Visualizing Knowledge brings together a diverse group of practitioners to discuss data visualization from multiple perspectives. This year’s event is centered around the symbiosis between natural sciences, information design and visual narratives with the key concept of senses – from human senses to machine sensors.
Hook is an annual event focusing on the areal and community development of Aalto University’s campus with its collaborators. This year, the theme is creative ecosystems.
Bringing the technical and business sides together to learn how to understand and speak each other’s “circular economy language”.
This talk is arranged at the Department of Computer Science and it's open to everyone free-of-charge. The talk will take place at 14:00 in lecture room TU3, TUAS building.
Machine Learning Coffee seminars are weekly seminars held jointly by the Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. The seminars aim to gather people from different fields of science with interest in machine learning. Seminars will be held weekly on Mondays at 9:00-10:00.
Special Seminar: Mika Nieminen "Connecting People, Technology and Business with Education and Research"
This talk is arranged at the Department of Computer Science and it's open to everyone free-of-charge. The talk will take place at 09:00 in lecture room AS3, TUAS building.
Avantgarde, tiede ja teknologia; kolmas FAM -seminaari Väreessä 29.4.2019
The title of thesis is “Lightweight Virtualization in Edge Computing for Internet of Things”
The study of rare events is a distinct field of mathematics
This talk is arranged at the Department of Computer Science and it's open to everyone free-of-charge. The talk will take place at 14:00 in lecture room AS3, TUAS building.
Aalto Quantum Physics Seminar (Nanotalo). Speaker: Dr. Debmalya Das (QIC Group, Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI), India)
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The title of the dissertation is "Liiketoimintamallien sisältö, logiikka ja muutos. Tapaustutkimus K-ryhmän liiketoimintamalleista ajanjaksolla 1985–2015."
The dissertation, Performing false hope, examines the dialogical outcomes and ethical issues that emerged from Finnexia®, the primary artistic production of this artistic research. The Finnexia production consisted of a multimedia advertisement campaign for a (fictitious) medication that helps people learn the Finnish language. Finnexia was presented as a performance intervention in the Helsinki Railway Station over the course of three days, in 2012. The performance intended to generate a space for public dialogue about the experience of the foreigner in Finland and the process of learning the Finnish language. As a secondary goal, Finnexia aimed to present a satirical critique of overmedicalization and the proliferation of pill-based treatments for human ailments.