Author Archives: Pervasive Computing

Hyvää joulua! Happy Holidays!

Pervasive Computing is wistfully ending as a laboratory when Christmas 2018 is coming near. But its like arriving in Pyhäjärvi lake boat and departing for an ocean chip – feeling sad anD excited at the same time. Looking forward to … Continue reading

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Teaching Software Engineering is more than just coding

Teaching professional software engineers goes beyond coding skills. Coding is needed, too Some years back we started a renewal of our beginner to intermediate level software development courses. In this effort we wanted tackle the challenges of: The very first … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architect

Our course Database Design (TIE-22201 2018 Tietokantojen suunnittelu) introduces a method to design relational databases with UML. A properly designed conceptual model of the problem domain is very helpful when creating a relational database. For a few years, we have … Continue reading

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Valentina Lenarduzzi´s Colloquium on Technical Debt at the University of Milano-Bicocca

Valentina Lenarduzzi has been invited to present her research on “Technical Debt Analysis and Prioritization” at the at the University of Milano-Bicocca. Valentina is currently collaborating with prof. Francesca Arcelli Fontana on Technical Debt focusing on architectural issues role such … 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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Plussa 2018 – making learning better

Plussa is working on the development of modern online tools for learning support. The main goal of the work is to develop new functionality to the Plussa learning environment both to the benefit of the students and the teaching staff. … Continue reading

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Andrea Janes Colloquium on “Non-distracting, Continuous Collection of Software Development Process Data.”

At the Laboratory of Pervasive Computing, we were honored to receive another international speaker in our colloquium series this year. Andrea Janes assistant professor presented his ongoing research at the Free university of Bolzano-Bozen (Italy).  Specifically, his research interests include continuous monitoring of software … Continue reading

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COMPACT 2017-2020

COMPACT (Cost-Efficient Smart System Software Synthesis) is an ITEA3 project with 15 partners from Finland, Germany and Austria. The project aims at automated SW stack generation for embedded and IoT devices, especially firmware including operating system, protocol stacks, device drivers … Continue reading

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