Author Archives: Kari Systä

Person of the Day: Prof. Kari Systä

I’m on my second “stint” at  TUT and my cv consists of three parts 1980-1995 I studied Electrical Engineering and Software Technology, and worked in various research projects. The topics ranged from Ada-language, software visualization to formal methods. 1995-2011 I … 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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Post graduate seminar on virtualization (and cloud) technology

Introduction On second week of February TUT Pervasive Computing plans to start a new post grad seminar on virtualization (and cloud) technologies. In case you are interested please mark the preferred time in our doodle: For more information: contact … Continue reading

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Oliopäivät – object days

Back in 1992 Finland suffered from economical down-turn and companies did not sent their employees to training or networking events. Professor Ilkka Haikala decided to act and organized a free and volunteer-based seminar named “Nääsvillen oliopäivät”. English translation could be … Continue reading

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Frontiers in Education, El Paso, Texas

You know that you are in Texas when the meeting rooms are named according to different types of cows (Agnus, Hereford, Longhorn, …) So, I was in El Paso Texas to present a paper “Global vs. Local – Experiences from … Continue reading

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Summer seminar on multi-device software

On 16-17.6 we organized an Inforte  seminar on multi-device software.  The guiding introduction for the seminar was: The world has changed from single client-server architectures to multi-device architectures where the 1) users use several client devices, 2) data is generated … Continue reading

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Hyvät ja hauskat ideat kannattaa toteuttaa

English summary: this blog is about a game and its creation process. The game is related to the forthcoming elections in Finland. The candidates all over the Finland have responded to questions asked by the Finnish TV and radio broadcasting … Continue reading

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Liquid writing of a paper about Liquid Software

A blog about one research theme, about one recently accepted paper and about the process of writing the paper. The paper Three professors write a paper together within a tight schedule without f2f discussions – and two of the professors … 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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Easi-Clouds ITEA review – and on importance of demos

(The important message “demo or die” is at the end) Easi-Cloud is an international collaboration project with partners from Finland, France, Germany, South Korea and Egypt. The project worked on new issues of cloud computing. Especially brokering (ways to find … Continue reading

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