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.
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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IT students have to figure out how to bring the future of technology and the future of climate together, argues President of Microsoft Brad Smith at an open debate at the IT University of Copenhagen.
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On August 30, 1999, the first 147 students started studying at the IT University of Copenhagen. Since, the university has undergone tremendous growth. Today it is one of Denmark's largest educators of highly sought-after IT specialists – with plans for further growth in the coming years.
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Next week, the 4th international Blockchain Summer School is bringing together students from 16 countries who will work on blockchain solutions for Carlsberg, COWI and the European Commission, among others. The summer school culminates in the Nordic Blockchain Summit on Friday, August 16, an event open to industry professionals with an interest in the business potential of blockchain.
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On Tuesday, April 16, more than 200 women and men will gather for the first Danish edition of the Women in Data Science conference, a global event that highlights women's contributions to the data science field. The goal is to make female role models more visible and establish networks among women who work within data science.
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Business and organization leaders can find inspiration for their work with digital communication, digital innovation and data-driven leadership at a free conference in Copenhagen on Friday, September 7.
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From August 13-17, more than 80 computer game researchers from around the world will gather at the IT University of Copenhagen for three consecutive conferences on games analysis, history and philosophy.
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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.
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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.
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.
Today, digital technologies have a huge influence on how citizens stay informed. Democratic participation in the digital age is up for debate at the IT University of Copenhagen on November 25.
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Danes turn to the web and social media for information about the candidates and test their own political views online, shows a new report with figures from the general election in 2015.
The student organisation ITU Innovators put on the first Danish conference on one of the hottest emerging technologies of the day.
The IT University of Copenhagen will host the first Danish edition of NASA's innovation competition Space Apps Challenge, which takes place from April 22-24. All innovative minds are invited to work on real cases related to the organization's missions in space and on Earth.
How do we protect our privacy when our devices are constantly tracking our movements? And why should we care? On March 30, Crypto Conference at ITU will present thought-provoking talks and a hands-on workshop where participants can learn to encrypt their own data.
In the future, our digital devices may be able talk directly to our brains without us noticing it, says Thomas Pederson, Associate Professor at ITU. At OpenITU on March 18, he will give a talk about the prospects of wearable technology.
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