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Continued donations from F-Secure and Huawei support scholarships for Master's students
Computer Science at Aalto ranks 88th in the Times Higher Education Ranking. Engineering and technology placed 101-125 in the world.
HICT Pitch & Pizza competition event was held in Computer Science building’s Learning Hub on Wednesday 7thNovember.
Quantum Garden, a new and exciting Science and Art project, will be exhibited from 16.11 until 14.12. at A Bloc shopping center, Otaniemi.
The Department of Computer Science at Aalto University invites applications from tenure-track candidates for the Assistant Professor level, as well as from candidates with outstanding records for tenured Associate or Full Professor levels.
Aalto University’s Computer Science reached to TOP 10 in Europe this year in the U.S. News, NTU and Shanghai rankings.
Do you have questions on digitalisation and its impacts? Want to know more on AI, platforms or industrial internet? Are you interested in circular economy, ecosystems or wellbeing technologies? Call a researcher!
Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence and research groups from Aalto received €1.4M funding from The Future Makers program
Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence and research groups from Aalto received €1.4M funding
Over the years, his childhood enthusiasm with programming and mathematical models was developed into research in real-time machine learning and sensor fusion.
Project course led to the creation of a mobile game – collecting sensor data from the environment using a magic wand
Students created a mobile game that’s played on a real map of the players’ surroundings. They collect phone sensor data from the environment with a magic wand and use it in battles.
What do the personal networks of Alvar Aalto, Jean Sibelius or Eliel Saarinen look like and how do they intertwine? The application is based on over 13 000 biographies.
Assistant Professor Chris Brzuska feels very lucky to be able to interact with great people in mathematics and computer science in a meaningful way, every single day.
State-of-the-art detectors that screen out online hate speech can be easily duped by humans, shows new study.
Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT will join Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI launched by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki as a third founding member.
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.
FCAI is a research centre launched by Aalto University and University of Helsinki, which gathers together the best artificial intelligence researchers in Finland.
Professor Kaski, pioneer of computational complex systems research in Finland, will continue to work as senior adviser at Aalto.