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The Department of Information and Service Management (ISM) has launched a digital research calendar

The calendar showcases current and versatile research done at the department.
ISM Research Xmas Calendar
ISM Research Calendar 2020

The Department of Information and Service Management (ISM) has launched a digital research calendar to showcase its current and versatile research. The ISM caters three scientific disciplines, and it may therefore be challenging to grasp what ISM research is all about. Thus, the aim of the calendar is to give the university’s stakeholders a better view to the ISM research landscape and projects. Additionally, ISM students may find lucrative topics for their Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis work. The ISM research is conducted in the fields of 

  • Business Analytics & Management Science
  • Information Systems Science 
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management

The ISM Current Research calendar can be found here https://padlet.com/aaltouniversityism/xmascalendar, and a new door with a short story will be opened each day at 10 o’clock until Christmas eve. Enjoy the journey! 

More information:
Professor Markku Kuula
Head of ISM Department
[email protected]
+358 50 521 8800

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