Organizers for AU Digital Innovation Festival
The department is strong in both theoretical and experimental computer science. There is a close cooperation between different research groups – even those which have traditionally been perceived as being far from each other. Partly as a result of this, many projects at the department have targeted research themes and application areas that are interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary in nature. Founded in 1968 as part of the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Became an independent department in 1998. Joined at Katrinebjerg in 2000.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is a part of AU Engineering at Aarhus University. The department was established in 2011 and is responsible for all research and development activities and talent development in the technical science field, and for the educations Master of Science in Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Engineering programmes. All activities within electrical engineering and computer engineering are located in the IT City at Katrinebjerg.
ASE has an overall objective of educating more and better engineers for the business world and thus contribute to a stronger Danish economy. High-quality engineering programmes constitute a key prerequisite for a competitive trade and industry. ASE has been accepted in the international elite network for engineering programmes, CDIO (Conceive, Design, Implement, Operate), and must therefore live up to a number of quality standards to ensure high-quality teaching and a strong business focus.
The School of Communication and Culture offers a broad range of research and degree programmes across a variety of fields. The School of Communication and Culture encompasses more than 20 strong research and teaching programmes. Each of these programmes develops and cultivates its particular objects of study, methods and traditions. This deep academic grounding is essential in order for researchers to be able to participate in meaningful interdisciplinary projects.