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Photo: SynchroniCity/Tom Blockley

2017.02.23 | Research, Afd. for Informationsvidenskab og Digital Design

Aarhus University to head giant global project on technology in future cities

EU issues major grant to associate professor Martin Brynskov and the beacon project SynchroniCity. This gives Aarhus University a leading role in developing the Internet of Things in cities, and a unique opportunity to work with a global consortium to influence the current process of digitalisation.

2016.12.01 | Afd. for Informationsvidenskab og Digital Design

Turn On Literature: A new EU-project involving the Poetry Machines

A new EU-project includes a further development, distribution and translation of the Poetry Machines. Two new partners join in – a library in Norway and a library in Romania.

2016.11.04 | Research, Afd. for Informationsvidenskab og Digital Design

An expanding global smart city network

Martin Brynskov, associate professor of information studies, is working hard to expand the international smart city research network, and has just signed a collaboration agreement with Seoul in South Korea.

2016.10.31 | Lecture / talk

Video from Authors in Aarhus: Hallgrímur Helgason

Professor Dan Ringgaard interviewed the Icelandic author Hallgrímur Helgason at the event Authors in Aarhus at DOKK1. Watch video (in Danish) produced by local tv station ITV OJ

2016.08.15 | People

New postdoc to research Soviet-Scandinavian interactions in the design sphere

On 1 August Yulia Karpova started her postdoc in comparative literature at the School of Communication and Culture, funded by a Marie Curie grant. In this interview, she presents her research background and plans for her work in Aarhus.

Photos: courtesy of the artists

2016.06.17 | Afd. for Informationsvidenskab og Digital Design, Arts, Research

There are always research elements in my artworks

Winnie Soon, a PhD student of Information Studies, has contributed to an exhibition about media art in Hong Kong with “Jsut code”, an artwork showing Twitter messages that must be decoded using a smartphone.

2016.06.03 | People, Litteraturhistorie og Retorik

Karen-Margrethe Simonsen, associate professor in comparative literature, has been appointed president of the international literature project CHLEL

Karen-Margrethe Simonsen has been elected to lead the Coordinating Committee for the Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages Series (CHLEL), which conducts research within literature across borders.

2016.03.29 | People

The field of media and communication continues its ascent of the QS ranking list

The subject areas within media and communication at Aarhus University have taken another leap up the international QS World University Rankings by Subject list this year.

2016.02.11 | Research, Afd. for Informationsvidenskab og Digital Design

The School of Communication and Culture appoints five new MSO professors

Five researchers at the School of Communication and Culture have been appointed to the position of MSO professor (MSO stands for "with special responsibilities" in Danish).

Photo: Lise Balsby (AU Foto)

2016.02.10 | Arts, CC

New Master's degree programme focuses on intercultural competences

In the summer of 2016 the School of Communication and Culture at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University is launching a new Master’s degree programme in intercultural studies. Students can specialise in five different languages.

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