So so cute… but seriously
Did you respond to the Danish Student Survey?

It has nothing to do with cute puppies, but we need your input!

It will help us improve and make ITU a better place to study. Only you as students can give that feedback. Your help is highly appreciated.

Deadline is 28 November 2023.

Find the survey in your e-boks or ITU-mail.
CCIT seminar: Green IT and extractivism
The Center for Climate IT is happy to invite you to a seminar featuring Emilka Skrzypek on 27 November from 12:00-13:00 in 4A56.

In this seminar, Dr Emilka Skrzypek from University of St Andrews will consider those questions and take a critical look at some of the claims and terms that feature in conversations about green transitions.

The event is open to all and no registration is required.
Data-driven products to fight climate change 
Been wondering how you can use your degree to contribute to the struggle against climate change?

The center for Climate IT invites you this talk by Olivier Corradi, CEO of Electricity Maps. Olivier will describe his journey building data-driven products for climate impact, which led to the founding of Electricity Maps, one of the most prominent data intelligence platforms for electricity decarbonisation.

​​​​​​​When and where: 29 November from 16:00-17:00 in Scrollbar.

The event is open to all and no registration is required.
See the candidates for the ITU election 2023
The candidate lists for the election 2023 are now published. 
There is a contested election for SAT Games. This means that games students will have the opportunity to vote between candidates this year. 

All other candidates on the list have been automatially elected. Find out who will represent you or who you can vote for by clicking below. 
Remember the deadline for objection to candidates and withdrawal of candidate nominations is 22 November at noon.
PhD Defence by Jan Schwiderowski
PhD Student Jan Schwiderowski is defending his PhD thesis “Mindful Strategic Management for Value Creation in Digital Network Organizations”.

When and where: 20 November at 13:00 in AUD. 3.

If you wish to see a copy of the PhD thesis, please contact
Lille Kat 2023:09
We will meet again for another round of hygge and problem-solving ... and snacks, of course!

Lille Kat is for students from all programmes and semesters who want to spend time solving problems, improving their programming skills, and hanging out with friends.

Join us on Friday, 24 November from 16:15-19:00 by the 2nd floor atrium tables.

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