Monthly Archives: February 2018

When our Pepper robot became a TV star…

The day full of Actor-Robot Interaction On Monday 19th of February the Human-Centered Robotics team was invited to YLE studios with Pepper. The purpose of the day was to shoot material for Robomestarit television series. Robomestarit is a production that … Continue reading

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Erno Salminen’s guest lecture on HW/SW degugging

As part of TIE-50506 System Design, Erno Salminen from Nokia Networks gave a guest lecture on HW/SW debugging on Monday Feb 19 2018. Erno got the PhD at our lab in 2010 and when moved to Nokia SoC team has … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: University Lecturer Timo Aaltonen

I work as a University Lecturer in the Laboratory of Pervasive Computing. Since, my discipline is the data science, I’m responsible for teaching the all the database courses. As Big data rules the world, I have created a new course … Continue reading

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Exciting Summer Jobs in VGA Group

Virtual reality and Graphics Architectures (VGA) research group of Laboratory of Pervasive Computing works on parallel software and hardware techniques needed by the next  generation ultra-realistic mixed reality applications and devices. We are now looking for new programmers and hardware … Continue reading

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Human-Centered Robotics project and teaching @ TUT

Hey there! We have started a new project around Human-Centered Robotics and UX in Robotics and you can imagine that we are very excited about it 🙂 The goal of the project is to develop competences of TUT and TIE … Continue reading

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A new course on gamification this spring!

A new course on gamification, TIE-40306 Gamification: A Walkthrough of How Games Are Shaping Our Lives, will be organized for the first time this spring. On the course top experts on gamification will introduce different aspects to the phenomenon that … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Assistant Professor David Hästbacka

Hi! My name is David Hästbacka and I joined the Laboratory of Pervasive Computing in February as an Assistant Professor in the field of software engineering. Some of you might have seen me before as I’m not new to TUT … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Post-doc Valentina Lenarduzzi

Valentina Lenarduzzi is a post-doctoral research assistant in the Laboratory of Pervasive Computing since February 2018. Her primary research interest is on quantitative and qualitative research in Empirical Software Engineering, with a special focus on software product and process improvement. … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Assistant Professor Davide Taibi

Davide Taibi just joined the Pervasive Computing Lab as tenure track Assistant Professor in Software Engineering. He is working on software quality and maintenance with a special focus on continuous architecting. He is actively involved in several empirical studies to … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: Assistant Professor Antonis Michalas

Hi there! My name is Antonis Michalas and I just started working at Tampere University of Technology (TUT) as an Assistant Professor in the field of Cyber Security. I would like to briefly introduce myself and the work I have … Continue reading

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