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The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation have given out grants for new national innovation networks ...
A number of PhD scholarships are available for studies at DTU Informatics.
DTU Informatics Graduate School ITMAN
would like to invite applications for a fully funded PhD scholarship (1/1) for the project “Online CT-scanning of pigs for slaughtering” (“Online CT-scanning af slagtesvin”). The PhD is partly funded by the Danish Meat Association
Since 2006, DTU Informatics has been compared to three other Danish ICT institutes and the IT University of Denmark.
To underline the new, joined profile of the university, all departments, including IMM, are given new names at January 1st, 2008.
A number of PhD scholarships are available at the Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling in the spring of 2008.
This fall, Dr. Mark Berman from CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences in Sydney, Autralia, will be giving a Ph.D. course at the ITMAN Research School at IMM.
Prize for the best Master Thesis 2006
What is scientific misconduct? How to deal with it? How to prevent it? These questions are discussed at an ITMAN research seminar thursday May 31 by professor Vagn Lundsgaard Hansen.
IMM offers Elite Student Scholarships for DTU master students in their final year.
Iain Duff is visiting professor at IMM from March 1st 2007 until April 30th 2007.
Nokia has donated 100 'internet tablets to IMM'
Two PhD students at IMM were awarded an EliteForsk travel scholarship by the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
From January 1st 2007 Center for Information and Communication Technologies (CICT) moves from COM til IMM
I am very pleased to inform that Jens Sparsø today has been appointed as "Docent" (Professor).
On November 16, IMM received its first grant from the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation, which granted means for five high-technological platforms.
The prize is awarded for the best proposal for a formalised ontology describing concepts within a coherent subject area.
Electro-chemical cells have the potential to play a crucial role in the energy sector of a sustainable society: in electricity generation (as fuel cells), in fuel production (as electrolyzers), and in gas cleaning.
Joint with two colleagues in USA, Prof. Per Christian Hansen, IMM, has written a book about the mathematics underlying image deblurring - a technique used, e.g., for improvement of astronomical and medical images.
CREATIVE AND PARTICIPATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING
- THE ART AND THE SCIENCE
At MICCAI 2006 in Copenhagen Karl Sjöstrand from IMM was, at the end of the main conference Wednesday 5 October, awarded with the prize for the best paper written and presented by a PhD student in the category Picture Analysis.
The 21 and 22 April, the conference “Nordic Optimization Symposium” was held at DGI-byen. The conference was arranged by IMM and CTT - Centre for Traffic and Transport. Among other things the arrangement had focus on the newest research within efficiency improvement and optimization of railway operation and therefore, DSB was one of the main sponsors for the conference.
Professor Hanne Riis Nielson from Computer Science & Engineering, IMM, has been appointed to be “Internationalist of the Year”.
Assistant Professor Thomas Bolander from Computer Science & Engineering, IMM, has been appointed to be “Teacher of the Year”.
The 27 February ATV launched its report, “New Technology – New experiences = A way to growth”, on a highly profiled meeting at the IT University in Copenhagen. Amont others the speakers include The Danish Radio (DR) director general Kenneth Plummer, the DTU Vice-rector Knut Konradsen and Professor Henrik Wann Jensen from DTU.
The large amount of traffic is still growing - on the roads, on the railway and in airspace. The traffic planners fights for keeping up with this growth and their weapon in this fight is mathematical models.
The Danish Council for Technique and Production has chosen lecturer Srdjan Capkun, CSE, as young elite researcher 2005.
Best Nordic Thesis Award goes to Mikkel Stegmann from IMM.
The book Nonparametrics for Sensory Science: A More Informative Approach is released by Blackwell Publishing
Energy Conservation in Adaptive Filtering.