Course descriptions for spring 2024 – full versions
This coming Wednesday, 15 November, the full course descriptions for all spring courses will be available in LearnIT including Summer University courses as well.

To find electives, you can filter courses by SEMESTER and ELECTIVES BY PROGRAMME.

You can see the course schedules in TimeEdit now. By 21 November, the exam schedules are ready as well. 

Why do you need to think about spring courses now? You need to check out your options if you need to register for electives or specialization courses.

The registration period for the spring semester runs from 1-10 December.
LearnIT maintenance on 15 November,16:15-20:15 
LearnIT will be unavailable on 15 November from 16:15-20:15.

Please make sure that you are not dependent on LearnIT during this timeframe.

Want to write a climate-related thesis? Join this sparring session
Do you think your thesis might end up being interdisciplinary?

The Center for Climate IT is organizing a thesis pitching session both for master's and bachelor students on 16 November from 13:00-14:00 in AIRLAB.

Please register yourself or your group by 15 November by clicking below.

Before you come, think about the following questions:

  1. What are you interested in researching? 

  2. Why would this be an interdisciplinary project?

You will get feedback on your project from climate researchers from the three departments.

We will also present topics from companies interested in collaborating on climate-related themes.
Last chance to run for the ITU election 2023
Remember the deadline for submission of candidate lists for the election to the IT University’s collegiate bodies is in two days on Wednesday, 15 November, at noon.
If you are planning on running, you should immediately go to "How to run" to find out what you need to do.  
The candidate lists can be viewed at from 17 November. 

Are you confused about what to do when? Take a look at this short guide to the election (link to Instagram).

Find out more about the election by clicking below.
PhD Defence By Anders Konring
PhD Student Anders Konring is defending his PhD thesis “On Large-Scale Multiparty Computation with sub-linear Communication using Ephemeral Servers”.

When and where: 23 November, at 12:15 in 5A60.
ITU Coffee talks with Oliver Krancher: knowledge and learning in software work
ITU Coffee Talks is excited to present Oliver Krancher, Associate Professor at the Department of Business IT.

In his talk, he will reflect on a practical problem he met as a consultant. He will share how this problem inspired his research on knowledge and learning in settings such as IT outsourcing and agile software development. 

The talk will take place on Wednesday, 15 November at 16.30 in Analog.
Join the first-ever Danish Digitalization, Data Science, and AI (D3A) conference
The D3A conference will take place on 1-2 February, 2024 at Hotel Nyborg Strand.
The aim of the conference is to promote knowledge-sharing across different sectors within Danish research and development and help  positioning Denmark as a strong global player in AI, digital tech, and data science.

See full program and register by clicking below. 
There is also a call for posters. This is a chance to showcase the latest results, preliminary findings, and work in progress to a diverse crowd, including researchers and professionals from the private and public sector. Find out more by clicking below. 

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