Helsinki ICT Research Events

This event feed aggregates content from the Research Events feeds from the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT, Aalto University Department of Computer Science, and the University of Helsinki Department of Computer Science.

  • Weekly seminars held jointly by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki.

    Helsinki region machine learning researchers will start our week by an exciting machine learning talk. The aim is to gather people from different fields of science with interest in machine learning. Porridge and coffee is served at 9:00 and the talk will begin at 9:15. The venue for this talk is seminar room Exactum D122, CS building.

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  • CS department's public guest lecture on 'A theory of change through the lens of reconfiguration'. The lecture is open to everyone free-of-charge.

    Amer Mouawad
    University of Bergen

    Host: Prof. Parinya Chalermsook
    Time: 14:15 (coffee at 14:00)
    Venue: T5, CS building

    A theory of change through the lens of reconfiguration

    Abstract:

    The bulk of algorithms research...

  • CS department's public guest lecture on 'Cheminformatics meets the Semantic Web and SKOS'. The lecture is open to everyone free-of-charge.

    Dr Dominik Tomaszuk
    University of Bialystok

    Host: Jouni Tuominen
    Time: 13:15 (coffee at 13:00)
    Venue: T5, CS building

    Cheminformatics meets the Semantic Web and SKOS

    Abstract:

    Cheminformatics is evolving from being...

  • CS department's public guest lecture on 'Open research problems in games and graphics'. The lecture is open to everyone free-of-charge.

    JP Lewis is a tech wizard of Avatar and the Hobbit trilogy, major computer vision researcher, now working at Electronic Arts' SEED research lab on graphics, vision, and AI challenges in the biggest game productions in the world (e.g. Star...

  • Welcome to discuss current topics and the opportunities related to digitalisation.

    In autumn 2017, Aalto University will organise the Internet Forum a series of public lectures that will focus on 'The future and safety of technology". 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...

  • Games Now! is a lecture series of hot topics of the game industry and playful cultures. Jaakko Kemppainen will give a talk on “Game Design – A Year in Review”

    Aalto University’s Media Lab are proud to present the fifth annual Games Now! -lecture series.

    Games Now! is a lecture series of hot topics of the game industry and playful cultures. In Games Now! we dig deeper to what is...

  • Biweekly Computer Science networking event for Aalto professors.

    The Aalto Computer Science (CS) Professors' Lunch is a biweekly networking event sponsored by the Department of Computer Science. It is an informal occasion to get to know our colleagues and their research. Its objective is to foster collaboration between professors working in diverse areas of CS within the School of Science and beyond. Each event features a short presentation by an internal speaker...

  • Weekly seminars held jointly by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki.

    Helsinki region machine learning researchers will start our week by an exciting machine learning talk. The aim is to gather people from different fields of science with interest in machine learning. Porridge and coffee is served at 9:00 and the talk will begin at 9:15. The venue for this talk is seminar room T5, CS building.

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  • Title of the dissertation is: Creating, Tailoring, and Distributing Program Animations – Supporting the Production Process of Interactive Learning Content

    Teemu Sirkiä, M.Sc.(Tech.), will defend the dissertation "Creating, Tailoring, and Distributing Program Animations – Supporting the Production Process of Interactive Learning Content" on 22 September 2017 at 12 noon at the Aalto University School of Science, lecture hall T2,...

  • CS department's public guest lecture on '5G Network Slicing Concepts, Requirements and Practice'. The lecture is open to everyone free-of-charge.

    Dr. Konstantinos Samdanis
    Principal Researcher at Huawei for 5G carrier networks

    5G Network Slicing Concepts, Requirements and Practice

    Abstract

    Network slicing has evolved from a simple fixed network overlay concept to a fundamental feature of the emerging multi-provider...

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