Creative Technologies

Creative Technologies community has launched a new seminar series that brings researchers together from the fields of computational science, creative technologies, arts and design.
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Tapahtumakuva: Veera Kemppainen

Aalto University has launched a new community in the field of Creative Technologies. Our purpose is to raise the quality of research in the area of creative technology among the international network of researchers in Aalto University. As one of the first actions, we are organizing a new series of monthly seminars starting in September 2022. The seminars will feature high-level speakers both from Aalto and the wider international community of creative technology researchers.  

We welcome you to our second Creative Technologies seminar on the 6 October. At this event we will have presentations from Mary Lou Maher (UNC Charlotte) and Hironori Yoshida (Future University Hakodate). Mary Lou Maher is a Professor in the College of Computing and Informatics at UNC Charlotte and a co-Director of the Human-Centered Computing Lab. Hironori Yoshida is an Associate Professor of School of Systems Information Science.

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Please make sure to save the following dates for the upcoming seminars:
3 November 
1 December 

Creative Technologies community collaborates with Aalto Digital Creatives which is a pre-incubator program tailored for the creative industries. They both utilise the MAGICS infrastructure for human virtualisation. 


Further information:

Katja Reinikka
Producer | Aalto Digital Creatives | Aalto Studios
050 434 8872 | [email protected]

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