27 October 2022
Denmark’s talented researchers must become better at collaborating across universities and industry. Only then do we stand a chance against the big foreign knowledge institutions.
News and events
Here you will find debates and research news from DIREC, spotlights on researchers as well as upcoming DIREC events.
27 October 2022
17 October 2022
There is an increasing demand in Denmark for new and more advanced healthcare services. In the coming years, there will be more elderly people with treatment needs and a decreasing youth population to take care of the elderly.
4 October 2022
A huge thanks to all those who participated and helped make the DIREC Seminar 2022 a success.
The DIREC team had aimed to put together a programme that we hope accommodated everyone’s interests.
SDU behind database for robot assembly: Industrial companies must learn from their own and other companies’ data
31 May 2022
A new approach for gathering robotic experience from industry, so companies don’t have to start from scratch every time they need to put robots into production, has been launched.
26 April 2022
Blockchain-based technologies can eliminate the need for an intermediary when making transactions between two parties and can ensure that data cannot be modified.
3 February 2022
Eight young researchers have just received grants for new research projects in digital technologies. The grants will ensure research in topics such as optimization of programming languages, bias in large data sets, verification of algorithms and energy optimization of hardware and software.
Meet Christian Schilling, who has come to Denmark to build software that can check other software for errors
21 February 2022
Today we have cyber-physical software systems everywhere in our society, from thermostats to intelligent traffic management and water supply systems. It is therefore crucial to develop verification software that can check these programs for errors before they are put into operation.
17 January 2022
Tijs is Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen and Head of the Business Process Modeling and Intelligence research group. In DIREC, he works on the Bridge project AI and Blockchains for Complex Business Processes.
The increasing use of software-driven systems such as intelligent traffic control or energy supply in our society gives rise to a growing need to check these programs for errors before they are implemented.