We are changing the course registration process 
What if you had to register for all your study activities yourself? From June that will be the new normal. You are already used to registering for electives, projects and specialisation courses, but soon you will also need to register for your mandatory courses.

We will be informing you in detail about this new practice next week.

On 25 April, you can find the SAPfront team and The Study and Career Guidance in Atrium on your way to lunch, serving cake, while answering the questions you might have.

The registration period for the autumn semester is 1 June to 10 June. Mark the dates already now!
Join this year’s MSc tutor team
Do you want to help new students at your programme get a good start at ITU? Do you want to meet new people? And do you want to have a fun student job?
Then you might be the perfect fit for this year’s MSc tutor team.

Everyone interested is encouraged to apply, no matter experience or background.

Read more about being a tutor and find out how to apply by clicking below.
Do you want to be a teaching assistant?
Wednesday 17 April, the TA positions for the autumn 2024 semester courses will be listed and shared on the ITU website.

Find TA positions 

As a TA you will develop your teaching skills as well as interpersonal skills. You will actively be supporting students in getting to know their course material which gives you a chance to reflect further on certain study specific topics.

We encourage all who are interested to apply. The deadline is 1 May.   

Meet your future employer at IT Match Making
Looking for a student job? Or maybe you are graduating this summer? Join the career fair IT Match Making and meet your future employer on 18 April, 10:00-14:30 in Atrium.

Whether you are a first-year student or completing your master's, do not miss this chance to form the early stages of your career. You will meet hiring managers interested in ITU students with your profile and competencies. You will also meet ITU alumni already working at the companies who are happy to share their first-hand experiences.

See all the attending companies and what they are looking for by clicking below. 
CV feedback in Atrium with KPMG and Deloitte
Do you need an input on how to make your CV eye-catching for an employer before you bring it to IT Match Making?

As a part of ITU Career Weeks you can have your CV checked and get advice on how to improve it.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to get an informal advice session when KPMG and Deloitte visit us with some of their most experienced recruitment specialists.

When and where: 17 April, 09:00-13:00 in Atrium.

Sign up here to receive a reminder.
Data Visualization Competition 2024
Have you done some intricate visualizations for your project? Or perhaps you have been meaning to do one for a while? Now is a good time to showcase your creative abilities to the world.

Individuals and groups are invited to share their visualizations with the BUILD lab and have them appraised alongside their peers.

The top 5 visualizations will be displayed across ITU and their creators will receive great prizes for the efforts! 

The submission deadline is 24 May at noon.
D-Pop 2024
Do you like solving problems together with others? Then come to D-Pop 2024 and have a go at the numerous problems and see if you can solve them all.

D-Pop is a two hour long coding event for both newcomers and experienced programmers. We will also be there to help you along the way.

Come alone or bring your friends. Everybody is welcome – also people from outside of ITU.

There will be popcorn, coffee and other snacks for the hard-working programmers.

No sign-up is required, but participants need to have at least one computer per team and an account on the platform Kattis (to send in solutions).

When and where: Friday 19 April at 16:00-18:00 in Atrium.
PhD Defence by Konstantinos Flores
PhD Student Konstantinos Flores is defending his PhD thesis “Imperfect presents, uncertain futures; Platform housecleaners in the Danish gig economy”. 

When and where: 15 April at 13:00 in AUD4.
PhD Defense by Barbara Nino Carreras
PhD Student Barbara Nino Carreras is defending her PhD thesis: 
“Frictional Infrastructures, An ethnography of compulsory digital self-reliance and collective access in the Danish Welfare State”.

When and where: 19 April at 13:00 in AUD3.
Figma beyond the screen: Exploring alternative interfaces
Join us in AIRLab on 19 April from 14:00-16:00, where we will be exploring how the MakeyMakey turn any conductive objects into buttons allowing for unique ways of interacting with the computer. This time, we will be focusing on FIGMA prototypes.

See you in AIRLab!
Join CDW book & project launch
Join the Center for Digital Welfare for an afternoon of networking, reception, talks and debates on public digitalization. 

We will celebrate the combined launch of the book “Digitalization in practice” edited by Jessamy Perriam and Katrine Meldgaard Kjær, and the launch of the research project “DIGI-FRONT: Transnational Collaboration at the Digital Frontier” funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark and led by Irina Papazu. 

Meet the editors, the authors, the readers and the researchers. You can also join discussions on public digitalization and help us celebrate the launch with free drinks!

The event is open to all.
Lille Kat joins D-Pop
Lille Kat will be joining D-Pop this Friday, 19 April at 16:00-18:00 with popcorn, coffee, and snacks! 

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