1/2018
Kati Vastamäki
More devices, more data – and critical research problems

More devices, more data – and critical research problems

A 5G-ready mobile network has recently been constructed in Tampere. Professor Evgeny Kucheryavy and his research group are developing technologies that pave the way for new, reliable and effective 5G services.
1/2018
Sanna Kähkönen
Open a door to assist in the development of smart homes

Open a door to assist in the development of smart homes

Everyone walking around campus has the opportunity to participate in a project that combines architecture, civil engineering, automation, information technology and signal processing and offers new insights into the simple act of opening the door to our home.

What does the future hold for developers of intelligent systems and software?

1/2018
What does the future hold for developers of intelligent systems and software?

What does the future hold for developers of intelligent systems and software?

How can the field prepare for the future, when expertise in software engineering and development is needed across all engineering disciplines, asks Dean Mika Grundström.

Keep your feet on the ground when you go to the cloud

1/2018
Keep your feet on the ground when you go to the cloud

Keep your feet on the ground when you go to the cloud

Billy Brumley develops information security, hardware-assisted security and cryptography. What worries him most is how quickly people are willing to give up their privacy and leave their data unprotected.

First thought in the morning: Let’s do it!

1/2018
First thought in the morning: Let’s do it!

First thought in the morning: Let’s do it!

First of all a human being, equal with all others. Then a scientist. This is how Amandeep Singh, who is pursuing a doctoral degree in materials science at TUT, describes himself.

Immersive Media goes Disruptive!

1/2018
Immersive Media goes Disruptive!

Immersive Media goes Disruptive!

This is not just a title, but the name of a state-funded project by Business Finland Immersive Media Disruption (IMD) is an initiative of industry and academic partners to advance the technology field of immersive media and Virtual Reality (VR).

Pure entertainment and critical safety

1/2018
Pure entertainment and critical safety

Pure entertainment and critical safety

Immersive experiences are becoming everyday reality at CIVIT. The centre has recently moved to new state-of-the-art facilities that bring together a flexible infrastructure and research expertise that covers all the areas of immersive technologies.

New ultrafast measurement technique shows how lasers start from chaos

1/2018
New ultrafast measurement technique shows how lasers start from chaos

New ultrafast measurement technique shows how lasers start from chaos

How do laser pulses emerge? A recent research paper co-authored by photonics researchers from TUT and published in Nature Photonics demonstrates how laser pulses emerge from noise as if out of nowhere and display complex collapse and oscillation dynamics before settling down to stable operation.

Serious injuries should not be overlooked

The number of fatalities is typically the main indicator for road safety. Researchers in the Transport Research Centre Verne have investigated how the number of serious road traffic injuries reshapes our notion of road safety.

Campus IoT network now available

Digita has installed a LoRa base station on the roof of the Kampusareena building to build an Internet of Things (IoT) network that extends across the campus and the surrounding area. It offers students hands-on experience of IoT networks and opens up new business opportunities for the companies.

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