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Digital Tech Summit 2021

Digital Tech Summit

November 30 – December 1, 2021
Øksnehallen, Copenhagen

Copenhagen Business School, Technical University of Denmark, University of Copenhagen, IT University of Copenhagen, University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University, Roskilde University, Aalborg University, IT-Branchen and ­Teknologiens Mediehus invite you to Digital Tech Summit.

The largest academic based technology and ­business event in the Nordic countries

Digital Tech Summit brings together over 5,000 decision ­makers, engineers, companies, academia, startups, investors, and ­students, redefining tech leadership the digital sustainable tech transformation in industry and ­society.

What is Digital Tech Summit?

Digital technologies are driving change at all levels of society. Our vision is to create the leading research-based tech me-eting space in the Nordic Countries in order to interact and debate the most recent discoveries, participate in matchmaking events, and generate new ideas.

Digital Tech Summit is part conference, part exhibition and part networking activities where CEOs of technology companies, researchers, students, fast-growing startups, policymakers to ask a simple question: Where to next? Is it time to rethink our goals in a new world? And how can digital technologies like artificial intelligence, robots, cyber security, Internet of things, 5G take us further, create new jobs and solve some of the major societal challenges we face such as climate change, healthcare & disease prevention, etc.

Why Digital Tech Summit?

Why will thousands gather in Copenhagen? Four main reasons: valuable networking opportunities, incredible speakers, unique brand awareness and exposure at the greatest tech platform in Denmark and networking software – our conference App – that will maximise your returns, experience and learning.

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Samsung hired a former PhD student from the IT University of Copenhagen to found their new research department in Copenhagen

Samsung hired a former PhD student from the IT University of Copenhagen to found their new research department in Copenhagen

A former PhD student from the IT University of Copenhagen, Javier Gonzalez, was hired to help establish Samsung Memory Solutions’ first research and development centre in Europe.

Samsung Memory Solutions chose a former PhD student at the IT University, Javier Gonzalez, when looking for employees who – in addition to mastering Linux at their fingertips – could also build an open source ecosystem that makes it easier for customers to use Samsung’s products.

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Broad university collaboration: Artificial intelligence helps predict the programming of robots at Universal Robots

Broad university collaboration: Artificial intelligence helps predict the programming of robots at Universal Robots

Robots generate a massive flood of data that can be used to optimize processes and predict wear and tear. In a new project, researchers from the University of Southern Denmark will help Universal Robots to develop AI systems that can predict how to optimize the programming of the robots.

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30 million project grant for providing a safety shield for machine learning

30 million project grant for providing a safety shield for machine learning

Professor Kim Guldstrand Larsen from the Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University has received a DKK 30 million Villum Investigator grant. The grant has been awarded for a new project aiming to improve the safety of so-called cyber-physical systems such as autonomous cars and medical equipment.