation is funding three projects at ITU, including research on surgery robots and methods for creating better AI solutions in Danish.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentResearchdata storageIT securityAndrzej Wasowski
Professor Andrzej Wąsowski receives DKK 2 million for an experimental research project that aims to increase privacy for users of digital technologies in the data-driven economy using new methods.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentResearchsoftwareAndrzej WasowskiClaus Brabrand
Software defects often manifest themselves far from where the problem has actually occurred. In a new project, researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen want to build a technology that automatically detects and diagnoses deep-seated software errors. The project has received DKK 6 million from Independent Research Fund Denmark.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentCollaborationsResearchfintechPeter Sestoft
With computing power from graphics processors commonly used in gaming computers, a new research project aims to develop an advanced calculation platform for pension funds. Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK 9 million in the project collaboration between the IT University of Copenhagen, University of Copenhagen and the software company Edlund A/S.
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The Velux Foundations has granted the research project Diginauts with DKK six million to investigate how refugees use their mobile phones and other digital devices to navigate geographically and socially during their travel through Europe.
grantsThomas HildebrandtComputer Science DepartmentResearche-governmentCollaborations
Digital case management systems should become more intelligent and flexible so that both case workers and clients are provided better and more transparent service, despite the increasingly complex legislation. Innovation Fund Denmark invests DKK 16 million in the research project Ecoknow, which links technology and practice of adaptive case management.
grantsDr. Alexander RichterBusiness IT DepartmentCollaborationsProfessional educationResearchawardsbusinesscareere-governmentinnovationITU Business Developmentmanagement
Danish leaders need more knowledge about the impacts of digitalization if their businesses are to be competitive. The Danish Industry Foundation has recently decided to fund a research project at the IT University of Copenhagen. “Innovation4Leadership” (I4L) aims to equip organizational leaders for the upcoming challenges related to the digital economy.
grantsAbout ITUCollaborationsGeorg Dam ChristensenJens Christian GodskesenEntrepreneurship
The IT University of Copenhagen is among four Danish universities to receive funding from The Danish Industry Foundation for transferring research-based knowledge, inventions and patents to the industry. ITU receives DKK 5 million to establish an innovation corps focusing on big data, fintech and artificial intelligence, among other areas.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentResearchrobotsAndrzej WasowskiClaus BrabrandYvonne Dittrich
In a new EU funded project, researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen and European partners will work to improve quality assurance in a platform for industrial robot programming.
grantsComputer Science DepartmentResearch
PhD student Tobias Christiani has received an EliteForsk travel grant of DKK 200,000. His next stop will be Harvard and MIT in search of the holy grail of algorithms: the optimal search algorithm - if it exists.
grantsResearchComputer Science DepartmentRasmus Ejlers Møgelberg
Associate Professor Rasmus Ejlers Møgelberg has received 6.4 million kroner for a research project within theoretical computer science.
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