The Future of Digital Technology Education

‘The Future of Digital Technology Education’ conference was fully booked and held on the 28 November 2023 at the Royal Danish Academy. Thank you to all who participated in this inspiring day.

Below you can download the presentations (.zip) and find the program for the day.


About the conference

The Future of Digital Technology Education is a public event which addresses the present and future status of digital technology education in Danish higher education system.

The conference is primarily targeted at teachers, learning units and professionals, managers, and decisions makers in the educational system, and is also open to anyone with an interest on the relationship between pedagogy and technology.

The conference is organized and facilitated by Teknosofikum and its partner institutions.


Sign in and coffee.

Welcome, by Lone Malmborg (Head of Design, IT University of Copenhagen).

Ole Seier Iversen (Professor. Aarhus University) shares his thoughts on computational empowerment in the educational sector.

Magda Pischetola (Asst. Prof, UCPH), Jelena Popov (Postdoc, ITU), Giacomo Poderi (Asst. Prof., ITU) and Jeppe Kilberg Møller (Project Manager, ITU) will share insights on the design, outcomes, and potentials of the Teknosofikum project.


Sofie Kinch (Asst. Prof.) and Brian Jørgensen (Asst. Prof.) from Design School Kolding will demonstrate the integration of AI in design education and foster participant dialogue on AI's role in education within a broader context.

Kristian Cedervall Lauta (Prorector, University of Copenhagen) gives a talk on digital competence development in higher education.

Panel debate: Sebastian Schwemmer (UCPH, Faculty of Law), Mathilde Aggebo (Dean of Design, Royal Danish Academy) and Claes Mørkeberg (University College Copenhagen/KP) will discuss and shine light on cross-disciplinary potentials and the future(s) of digital technology education.

Reception and networking.

Thank you for an inspiring day!

Conference participants will be given the opportunity to ask questions to the speaker during the day, discuss with colleagues and reflect further on the impact and future needs for their own institutions and teaching.

Contact us

  • Jeppe Kilberg Møller
  • Project Manager
  • Email:

Find us

  • IT University of Copenhagen
  • Emil Holms Kanal, Office 4F18
  • DK-2300 Copenhagen S
  • Denmark