Monthly Archives: November 2016

Rehearsal defence

The day of one’s thesis defense is a pivotal point in every Ph.D.’s career. It is a day one waits anxiously for  – both as it finally seals the deal on many years of gruesome labor and also because it … Continue reading

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Do you know what are Fatfonts? Or steamgraphs?

Neither did I, but then I went to VIS. IEEE VIS2016 conference was held in October 23-28 at Baltimore, Maryland (USA). With five parallel tracks of visualization and data-analytics related topics, there was much to choose from and lots of … Continue reading

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ICTSS 2016 and Automated Model Construction

A while back I visited the 2016 International Conference on Testing Software and Systems. The conference was held at the Graz University of Technology in Austria. The university is just over 200 years old and right at the city center, … Continue reading

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Oppimisympäristöistä, viihtyvyydestä ja yhteisöllisyydestä

Kooditorion eteläkulmaa koristi vielä avajaisissa yli kaksimetrinen sitruspuu, josta ei valitettavasti ole kukoistuskaudella otettua kuvaa eikä edes tarkempaa tietoa lajikkeesta. Saimme sitruspuun Koskisen Jukalta, joka ei tuolloin itse ollut kastelemassa puuta TTY:n työhuoneellaan, jossa se oli kasvanut viimeiset vuodet. Jostain … Continue reading

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DIMECC Innovation Camp 2016 grows and evolves as a great innovation event

Innovation events, such as student camps are becoming common nowadays. Our department participated in DIMECC Innovation Camp. In the three-day camp, students formed groups that innovated solutions for participating companies’ problems & will ge 2 credit points for the work … Continue reading

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