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Helsinki Family Centres, Finnish Tax Administration and Nordea were very satisfied with the applications generated during the course.
Aalto University student investigates the humanizing of workplaces in her thesis work.
Helsinki Family centres, the Finnish Tax Administration and Nordea join the hackathon course for the digitalisation of services
Nearly 100 students will conceptualise and implement digitalisation projects in the Digitalism Challenge course.
Business representatives interviewed for the article related to strategic investments were informed about the results shortly after the data collection.
The ITP project was a part of the Bank of Finland’s IT transition process.
The students are experts in the service needs and lifestyle habits of the digital generation, which is the base for solving challenges in the #PSChallenge18 course.
Research indicates that at least six factors should be considered.
Digital Business Master Class attracted 29 students from all over the world to the School of Business
The students praised the course arrangements and the challenging teaching practices.
Aalto is #1 in Finland with regard to relative number of research citations and employer reputation.
Innovators are invited to develop apps that improve life on earth by utilising satellite data.
Doctoral graduate Natalie Segercrantz likens research work to being an explorer. In a laboratory, one can encounter something that has never been witnessed before.
Households that received a directed mailing informing them of the guarantee pension program were faster and 50 % more likely to apply for the benefit than households that relied only on public information.
Professor Otto Toivanen and Professor Hannu Vartiainen to lead Helsinki Graduate School of Economics
The Governing Board of Helsinki GSE has selected Professor Toivanen to be Academic Director and Professor Vartiainen to be Academic Deputy Director.
Erkki Liikanen, the Governor of the Bank of Finland has agreed to serve as the chair of the board of the Helsinki Graduate School of Economics (Helsinki GSE)
Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of carbon nanomaterials for health applications and origins and beneficiaries of invention.
Most promising solution in the Hackathon course is an application designed for services for the disabled by the Apotti & Helsinki-Uusimaa cooperative group.
Students are expected to bring forward innovations to support a client-centred approach.
Summer of 2017: 55 students and 14 business projects
The #pshack100 course is one of Aalto University's Finland100 projects.
Registration for the #pshack100 course ends on 25 October.