Apply to Aalto Thesis project: HSL - Software Production 2.0!

How to develop software production's methods and processes in a large public sector organisation? Apply to Aalto Thesis programme to tackle HSLs challenge through your Master’s thesis as a part of the multidisciplinary team. The application period for this project is 10.-27.10.2019.
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PROJECT: HSL – Software Production 2.0

Language of the project: Finnish

  • The working language of this project is Finnish, but you may write your Master's thesis on your preferred language (e.g. English)

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Aalto Thesis

Aalto Thesis is a project-based and multidisciplinary programme for making the master’s thesis as a part of the team with work-life collaboration. 2-4 students from various Aalto schools form a team, in which they solve work-life partner's challenges through thesis works.

The students selected for the programme will receive a tax-free grant worth of 5,000 € for living expenses during the thesis work. Read more about Aalto Thesis here.

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Niina Pitkänen

Niina Pitkänen

Department of Information and Service Economy
Aalto Thesis Programme Manager
Silva Saulio

Silva Saulio

Department of Computer Science
Project Employee
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