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Upcoming events

TUT’s Event Bulletin for companies


AI Morning is here again!

Come as an expert to guide companies through the jungles of machine learning, or as a company to build networks for overcoming the challenges central to you! Programme:

  1. Petri Moisio, Novatron
    ”Soil analysis based on impedance measurement”
  2. Farinha Ricardo, Sweco
    ”How AI can make the construction industry more productive”
  3. Mikko Lehtimäki & Ilmo Lounasmaa, OptoFidelity
    “Experiences with Imaging & AI – Artificial intelligence in cosmetic defect analysis”
  4. Jukka Alander, Sitowise & Anna Vilhula, City of Tampere, Smart City, 6Aika
    ”The new Unity 3D city model of Tampere as open data – what next?”

Time: 14 June 2018 at 9 - 12
Place: Kampusklubi, Kampusareena 5th floor, Korkeakoulunkatu 7, Tampere


Systems Engineering

Does your work involve complex environments or systems by which your company creates value to its customers? This training provides a perspective on the disciplines of Systems Engineering and helps you to develop your systems and keep your customers satisfied.


Asteroids and Comets - Inside Out Workshop (ACIO18)

This three-day workshop will concentrate on the recent developments in asteroid and comet research. It will cover both the surface and interior structures the latter of which still remain mainly unknown. Abstract submission will be open until June 15th, 2018. Registration will be open June 25th - August 10th.
Time: 4 - 6 September 2018
Place: Museum Centre Vapriikki, Tampere, Finland


TUT Event Bulletin

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Technology Research News


Great potential of printing technologies for microelectronics manufacturing

In his doctoral dissertation, Behnam Khorramdel employs a futuristic approach to explore the fabrication of selected parts of microelectronics packaging by using additive printing technologies.


RAAS Research Alliance to drive innovation in the automation of transport and logistics

​RAAS aims to develop a leading R&D environment to accelerate the development of automated solutions for sea and land transport, aviation and non-road machinery, as well as draw foreign direct investment. Research Alliance for Autonomous Systems (RAAS) has been launched by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Aalto University, Tampere University of Technology and eight other universities and universities of applied sciences.