New professorship in engineering pedagogy

1/2015
New professorship in engineering pedagogy

New professorship in engineering pedagogy

Tampere University of Technology establishes a new professorship in engineering pedagogy. The professorship is the first of its kind in Finland.

TUT celebrates 50th anniversary

1/2015
TUT celebrates 50th anniversary

TUT celebrates 50th anniversary

The year 2015 marks an important milestone for Tampere University of Technology. The University turns 50 and commemorates the occasion with a series of events and activities running throughout the year.

New test site for autonomous vehicles

1/2015
New test site for autonomous vehicles

New test site for autonomous vehicles

A new test site built on the TUT campus allows researchers to safely test the control systems of autonomous heavy-duty vehicles while excavating and moving earth. A similar test site is not found in any other university in Europe.

Affordable hydrogen fuel under the California sun

1/2015
Affordable hydrogen fuel under the California sun

Affordable hydrogen fuel under the California sun

Harri Ali-Löytty took up a year-long post-doc appointment at Stanford in 2014 to develop artificial solar-fuel generation technology that promises to one day make sustainable hydrogen fuel cheaper than petrol.
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Leena Koskenlaakso
TUT participates in the reliability study of CERN’s proposed future circular collider

TUT participates in the reliability study of CERN’s proposed future circular collider

The European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN has set its sights on building an ambitious successor to the Large Hadron Collider. Professor Seppo Virtanen leads a team of researchers who are working with CERN to foresee and mitigate potential risks associated with the proposed future circular collider in the design stage.
1/2015
Leena Koskenlaakso
Biotechnology speeds up drug development

Biotechnology speeds up drug development

Discovering and developing a new drug may take 20 years and cost a fortune. Researchers at TUT are attempting to turn bacteria, fungi and other microbes into biofactories to accelerate the process. And did you know that new drug leads may be found in Finnish forests?

Tampere University of Technology is at the leading edge of technology development and a sought-after collaboration partner among the scientific and business communities. The University produces competent graduates who enter careers in the different sectors of society.

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