Welcome to my personal webpage

I am currently working on updating this page to replace the spread out web of pages I have maintained previously. While the page is quite empty currently, it should grow in the near future.

My current job is with Aarhus University, where I work providing IT infrastructure for the Faculty of Science.

Areas of interest include identity management, messaging and calendaring, along with working on our IT department's workflows and the way we provide service to our users. I have also been involved in providing help to a number of research projects, mainly in setting up clustering software and interfacing to custom electronics components.



Xydroid is my newest programming project. It is a small Android app for making status updates from Xymon available right on one's phone.

The project is moving along nicely, though it has no actual users yet. As soon as I get myself an Android phone, there will at least be one.

You can find Xydroid here.


My blog

I have a blog which is updated at irregular intervals. I write about whatever I happen to care about at the time, thus leading to a very wide range of subjects, such as creating Android apps, cooking delicious food, and the applications I manage at work.

My Danish blog

For the things mainly of interest to Danes, or things I just feel like writing about in Danish, I will post on this blog.


Photos I take are hosted on Flickr - or at least the most recent ones are. Take a look if you like, and do feel free to leave a comment.


My current job is managing user administration systems, among other things, for the Faculty of Science at Aarhus University, in the organisation known as NFIT. We run the shared systems of the Faculty of Science, such as email and calendar, and we are expanding to cover further areas of IT service as well.

My university page

This is the official contact page for me at the university.


LinkedIn is a fine networking site. If I have ever worked with you, feel free to connect with me there.



If you have IPv6, you can email mihtjel@mihtjel.dk. Otherwise, you will have to use some other means of contact, such as my work email.

Physical address

The easiest way to reach me by regular mail is the following address:

Rune B. Broberg
Faculty of Science
Aabogade 34
DK-8200 Aarhus N

My office is Hopper-024 at the above address, and I will usually be there during regular office hours.