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Research in the Faculty of Information Technology

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In mathematical information technology the object of teaching and research is the effective automation of information processing. Main areas of research are scientific computing and its technical applications, software engineering, telecommunication, embedded systems, mobile computing and teacher education.

In Computer Science and Information Systems, information systems and information processing are studied from four major perspectives: technological, human, business, and information. These constitute the generic mission of the department: To understand information systems and information processing comprehensively, including the implications they have, in the context in which they are used by their users

Areas of Research

The dean on the Faculty of Information Technology, Pekka Neittaanmäki, has validated 31.1.2017 the faculty’s main research areas and representatives as the following: Computational Sciences: Tuomo Rossi (Raino Mäkinen, international co-operation Sergey Repin); Software and Telecommunication Technology: Timo Hämäläinen (Tapani Ristaniemi); Information Systems: Mikko Siponen (Tuure Tuunanen) and Cognitive Science and Educational Technology: Tommi Kärkkäinen (Pertti Saariluoma). The research of Cyber Security and Computational thinking and decision-making crosscut all areas presented above.

Research in the Faculty of Information Technology

1. Computational Sciences | Laskennalliset tieteet

2. Software and Telecommunication Technology | Ohjelmistotekniikka ja tietoliikenne

3. Information Systems | Tietojärjestelmätiede

4. Cognitive Science and Educational Technology | Kognitiotiede ja koulutusteknologia

A. Cyber Security | Kyberturvallisuus

B. Computational thinking and decision-making