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We chat to Ilkka Hyytiäinen and Juha Siivola who, along with Tuomas Planman will support the school as innovation advisors
Kukka-Emilia Huhtinen, Ana Maria Triana Hoyos and Antti Tolppanen receive the Master's Thesis Awards.
Finland’s president awards Doctoral Candidate Jaakko Korhonen the Life Saving Medal for heroic action
Fixing back problems and improving hygiene at music festivals: innovative ideas by this year’s undergraduate student projects
The theme of this year’s annual SCI course project was health and well-being
Entrepreneurship education takes a leap forward - Lauri Järvilehto appointed as Professor of Practice
Thousands of students have already completed the program that’s designed to inspire and educate entrepreneurs to build new ventures. Järvilehto aims to develop the program further.
Technology can be used, among other things, to improve the accuracy of dispensing medicines and to enhance wound care competence.
Karla Nieminen gives courses on relationship skills and networking. She tests her theses in practice, too, because she used to be “so bad” at being social.
First study dedicated to the world-famous concept: sisu can help people exceed preconceived limitations, but can be detrimental when used unwisely
As well as aiming to fix the programmer shortage, topics on the 5 April event will also include the accountability of the construction industry, climate change, and the net impact of companies.
The topics covered in the alumni seminar also included new business models and the societal impact of AI and digitalisation.
Scientific conferences are expensive, time-consuming and often involve a heavy carbon footprint. Luckily, there are alternatives.
The main objective of BATCircle is to generate added value to sectors manufacturing battery metals and chemicals, and their circular economy.
These young entrepreneurs have already convinced doctors and investors. Their innovation is coming to operating theatres this year.
A new alumni network board gives alumni a stronger voice in the university.
The savings generated by using artificial intelligence-based patient flow management system are a significant demonstration of AI’s capability in making healthcare more efficient.
Siavash Khajavi’s research has great practical relevance because how digital operations of manufacturing firms are managed, is increasingly important for survival and growth in global markets.
The Department of Industrial Engineering and Management welcomes Jukka Luoma with his research interest and expertise in the use of data analytics and quantitative methods in strategic management and decision making.
Innovators actively share knowledge in their networks and, at the same time, they know how to pump information from people.
Peer learning can give you a better understanding of your own strengths and those of your organisation.
Intelligent materials make the manufacturing ecosystems and companies’ business models more sustainable
Better use of information and materials requires intense and more open cooperation between companies.