Posts from 2020
Ohjelmoinnin MOOC-kurssi: näyttöreittiä pitkin tutkinto-opiskelijaksi
Tietojenkäsittelytieteiden ja Tietotekniikan opiskelijaksi voi keväällä 2021 hakea suorittamalla hyväksytysti näyttöreitiksi valitun opintojakson COMP.CS.100 Ohjelmointi 1: Johdatus ohjelmointiin (5 op) vähintään arvosanalla 3.
In our blogs: What is an ASIC and how to build one?
Our System-on-Chip (SoC) Hub is a joint effort to design new SoCs for 5G, AI, imaging and security applications. SoC Hub collects and boosts national competence from application requirements to prototype chips and completes the overall expertise in embedded systems and microelectronics in Finland.
Digital Storytelling - A Pedagogical Method to Present the Course Learnings for Life <3
Writing has always been a really therapeutic activity for me personally. Now, I am writing this blog post about Digital Storytelling assignment that I trialed in my Psychology in Human-Technology course in it's first ever online implementation. The trial was succesful - students created 64 stories, out of which I have selected some to be shared with you.
Coming soon - enroll now: Advanced Topics on ASIC Implementation (5cr, periods I-II)
The Computing Sciences unit organizes a workshop course on physical design of digital integrated circuits in periods I-II. The course is aimed at students who are interested in pursuing a career in this field in the industry, or professionals who need state-of-the-art digital integrated circuit design skills in their work.
Cross-Compiling Rust to Run on PYNQ-Z1
The PYNQ-Z1 is a versatile hardware platform used within many of our courses. Using xsct, the Xilinx Command Line Tool, one can run software on PYNQ without an operating system (OS) - a method known as bare metal. We repurposed these tools to create an executable from Rust code instead of the usual C. This will allow students to practice writing drivers and embedded software in a modern programming language.
ICWE’20 Successfully Completed
June 9-12, 2020 was exciting times for Aalto University, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Tampere University, and University of Helsinki. We jointly hosted the 20th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE’20, https://icwe2020.webengineering.org/). The conference is one of the key events for the Web Engineering community, and this year it included one day of workshops, tutorials, and PhD symposium, followed by three days of the main event.