Visiting prof. Filippo Lanubile's group Collab at University of Bari (Italy) has been planned and post-poned again and again for the past two years. Finally, a window of opportunity opened in December 2021. One week in Bari lead to several possible collaboration forms in the future and gave a nice introduction to the local cuisine as well. Some things just can't be advanced over Zoom.
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.
Wappu on mielentila ja poikkeuksellisina aikoinakin wappua juhlitaan, mutta perinteitä ja uutta yhdistellen. Wappu is a state of mind and under exceptional circumstances wappu is celebrated with a combination of new and traditional.
Groups of like-minded people do not always engage in the most fruitful cooperation. Instead, different abilities and complementary qualities are needed. The Big Match project is studying how experts should be matched to achieve the best possible results.
Pahin on sähköposti. Tietotyö näyttää ulospäin siistiltä ja helpolta, mutta sen sisältö voi olla kaaosta. Sykemittarin avulla tehty tutkimus osoittaa, että keskeytykset ja jatkuvat ohjelmavaihdokset kuormittavat pahasti tietotyötä.
Odours, like the scent of flowers, can soon also be sensed in virtual reality. A multidisciplinary research project that is beginning at Tampere University is developing a virtual reality world that enables the production and integration of real scent experiences as part of multi-sensory virtual reality (VR) interaction.
Tampere University starts research collaboration with companies creating user interfaces of future cars
Tampere University is leading a ground-breaking project that explores the user interfaces (UI) of future cars. Today’s cars have already become computers with wheels and this trend will continue at full pace. Car manufacturers are developing new information technologies and ways to present the driver with different types of information as needed.