Digi Breakfast "Smart Campus"

Lecturer : 
Event type: 
Doctoral dissertation
Event time: 
2014-12-10 08:00 to 09:30
Open Innovation House (OIH), Otaniementie 19, Espoo

Come and discuss with us how to turn the campus in a future lab for research!

10 Dec 2014 at 8:00-9:30 o'clock

Open Innovation House, Otaniementie 19, Espoo

Please register no later than 7 Dec at



Kai Kuikkaniemi, HIIT: Computer Supported Live Participation in Classrooms and Corporate Events

Teemu Vesanen, VTT: Energy and indoor environment measurements in Otaniemi

Perttu Hämäläinen, Aalto SCI+ARTS: Gamifying physical activity: Motivating exercises around the campus

Petri Vuorimaa, Aalto SCI: AaltoWindow: Open Multi-Touch Platform for Campus Learning Hubs

Vishal Singh, Aalto ENG: Building Information Modelling Ecosystem for Smart Spaces: Research Plans @ Aalto BIM Initiative

The Digi Breakfasts are arranged by the Digi Platform which is Aalto's
new means of collaboration in the field of ICT and digitalisation, to
maximize Aalto's internal synergies in a non-exclusive manner, and to
increase Aalto's external visibility. In the Digi Breakfasts, Aalto's
key digi themes are discussed within the Aalto community and with
outside stakeholders.  See the list of previous events at

Digitalization is having a tremendous effect in today's and tomorrow's
industries, economics and society at large. Digitalization is a key
strong area at Aalto University: ICT, media, computation and modelling
have been identified as areas of strong expertise in Aalto's RAE 2009
evaluation. There are about 80 professors at Aalto directly focused on
ICT and media, and another 80 are in fields strongly related to
digitalization. Topics include, but are not limited to: computer
science, media, computational sciences, networks, communications,
signal processing, automation, mechatronics, games, information and
service economy, and so on. Joining forces across Aalto we can achieve
a significant impact in several fields. See more at

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