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Digital twin - älyä suunnitteluun

Tekoäly ja koneoppimiseen perustuva parametrinen suunnittelu on kuuma juttu teollisuudessa ja rakennusalalla. Suunnittelutyökalut, kuten XR, SXR, Digital Twin, AI ja ML tuovat uusia mahdollisuuksia koneiden, tuotannon ja rakennetun ympäristön elinkaaren hallintaan. Näissä on nähtävissä isoja mahdollisuuksia suunnittelun tuottavuuden kasvattamiseen. TechBites-tapahtumassa tapaat aihepiirin keskeisiä asiantuntijoita yliopistosta ja elinkeinoelämästä. Tervetuloa verkostoitumaan ja nauttimaan tekniikan parhaita paloja!

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Keynote videos

Asko Rouvinen

Senior Technical Advisor, Mevea Oy

 

 

 

Osku Torro

Väitöskirjatutkija, Tampereen yliopisto

 

 

 

Professorit Kari T. Koskinen ja Asko Ellman

Tampereen yliopisto

 

 

 

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Elastronics

Grab your TechBites and explore possibilities of stretchable, flexible and wearable electronics - elastronics! Build contacts and join discussions with key people from companies and research teams. Event is organised by Tampere University.

Who’s it for?

Private businesses and decision makers.

What to expect?

It's all about hard science spiced up with a bit of entertainment. Read more.

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Keynote speakers

Dr. Juha Virtanen

Principal Engineer, Wearable Sensors, GE Healthcare

Dr Juha Virtanen is Principal Engineer in GE Healthcare with extensive experience from startups to large corporations. His main focus at the moment is on wearable patient monitoring sensors.

Professor Matti Mäntysalo

Electronics and Communications Engineering, Tampere University

Professor Mäntysalo focuses on printed electronics technologies and its applications for example in healthcare and smart environments. He develops stretchable, ultra-thin, and conformable electronics. Read more about his research project Elastronics in Finnish/inEnglish.

Professor Donald Lupo

Electronics and Communications Engineering, Tampere University

Professor Lupo and his group develop energy autonomous sensors and printable sensor circuitry. They use novel materials and thin film devices based on non-toxic materials and low cost processes like printing. The group aims to enable the digitalization of our everyday world in a economically and environmentally sustainable way. 

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5G and beyond

Grab your TechBites of possibilities of 5G technology and even beyond 5G! Build contacts and join discussions with key people from companies and research teams. Event is organised by Tampere University of Technology.

Who’s it for?

Private businesses and decision makers.

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Keynote videos

Jukka Lempiäinen

Professor / Electronics and Communications Engineering

Professor Lempiäinen targets to find new revolutionary solutions and applications for mobile communications technology fields. He also initiates national discussion and demand to have emergency mobile network in commercial fequencies for all inhabitants in Finland.

Jukka Talvitie

University Lecturer, Electronics and Communications Engineering

Jukka Talvitie pursues novel approaches to utilize 5G and beyond communications signals for a wide variety of industrial verticals, especially focusing on localization and environment awareness. Besides academic contribution, he has several years of experience from various research and development projects in communications industry.

Matti Keskinen

Nokia internal consultant, Nokia Oyj

Matti Keskinen manages R&D and Business related consultant items in Nokia Networks. He has held various positions within Nokia since 1982 and is world class recognized expert turning different solutions to successful business.

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Robotics and AI for Industry

Grab your TechBites of the future of robotics and AI technology and its applications! Build contacts and join discussions with key people from companies and research teams. Event is organised by Tampere University of Technology.

Who’s it for?

Private businesses and decision makers who would like to benefit of the ongoing digitalization for industry and society.

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Keynote videos

Reza Ghabcheloo

Associate Professor, TUT

Solves challenging robotics problems, builds autonomous robots to work for human and with human, and trains future robotics engineers to be able to do so.

Jose Luis Martinez Lastra

Professor, TUT

Leads FAST-lab which promotes the seamless knowledge integration of humans and machines.

Jussi Poikonen

AI Development Lead, Remote & Autonomous Operations, Rolls-Royce Marine

Focuses on machine learning models for situational awareness and navigation systems. Works as an AI development lead for remote and autonomous operations at Rolls-Royce Marine

Kuvaaja Sami Reivinen / Tampereen yliopiston kuvapankki.

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Future Imaging

Grab your TechBites of the future of imaging technology and its applications! Build contacts and join discussions with key people from Tampere-based imaging companies and some international visitors. Tampere University of Technology organizes the event in collaboration with Tampere Imaging Ecosystem.

Who’s it for? The event is intended for all those who apply imaging technologies to products or services, including computer/machine vision, optics, camera design, intelligent automation, automotive applications and so on.

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Keynote videos

Juha Alakarhu

Vice President, Imaging, Axon

Developer of Nokia’s 41 Megapixel Monster Camera and VR Camera Ozon is now in charge of the Imaging team at Axon’s newly established Tampere unit. The team develops wearable cameras for police as well as cameras for police cars.

Joni Kämäräinen

Associate professor, Signal Processing, TUT

Leads a team of nine researchers who develop computer vision, pattern recognition and Image Google. “Our major goal is to do everything with a camera that people can do with their eyes.”

Atanas Gotchev

Professor, Signal Processing, TUT

“The ultimate aim of modern visual technologies is to convincingly reproduce reality and to relay information in a natural way.”