Monthly Archives: November 2018

Industrial robotics is starting to use psychology to create perceptual experiences

Written by Valentina Ramirez Millan, HTI student in Psychology of Pervasive Computing course Based on the Future of Robotics in Finland Seminar In a technical world created by mathematicians, engineers and software developers it is easy to feel lost and … Continue reading

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SEFI2018 – Nothing is rotten in the state of Denmark

In September I had a chance to visit the European Society for Engineering Education or SEFI2018 conference: “Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Engineering Education Excellence”. There were 164 papers, 20 workshops, 365 delegates in the conference. The venue DTU (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Research Assistant Aleksi Hiltunen

Introducing the robot whisperer Aleksi Hiltunen 🙂 Though I have been working here in TUT for almost a year already, I have never blog-introduced myself. Here it goes: I am working in Human-Centered Robotics, the IHTE project, and more precisely, … Continue reading

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Work practise (TET) on Pervasive Computing Lab

I have been in work practice program at Tampere University of Technology. It was very good place. I have had a lot of good time in there. I have edited videos and programmed robots. There a met this awesome man, … Continue reading

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Brainwolking on Psychology of Pervasive Computing course

Written by Aparajita Chowdhury, the course assistant Let’s take our brains out for a walk! We have (again) been conducting an interesting activity on the course called Psychology of Pervasive Computing. The course is itself very interesting as it connects different … Continue reading

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Greetings from the robotic English class!

I call this research case as “a study of good mood and spirit”. Let me tell you why.. The long-term field study (3 months) of the language learning and teaching experiences with the social robot Elias (developed by Utelias Technologies) … Continue reading

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