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YOU can help make ITU better
At ITU, we are about to form a new study environment action plan for the coming years. Your input is vital to this work. Please share your experiences of your study programme and of ITU in general. 

Fill out the survey from the Ministry of Higher Education Danmarks Studieundersøgelse (Danish Student Survey) before 28 November.
Watch this short video to find out more about the survey.

You will find the survey invitation in your e-boks today and in your ITU-mail on 25 October.
You can now subscribe to IT Status
To stay updated on the process and details of any technical issues happening at ITU, you can now subscribe to IT Status at

Besides letting you keep an eye on the details of any technical issues, IT Status also aims to keep you up to date on any relevant technology news from the outside world that might affect your daily IT-related work.

When you subscribe to IT Status, you will be sure to never miss another update, as they will be sent directly to your inbox.
RESET 2 is out now

​​​​​​​The second issue of the climate magazine RESET has now been launched. The issue's theme is "Students in the Climate Emergency", and deals with questions like: What is a university's role in terms of climate education?

The issue is written by the Center for Climate IT in collaboration with a team of students.

You can find physical copies of the magazine all around ITU's building or you can read it online in the PDF format.
ITU students at Digital Tech Summit 2023
The Digital Tech Summit is back and this year's focus will be on AI. As a student at ITU you can get a free ticket and there are many good reasons for you to go: 

  • A great change to network and meet your future employer, mentor, or business partner among the expected 5,000 participants.

  • Get career advice from IDA and gain insight into how you fit into a business world shaped by AI and rapid technological development.

  • Follow a career track of talks about study and career opportunities.  

See full program and get your free ticket by clicking below. 

PhD Defence by Mads Frederik Madsen
Mads Frederik Madsen will be defending his PhD Thesis "Securing Distributed Business Process Model Execution".

When and where: 26 October at 14:00 in room 3A20.
Make you own light installation for CPH Light Festival 2024
Join the 2nd workshop to create a concept for CPH Light Festival, choose the location for the installation and play with technologies.

The 2nd workshop is on Wednesday the 25 October from 16:05-19:30 in AirLab.

If you did not make it to the first workshop, no worries, you can still attend this workshop and be a part of CPH Light festival 2024.

We will serve pizza and drinks, so please press "Attend" on the Facebook event, so we know how many pizzas to buy.

In this workshop we will close the groups, so if you know somebody that would like to participate, please invite them to this workshop.
Join SDU Case Competition 2023 – Beyond Sustainability
Sign up to the SDU Case Competition 2023 to collaborate with industry leaders and talented students. Get a chance to use your skills and creativity to solve the cases and compete for a total of 30.000DKK!

Open for all students (including students at ITU).

When and where: 16-18 November at SDU in Sønderborg.

All meals will be provided during the event. Transport and accommodation will also be covered for students traveling to event.

Please note that transport will be covered within Denmark and North Germany, and there is no refund for airplane tickets.

Read more and register by clicking below.
Feminist Technoscience in Practice: Data Visualization
This Autumn, ETHOS Lab invites interested students, researchers, and practitioners to take part in a series of events titled ‘Feminist Technoscience in Practice’. The events focus on practical application of digital and critical feminist methods. 

The first event in the series takes place on 24 October from 15.30-17.30 with our exceptional guest speaker Sofie Burgos-Thorsen, PhD, Researcher at TechnoAnthropology Lab. 

Read more and sign up below.  
Creative Coding Club 5: Figma beyond the screen
We are happy to announce the fifth instalment of our Creative Coding Club, on 2 November from 10:00-12:00 in AIR Lab.

This workshop explores ways of interfacing with Figma with alternative interfaces. We will detach ourselves from the keyboard and mouse, and instead use any conductive objects to interact with prototypes.

To accomplish this, we will utilize the "Makey Makey" - a device that allows the user to remap computer buttons, to any kind of conductive object - an interesting addition to the toolbox of any aspiring designer.

See you in AIRLab!

ITU Student