ReadIT Student Newsletter

Autumn registering is coming up
Even though we are just on the tip of Summer with its warmer and longer days, you will soon have to think about what your Autumn semester should look like.

The registration period for courses in the Autumn semester 2023 runs from June 1 – June 10.

You might have to sign up for a course on your specialisation, an elective, a summer course, a 2nd or third exam attempt. You may also need to register for a project, your Bachelor project or Thesis.

Please find all the details on ITU Student.
“Being weird and playful is what drives my research"
Miguel Sicart, Head of Center for Digital Play, is now officially Professor after having presented his inaugural lecture as professor last Friday (May 26).

He has spent the past twenty years working in games research at ITU, and his urge to ask weird and playful questions has driven his research forward throughout his career. Today he is considered a pioneer in the field of game studies. 

Read more about Miguel and his research in this portrait.
Thank you for participating in the course evalution
The course evaluation survey has closed and teachers and management will now use your feedback to further develop the courses. 

Adjustments and changes are implemented before the courses run again.

Your participation makes a real difference – so we cheer and applaud you for devoting the time.

Thank you for having participated!
PhD Defence by Kim Peiter Jørgensen
PhD Student Kim Peiter Jørgensen is defending his PhD thesis “Universal wallets and their value in blockchain solutions”.

When and where: June 2 at 13.00 in AUD 3.

Contact, if you wish to see a copy of the thesis. 
Humour as an online safety issue
Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández from QUT Brisbane will discuss humour as an online safety issue which social media platforms could include it in their risk assessments and harm mitigation strategies.

When and where: June 6 at 12.00 in AUD3.

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