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On the recent Transmediale festival our PhD student, Morten Riis, performed with Steam Machine Music and Die Ziet, german paper, came by and filmed the performance.
IT is now an integral part of our social and cultural lives, and to an increasing extent we all contribute to shaping the technology to our own needs. Over the coming years, researchers from the Department of Aesthetics and Communication and from the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University will be exploring together aspects of and potentials for the transformation of IT users into participants in IT design. The research will be conducted at a new interdisciplinary centre, Participatory Information Technology (PIT).
Due to technical problems with the online application system for applicants applying for our Master’s degree programmes, the application deadline is extended from 15 March until 18 March 11.59pm (CET) for all applicants with non-Danish qualifications.
Orderly Lines and Complex Environments – The Time and Space of Urban Fortification in Copenhagen
This is a Northern Europe satellite conference in Aarhus taking place 27-30 July 2022 in connection with The 44th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive…
In collaboration with the Canadian Studies Centre at Aarhus University, the Nordic Association for Canadian Studies (NACS) invites submissions for…
Organized by Health, Media and Narrative, a research unit in the Cultural Transformations programme at Aarhus University
The Nordic Romanist Conference