19.10.2022 | Front page Research, Development and Innovation
Southwest Finland to become an international education and development centre for virtual productionThe number of virtual productions is growing rapidly, but a shortage of talent is holding back business growth in Finland. Virtual productions bring new opportunities to all the top industry sectors in the region, such as the marine and pharmaceutical industries, in the fields of design, simulation, product development and training.
6.10.2022 | Front page Research, Development and Innovation
Turku UAS team receives third position in International Federated Tumor Segmentation challengeThe PRIVASA research group from the Health Technology lab at Turku University of Applied Sciences (HT-TUAS), Finland has received an honorary award at 3rd position in the International Federated Tumor Segmentation challenge (FeTS2022).
19.9.2022 | Turku UAS Front page Research, Development and Innovation
Principal lecturer Mojtaba Jafaritadi conducts artificial intelligence research at a top university - "At Stanford, there is a culture where you are encouraged to take smart risks"Mojtaba Jafaritadi, artificial intelligence scientist and Principal Lecturer at Turku University of Applied Sciences, will start his second year of research fellowship at Stanford in September.
13.9.2022 | Front page Research, Development and Innovation
Maritime industry VR training applications developed by Turku University of Applied Sciences attract interest around the worldMaritime VR training applications attracted great interest at the Turku University of Applied Sciences’ booth during Posidonia, a major shipping exhibition held in the early summer in Athens. The applications are currently being tested in collaboration with the Swedish Chalmers University of Technology.
5.9.2022 | Studies Front page Alumni stories
A Master’s degree in business administration accumulated new skills – PhD researcher in cell biology Preethy Paul is now also an MBAPreethy Paul, a researcher from India, has been working on human papilloma virus (HPV) research at Åbo Akademi University since 2009. Based on her research work, she cofounded a start-up, Anison Therapeutics Oy, focusing on treatment of warts caused by HPV. The Master’s degree will help Paul in the marketing of finished products in the future.
31.8.2022 | Turku UAS Studies Front page
Turku UAS responds to the lack of experts in ICT and early childhood education with international degree programmesThe first degree programme conducted in English in the field of social services has been launched at Turku University of Applied Sciences. The degree programmes in social services and Information and Communications Technology aim to respond to the constantly growing need for employees and disseminate Finnish competence globally.
13.6.2022 | Front page Research, Development and Innovation