Co-operation with companies and partners
The department of Computer Science has a long tradition of co-operation with the surrounding society and the business world. The department cooperates with industry in all the important research areas including data science, data security, digital health and industrial internet.
Partnerships are vital for us as we believe that co-operation enhances the significance and impact of research results and improves our students' learning experience by bringing in real-life business examples to teaching.
As a part of Aalto University we offer multiple forms of co-operation to companies, communities and alumni.
Our Alumni and Corporate Relations team coordinates, maintains and supports the co-operation.
Read the news article: Department of Computer Science puts effort on industry cooperation both in research and teaching.
The department has also collaboration with companies in the student projects. We have included some ideas and case studies here.
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The Department of Computer Science has hosted several research projects that were successfully commercialized. These include:
Computer Science Matchmaking Event in March was an event where Computer Science met Business. The event was especially targeted at ICT and digitalization experts.
Opening seminar included the following topics:
- Director, Professor Jouko Lampinen, Department of computer science: Overview of opportunities
- Professor Perttu Hämäläinen: The future of exercise: Creating new sports with game design and technology
- Director Harri Kiljander, F-Secure: Co-operation opportunities for companies in computer science education
- Professor Aristides Gionis: Web-scale network analysis for insight into the modern world
- Professor Jukka Suomela: Local algorithms for distributed computing: The only way to scale computation
- Professor Tapani Raiko: Deep learning: The new age of machine intelligence
In addition to the opening seminar, the Match Making event introduced the demo stands, pitch presentations by computer science doctoral students, examples of student achievements in cooperation projects, and networking.