Category Archives: research

Person of the Day: Adjunct Professor Jussi Collin

Jussi Collin is a senior research fellow with inertial sensors applications as a research topic. He has been inventing and implementing algorithms for all kinds of gadgets and moving machines, where ever accelerometers and gyroscopes can provide useful information on … Continue reading

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Portable Computing Language (pocl) 1.0 released

The Customized Parallel Computing (CPC) research group leads the development of an open source OpenCL implementation called Portable Computing Language (pocl). After some time in making, we are proud to announce the 1.0 release which passes all of the OpenCL 1.2 conformance … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Lecturer Matti Rintala

Hi! I’m Matti Rintala, working as a lecturer in our lab. I’m about as “permanent” staff as can be, I’ve been working at TUT for over twenty years now, mainly teaching courses both for our students and the industry, but … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Professor Jari Multisilta

Jari Multisilta has two roles at TUT. In addition to being the director of the University Consortium of Pori (UCPori), he is a part time professor of multimedia. He has been at TUT since 1988, starting as a research assistant at … Continue reading

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New Kactus2 release

Kactus2 version 3.5.0 has been released. The latest version features fully updated graphical user interface which better meets the expectations for modern desktop use. We continue our line of work for enabling full design parametrization from the highest level of … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Assistant professor Outi Sievi-Korte

Outi Sievi-Korte joined the laboratory of Pervasive computing in January 2009 (well, then it was called the Department of Software Engineering) to work with prof. Kai Koskimies in the Academy of Finland funded project “Darwin”. While the evolutionary project producing … Continue reading

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A Maximum Lovable Dissertation?

After the summer holidays, it was again time for another defense of a doctoral thesis in our lab. So today, on the 18th of August, it was MSc (Tech) Laura Hokkanen who was on the hot seat for a good … Continue reading

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When Crypto meets the Real World: Summer School in Real-World Crypto and Privacy

As member of the security group working on crypto, we had the opportunity to travel to Sibenik in Croatia for vacations to the summer school in real-world cryptography and privacy. The summer school was packed with beer, cherries, lectures and talks … Continue reading

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Conference trip to XP2017 in Cologne

Last week me and Anna-Liisa had a great opportunity travel to Cologne for the XP2017 (https://www.xp2017.org/index.php) conference. Not only was it nice to enjoy the first rays of real summer sunshine in central Europe, but the conference itself was a … Continue reading

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Väitös jaettujen digitaalisten mediasisältöjen kautta tapahtuvasta vuorovaikutuksesta

Pitkään Tietotekniikan laitoksen IHTE-ryhmässä vaikuttaneen Jarno Ojalan väitöskirja ”Studies of Content-Mediated Interaction: Insights into Activities, Motivations and User Experience Design” tarkistettiin julkisesti Tampereen teknillisessä yliopistossa perjantaina 7.4.2017. Väitöskirjassaan Ojala keskittyi jaettujen digitaalisten mediasisältöjen kautta tapahtuvaan vuorovaikutukseen ja siihen liittyvään käyttäjäkokemukseen … Continue reading

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