Scholarly Events



Discussion the role and opportunities of new technologies can offer for such experience- and discovery-oriented learning environments.

Spectral imaging and 3D sensor technologies have developed explosively in recent years for a variety of geospatial applications. The integration of multi-modal information both in 2D and 3D enables the automation of several processing, analysis and interpretation tasks based on spatial, spectral, temporal features. New cutting-edge hardware and software solutions have a significant impact on current challenging geospatial applications. To this end, this 3-day workshop (ISPRS SPEC3D) will gather together top scientists and leading industry partners to share the state-of-the-art and their vision for future advances.

The aim of the workshop is to discuss recent trends, advances, and challenging problems in scientific computing, mathematical modeling, and computational mathematics

Jyväskylä Symposium on Emotions in the Human Mind and Social Discourses


FRUCT is the largest regional cooperation framework between academia and industry in form of open innovations. FRUCT conferences are attended by the representatives of 25 FRUCT member universities from Russia, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Ukraine, India, industrial experts from Qt community, EMC, EIT ICT Labs, Nokia Siemens Networks and a number of guests from other companies and universities.

Seminar explores the historical roots and some highlights of the Finnish-Russian scientific collaboration over the centuries. It might be the first in a series of similar events to come.

The Bridges Conference is the world’s largest annual interdisciplinary conference on mathematics and art. The Bridges Finland 2016 is organized as a collaborative effort by the University of Jyväskylä and Bridges Organization. From local organisers, the head coordinator is Professor, Dean Pekka Neittaanmäki from the Faculty of Information Technology and the conference secretary is researcher Kristóf Fenyvesi from the Department of Art and Culture Studies.

100 years of the Galerkin Method

The Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics conference is organized under the aegis of the journal Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics (CMAM) and will be focused on various aspects of mathematical modeling and numerical methods for problems arising in natural sciences and engineering. The CMAM-7 conference is organized by the joint forces of Department of Mathematical Information Technology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, and St. Petersburg Department of V.A. Steklov Institute of Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia.

This workshop brings together experts in the field of quantum computing, quantum-enhanced computing, open quantum systems, and low-temperature physics. The keynote speakers present recent results in the field of error mitigation in quantum computing including composite pulses and refrigeration schemes for the initialization of quantum bits. Contributed talks on related topics such as quantum information, controlled quantum systems, low-temperature devices, and computational methods for solving quantum dynamics are most welcome.