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According to the findings of a recent review article, this type of technology could even help to recognize factors that correlate with mental health disorders
We chat to Ilkka Hyytiäinen and Juha Siivola who, along with Tuomas Planman will support the school as innovation advisors
Academic career wasn't a clear choice to Professors Friedrich Simmel and Francesco Ricci.
Join the front-runner research in artificial intelligence – come to the FCAI flagship community event
Have you ever wondered how to harness the power of artificial intelligence to benefit your own research? Do you wish to collaborate and create something new and exciting with top AI researchers? Do you want to know more about the flagship program of Academy of Finland?
Kukka-Emilia Huhtinen, Ana Maria Triana Hoyos and Antti Tolppanen receive the Master's Thesis Awards.
The topic of the international ITS conference in Otaniemi is information security from the viewpoint of both science and companies.
What hinders manufacturing companies from providing effective maintenance services? Researchers identified three key factors
Poor quality data and information systems that do not communicate with each other prevent companies from providing effective maintenance services
To DNA nanotechnologists, DNA is a smart building material that can be useful in the development of medical applications
Understanding of computer science and mathematics becomes increasingly important in the field of DNA nanotechnology, says Professor Pekka Orponen
Professor Kurt Gothelf: The DNA origami method will undoubtedly influence development of new medicine
An invited speaker of Nantech2019, Kurt Gothelf, was one of the first scientists to develop DNA nanostructures
The newly published work helps to explain why even closely-related species – such as humans and orangutans – have very different looking teeth.
FITech Network University offers free continuous learning in computer science. Applications are welcome!
FITech offers courses responding to the shortage of experts in the ICT sector. Studies in computer science are available at seven universities of technology. A list of available courses has now been published, and it will be complemented during the summer and fall.
How to tackle scarce data and high dimensionality in machine learning? Juho Piironen brings novel techniques to predictive modeling
Doctoral candidate, MSc Juho Piironen, studied Bayesian statistical inference in supervised learning problems and proposed novel techniques to account for uncertainty and computational cost in predictive model construction and feature selection.
The exhibition was inspired by the students' own experiences and relationship with the environment, and adapted to fit into the Cultural Centre.
New app coordinated by Aalto University and Forum Virium Helsinki can make life easier for eco-conscious drivers
Advanced imaging technologies observe one brain area’s ability to rapidly sense our surroundings; lays groundwork for improvements to machine learning and robotics
The Finnish Foundation for Technology Promotion awarded physics lecturer and a pioneer in gamification
Outstanding Teacher of the Year award was given to Jami Kinnunen, lecturer popular with physics students. Juho Hamari was chosen as the Young Researcher of the Year
Aalto's newly tenured professors gave their installation talks 24 April.
To make content shown in information displays more interesting for passers-by, computer scientists apply a theory from behavioral sciences
A new AI approach helps design practitioners to explore visual ideas