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The Center for Computing Education Research (CCER) is an inter-disciplinary research-based praxis-oriented knowledge-center at the IT University of Copenhagen.

The center studies what computing is; how it is taught and learned, as well as how to teach and apply it in connection with different disciplines (such as, e.g., architecture and law). The center is also interested in how to incorporate gender and minority inclusion and how to incorporate online teaching/learning activities. 

Learn more about CCER.


Screenshot from inauguration event

Successful Center Inauguration 

Thank you all for celebrating our center opening last Thursday, 5. November 2020. 
Special Thanks to Michael E. Caspersen, Amy J. Ko and Simon Peyton Jones for their amazing and inspiring talks.

See the whole event here.


Claus Brabrand, H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and the Minister of Higher Education at the Award Ceremoni

On September 30, 2020, The Head of the Center, Claus Brabrand, was awarded the (first) Danish National Teaching Award.

The Award was handed over by H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and the Minister of Higher Education and Science to 2 out of more than 18,000 university teachers coming from all disciplines. Each recipient received 500,000 DKK (67,000 EUR).

More information:
About Claus Brabrand (in Danish)
About The Award (in Danish)
House of the Danish Royal Family (in Danish)
Claus Brabrand's homepage

Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard

Contact us
Claus Brabrand
Head of the Center 
Phone: (+45) 72 18 50 76

Find us 
IT University of Copenhagen
Rued Langgaards Vej 7
DK-2300 Copenhagen S