Monthly Archives: April 2016

Hauskaa wappua!

Perinne jatkuu: tänäkin vuonna TiTen fuksien haalarien selkää koristaa laitoksemme mainos! Viime vuonna se oli TiTen logon yläpuolella ja tänä vuonna alapuolella. Hauskaa wappua! Etsi wappuhulinasta fuksi ja skannaa QR-koodi mainoksesta! : )

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The Cookbook for Successful Internal Startups

The cookbook for successful internal startups was launched on 26th of April 2016. The book can be downloaded from Companies and research institutions in Digile’s Need for Speed-program ( ) wrote this book as a joint project. Idea for … Continue reading

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New employee at TF207

My name is Hannu Pulli and I came to the Department of Pervasive Computing to work on my Master’s Thesis in the field of Human Computer Interaction. It is a project I started by myself and the people at IHTE … Continue reading

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MA Tanja Walsh defended her doctoral thesis “Online Surveys in Collecting Cross-Cultural Qualitative User Experience Feedback”

On Friday, 15 April 2016 in Tampere University of Technology Tanja Walsh successfully defended her doctoral thesis “Online Surveys in Collecting Cross-Cultural Qualitative User Experience Feedback”. Prof. Gilbert Cockton (Northumbria University, UK) acted as the opponent. The Custos was Prof. Kaisa Väänänen from … Continue reading

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Physical activity brings happiness in our department

In our Tekes-funded Pop Up –project, which focus on new work habits and spaces for knowledge work, we have now two concrete outcomes when it comes to physically active ways of work. Both of them belong to the Brainwolk product … Continue reading

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Software Startups – What does the Science Say?

Tampere 5-6.4. We trained pitching, practiced video making and got lessons on how to apply grounded theory in start-up research. This means that content was versatile, but audience also had a varying background. The majority was PhD students but several … Continue reading

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Compact North Finding System

Our motion sensor group continues to shrink north finders, now we are at approximately 2x2x4 cm size. The next goal is north finder system on a chip (NFSoC) which would allow smartphone applications. North finders measure the earth rate vector … Continue reading

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