Mathias and Søren have Computer Science in their Blood 

When Computer Science becomes competitive

Søren Dahlgaard, PhD student at Computer Science23-year-old Søren Dahlgaard has programmed since he was 10, and since senior high he has involved himself in every available computer science competition.  With three titles as Danish champion in programming on his resume and enrolled in the prestigious Ph.D. program at The Department of Computer Science (DIKU) at UCPH, Søren now has new goals in sight.

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Olympic Gold Medalist in Math - now taking a Ph.D. in Computer Science

Mathias Knudsen, PhD student at Computer ScienceIf you are good at math, you might want to study computer science. This is the message to be learned from Mathias Knudsen’s trajectory as a student. In his senior year of high school, he won Olympic gold in mathematics, and now the 21-year-old student is involved in the research of randomized algorithms in collaboration with some of the world’s smartest people.

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