Monthly Archives: March 2015

Test users wanted for a collaborative game

Javier Tresaco, who is doing his thesis in thesis in the pervasive computing department, in the UX field with Thomas Olsson, is conducting a series of user studies on next week. Javier would like to have more attendees, so this … Continue reading

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Finland Distinguished Professor Programme (FiDiPro) visiting professor joins Pervasive Computing

Since January 1, 2015 I have joined the Department of Pervasive Computing at TUT as a part-time visiting professor. My appointment at TUT is part of the Finland Distinguished Professor Programme (FiDiPro), and involves a joint project with Prof. Jarmo … Continue reading

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Happy Clouds in Berlin

EASI-CLOUDS project won an award at ITEA-Artemis co-summit! For more information about the award see: The mission of the EASI-CLOUDS project was to develop advanced cloud technologies. The vision has been that customers can compare, select and buy computing as … Continue reading

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Opetuksen kehittämisryhmä

Opetuksen kehittämisryhmiä on TTY:llä ollut nyt pari vuotta jokaisella laitoksella. Ainakin alkuvaiheessa, kun tehtäväksi tuli valmistella uudet koulutusohjelmat, aikaa ei riittänyt juuri muuhun kuin tähän, mikä helposti tuntuu byrokratialta. Mutta pelkkää byrokratiaa ei toiminta ole ollut. Konkreettisimpia muita tapahtumia ovat … Continue reading

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Celkee is missing your views!

From the beginning of the year, people at Pervasive Computing have started getting emails from Celkee Insight asking for their views and informing them on the latest trends. These come from the Celkee tool the department has started using for … Continue reading

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Travelling the road to the Continuous Deployment

As a part of Digile 2015 program, we have had an expectionally good opportunity to collaborate with several companies and other universities. Armed with an access to for such formidable resources, researchers for TUT together with colleagues from University of … Continue reading

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