Following the end of his Marie Curie project, Aaron has sadly given Dasya the old Irish goodbye. He will be moving on to doing industry work, where he hopefully will churn out some productive work. We wish him all the best!
DASYA welcomes Amelia Jiménez-Sánchez, who is joining us as a postdoc to work on the project “Making Metadata Count” with Veronika Cheplygina.
Welcome to DASYA, ITU and Denmark!
DASYA welcomes Eleni Tzirita Zacharatou to the lab, who is joining us as an assistant professor.
We are looking forward to working with you, and excited to see what you will accomplish!
Postdoc position in machine learning and image analysis Last year associate professor Veronika Cheplygina was awarded DKK 2.8M in the Independent Research Fund Inge Lehmann program, for a project focusing on metadata-aware machine learning for medical imaging, see press release.
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Welcome to all the new team members joining DASYA as of January 2022:
Bethany Chamberlain, PhD Fellow Dovile Juodelyte, PhD Fellow Morten Tychsen Clausen, PhD Fellow Jon Voigt Tøttrup, Research Assistant Robert Bayer, Student Assistant We are looking forward to working with you, and excited to see ...
Following the thorough SCTF report by Berthelsen - NAPS -, the DASYA group has decided to allocate funding for the implementation of a new strategy, aimed at increasing the well-being of those hard at work. Starting from 2022, people at DASYA Lab will be able to utilize 2 new modules for relaxation, ...
Maria Astefanoaei secures Innovation Grant for Climate Change AI Maria Astefanoaei has been awarded an innovation grant of $145.000 from Climate Change AI for the project:
Towards greener last-mile operations: Supporting cargo-bike logistics through optimized routing of multi-modal urban delivery fl ...
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Unfortunately, we have to say goodbye to Zsolt Itsván who will work as a Full Professor in Distributed Systems and Networking at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
DASYA Lab is hiring new faculty! The Data-intensive Systems and Applications research group in the department of Computer Science at the IT University of Copenhagen is looking for new faculty members to start in Fall 2022 or soon thereafter.
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Welcome to our Four New Members! During the fall of 2021 our research group have been expanded by four new excellent members:
Lottie Greenwood, HPC System Administrator Ties Robroek, PhD Fellow Ehsan Yousefzadeh-Asl-Miandoab, PhD Fellow Julian Priest, Researcher with the DISCO project Welcome!
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