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TUCS Distinguished Lecture Series

TUCS Distinguished Lecture Series is a forum for public lectures by outstanding national and international researchers in all aspects of computing, coming both from academia and industry. All lectures are free and open to the public.

Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS) is a joint research institute of University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University. The research activity in TUCS is currently carried out through four research programmes:

ICT

24.10.2014 Joseph Sifakis (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland) at 13:15, "From Programs to Systems – Building a Smarter World" [Details] [Youtube]

15.5.2014 Teuvo Kohonen (Aalto University, Finland) at 13:15, "Data Management by Self-Organizing Maps" [Details] [Youtube]

25.4.2014 Heikki Topi (Bentley University, USA) at 13:15, "Moving Toward a Research Agenda for the Social, Economic, and Workforce Implications of Big Data Analytics and Decision Making" [Details] [Youtube]

4.4.2014 Johan Håstad (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) at 13:15, "How hard is to find a good solution?" [Details] [Youtube]

14.3.2014 Antti Laine (Google Finland) at 13:15, "Sustainability of Data Centers"

24.2.2014 Jean-Raymond Abrial (Marseille, France) at 13:15, "Faultless Systems: Yes we can!" [Details]

25.10.2013 Axel Jantsch (KTH, Sweden) at 13:15, "The Rise and Fall of System-on-Chip: Driving Concepts and Trends in the Field of Integrated Circuits Between 1990 and 2020" [Details]

27.9.2013 Jan van Leeuwen (University of Utrecth, the Netherlands) at 13:15, "What is Computation?" [Details]

10.6.2013 Christos Papadimitriou (University of California at Berkeley, USA) at 13.15, "Computational Insights and the Theory of Evolution" [Details]

26.2.2013 Kaj Arnö (SkySQL AB, Finland) at 15.00, "World class IT from Finland: Lessons from MySQL AB" [Details] [Bambuser]

3.12.2012 Masakazu Ohashi (Chuo University, Japan) at 13.15, "Business and IT operations continuance in Japan after the 2011 earthquake" [Details]

9.11.2012 Esko Ukkonen (University of Helsinki, Finland) at 13.15, "Stringology and Bioinformatics" [Details]

1.10.2012 Yuri Matiyasevich (Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Saint Petersburg, Russia) at 13.15, "Turing machines vs Diophantine machines" [Details]