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.
Mathematics and Arts Colloquium: Salvador Dali and the Fourth Dimension - public talk by Thomas Banchoff
Thomas F. Banchoff is a geometer, and an emeritus professor.
The title of thesis is “UHF RFID transponder antenna solutions for enhanced performance and producibility”
Although our everyday perception of space tells us that it is composed of three spatial dimensions of length, height and width, it is possible to imagine a space having four spatial directions that are exactly identical with respect to each other, and meet at right angles. This concept of a four-dimensional space has had a profound and lasting effect not only on philosophy, mysticism, mathematics, and theoretical physics, but also on fiction and visual arts.
EIT Manufacturing - Webinar 2 / Main Call Proposals Submission
Friday 3rd May, 14h00-16h00 CEST
Friday 3rd May, 14h00-16h00 CEST
Innovate with Europe's top university-based 5G testing and experimental network at the 48 hour hackathon taking place on May 3-5 in Otaniemi.
The 8th annual scientific seminar "Theories and research methods in Road Traffic Safety Science" will be hosted by the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd and Aalto University.
The event will advance Finland’s long-term competitiveness by opening career paths for doctoral students, and by bringing together Aalto University’s top academic experts and companies and organizations searching for competence.
CS Forum: Carlee Joe-Wong, CMU ECE "Real-Time Resource Allocation: Meeting Interactive Application Needs in Clouds and Networks"
CS forum is a seminar series arranged at the Department of Computer Science - open to everyone free-of-charge. Coffee is served at 14:00 and the talk begins at 14:15.
Games Now! is an open lecture series on the dominant topics and emerging trends in games.
Aalto Quantum Physics Seminar (Nanotalo). Speaker: Roope Kokkoniemi (QCD, Aalto)
Welcome to the first U-create symposium on transdisciplinarity in art and design. The aim is to share ideas and practices related to art and design pedagogy within the Aalto community.
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.