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The many possibilities of the digital revolution

The Internet Forum, a public lecture series, which is open to everyone free-of-charge, will focus on current topics related to digitalisation.
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The digital revolution brings with it many service and business opportunities. In autumn 2016, Aalto University will organise the Internet Forum a series of public lectures that will focus on 'Services, Information and Network Technology in the digital transition ". The eight lectures in total will focus on the possibilities presented by digitalisation from various perspectives.

'The development of digitalisation is one of Aalto University's key areas in research and teaching. The public lecture series presents a good opportunity for experts in academics and industry to discuss topical issues,' Aalto University Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll explains.

Each lecture can also be viewed either via a live stream or at a later time online.

The first lecture will be held on 20 September at 17.15 in Otaniemi. Please, see the programme for the entire lecture series on the event's web page.

The program will be specified and added to during the early autumn. Participation does not require signing up in advance.

We hope to see you there!

Further information:
Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll
+358 40 527 6173
[email protected]
Aalto University
Twitter: @JarnoLim

 

Photo: Aki-Pekka Sinikoski

 

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