Tampere University of Technology (TUT) collaborates with approximately 1,000 companies each year. We have more than 200 partner universities around the world. As our University enjoys a reputation as a forerunner in university-industry collaboration, we continuously develop new forms of cooperation.
In TUT we have close ties with industry and businesses. Students at TUT are actively involved in various research and development projects already during their studies. This ensures that students see how the latest research-based knowledge is applied in industry and commerce.
Rolls-Royce is establishing a research centre for remote-controlled and autonomous marine crafts in Turku. Tampere University of Technology acts as a strategic partner to Rolls-Royce's international Marine unit.
Strategic partnership with Rolls-Royce is an important accomplishment for research at TUT. This collaboration is a part of TUT’s “Smart machines” profile area for research. TUT has achieved its expertise in this area through high-quality training in mechanical engineering. Scientific research has likewise played an important part in gathering knowledge and experience in autonomous systems.
New business incubation center helps start-ups tap into CERN’s expertise. The Finnish Business Incubation Center of CERN Technologies (FBC) promotes the utilization of research output and new technologies originating from Finland in collaboration with CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The call for partner companies is now open.
The Centre for Professional Development at Tampere University of Technology helps individuals and organizations meet their professional goals and expand their knowledge of business and technology. Our offices are located in Tampere (Edutech) and Pori (Edupoint).