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Upcoming events

TUT’s Event Bulletin for companies


Talent Boost  Spouse event

Event brings together key players and maps out potential forms of collaboration to promote Finland as a destination for international talents. Companies, city representatives, changemakers in professional and business communities, and policymakers are invited! International talents are warmly welcome to the event to bring their valuable contributions to the planning process. The event is part of the Talent Boost - International talents boosting growth programme of the Finnish Government and is organized by the Tampere3 universities.

Time: 22 March 2018 at 11:30–18:00
Place: TUT, Kampusareena-building, Korkeakoulunkatu 7, Tampere


Inaugural lectures showcases new professors

Tampere University of Technology's newly appointed professors Jaakko Akola, Nina Helander, Matti Sommarberg, Tuomas Virtanen, Evgeny Kucheryavy, Pasi Peura and Andre S. Ribeiro give their inaugural lectures on 21 March. The new professors discusses the central questions, latest achievements, and future concerns of their fields of research.

Time: 21 March 2018 at 10:00
Place: TUT, Tietotalo Building, rooms TB103 and TB104, Korkeakoulunkatu 1, Tampere


TUT Energy Seminar: Bioenergy 

Next TUT Energy seminar takes place in April. Theme of the event is bioenergy. All the presentations will be in English. Participation is free of charge, but requires enrolment.

Time: 12 April 2018 at 8:30
Place: Tampere University of Technology, Rakennustalo building room RG202, Korkeakoulunkatu 5, Tampere


Save the Date: Nordic-Baltic VPHi Workshop

Nordic-Baltic VPHi Workshop in June at Tampere brings together researchers from the region to facilitate collaboration and to discuss need/ways of getting more organised on VPH-related activities.

Time: 10
12 June 2018
Place: Tampere, Finland


Technology Research news


TUT and CERN tighten collaboration in AI and robotics research

The goal of the collaboration is to improve the efficiency and safety of maintaining CERN’s particle accelerators through AI and robotics technology. The partners will especially develop methods for interpreting diverse sensor data and explore human-robot interaction.


9 Tenure Track positions open in Intelligent Machines

Tampere University of Technology has a strong record of achievement in the fields of Intelligent Machines. We are now further strengthening these fields by opening 9 Tenure Track positions.