A public lecture series 'Internet Forum' 2016
Welcome to discuss current topics and the opportunities related to digitalisation. The lectures will be open to everyone free-of-charge.
In autumn 2016, Aalto University will organise the Internet Forum a series of public lectures that will focus on 'Services, Information and Network Technology in the Digital Transition". The eight lectures in total will focus on the possibilities presented by digitalisation from various perspectives. The development of digitalisation is one of Aalto University's key areas in research and teaching.
Each lecture can also be viewed either via a live stream or at a later time online.
The Twitter hashtag for the lectures is #aaltodigi.
The lectures will be open to everyone free-of-charge. Participation does not require signing up in advance. The lectures will be held in English.
Link to the live stream and earlier broadcasts
The Value of Digitalisation in Services
- Sampo Hietanen, MaaS Global
- Elias Pöyry, Eera Oy
Tuesday 27.9.2016 at 17.15-19.00: The Effects of the Digital Transition in Health Care
- Visa Honkanen, HUS
- Eeva Nyberg-Oksanen, Terveystalo
The Importance of Information in Digitalisation
Tuesday 4.10.2016 at 17.15-19.00: My Data (and the EU Data Protection)
- Eija Warma, Castrén & Snellman
- Antti Poikola, MyData Alliance
Tuesday 11.10.2016 at 17.15-19.00: Big Data
- Sami Masala and Markku Alanko, Posti
- Joni Ojamäki, Solita
Network Technology and Infrastructure
Tuesday 1.11.2016 at 17.15-19.00: Industrial Solutions and Mobile Technology
- Lasse Eriksson, Cargotec
- Jukka Manner, Aalto University
Tuesday 8.11.2016 at 17.15-19.00: Seacables and Physical Infrastructure of Digitalization
- Ari-Jussi Knaapila, Cinia Ltd.
- Mikael Nyberg, The Ministry of Transport and Communications
Internet of Things
Tuesday 15.11.2016 at 17.15-19.00: IoT Solutions in Practise
- Markus Kantola, SATEL Oy
- Heli Antila, Fortum Ltd.
Heading to the Future
Tuesday 29.11.2016 at 17.15-19.00: What the Digital Future Looks Like?
- Petri Aaltonen, FiCom
- Risto Siilasmaa, Nokia Corporation
Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll
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Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering