Depatment of Materials Science tweets everything about materials @Materials_TUT
Student competition on predicting of material properties with machine learning
Departments of signal processing and materials science organize a competition for students: Predict the properties of copper samples using machine learning techniques.
FiDiPro Project Kick-off meeting at TUT
The new FiDiPro Professor Jiri Matas joined the Department of Signal Processing in the project kick-off meeting.
Open position: Research Assistant/Doctoral Student (Embedded DSP Programming)
Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering is looking for Research Assistant/Doctoral Student for programming a DSP embedded in a commercial CMOS microelectrode array (MEA) measurement system for neuronal network analysis.
Spark discharges from power lines rarely interfere with cardiac pacemakers
Spark discharges beneath power lines may interfere with implanted cardiac pacemakers (PMs). The effects of spark discharges on PMs were investigated by a research team from Tampere University of Technology in a study reported in the January issue of Health Physics.
The software company M-Files is a veritable hive of activity headquartered in Hervanta, Tampere. It was selected as the winner of the 2015 Growth Company Award by the technology-oriented Finnish magazine Tekniikka&Talous.
M-Files has a list of research questions that their in-house R&D team has been struggling to find time for. As a thorough analysis of these two dozen or so challenges requires specialist expertise, the company has turned to TUT.
Researchers at TUT have launched an exciting new project to develop a work site where multiple robots and autonomous machines work side by side without any direct human involvement.
”We want to see what happens when we pool our expertise on factory robotics, heavy mobile machines, flying drones, computer vision and machine learning. Will we be able to build an automatic robot-populated work site where robots can even repair one another?,” muses Joni Kämäräinen, Professor in the Department of Signal Processing.
What do Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, time and light have in common? What is the world's most accurate time keeper? Nobel Laureate, Professor William D. Phillips answered these questions while speaking to a packed audience during the Science and Technology Day at TUT in September.
Professor Phillips from the USA received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997 for the development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light.
In autumn 2016, TUT is launching Finland’s first University-level Bachelor’s programme in English in the field of technology. In the International Degree Programme in Science and Engineering, BSc (Tech), studies are multidisciplinary and give you a solid basis in several core fields of engineering. Graduates with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Technology are eligible to continue studies directly towards a Master’s degree at TUT. In the programme, you are studying for your own career in a multicultural group of the best-qualified students, Finnish and international alike!
Please see www.tut.fi/bachelor for further information on the programme. The first application period for international applicants will begin on 1 December 2015 and for applicants who have completed the Finnish matriculation examination, International Baccalaureate, European Baccalaureate tai Reifeprüfung on 16 March 2016.
TUT’s new promotional video titled “Research is the key to the future” takes you on a breath-taking visual journey into the world of science, retracing the industrial history of Tampere and reaching for the stars to offer a glimpse into the future of scientific exploration. The video illustrates TUT’s commitment to pursue research for the benefit of people and the environment.
Tampere University of Technology is one of the two Finnish universities which operate in the form of a foundation. The foundation model promotes the development of education and research. It gives the University good prerequisites to succeed amid growing international competition.
The increased autonomy provides a competitive edge when competing for good researchers, inspiring teachers and talented students. The proceeds of foundation capital enable further investment in new openings in research and education.