Technology plays a considerable role in sustainable development across our globe. During this breakfast, we will start a conversation of the role of technology in sustainability from Materials Engineering viewpoint, which is the new M.Sc. (Tech) major subject in UTU. Speakers are professor Kati Miettunen and university lecturer, Dr. Ulriika Mattinen from University of Turku. Virtual event is targeted to working professionals, students and all interested in expanding their knowledge in diverse perspectives of new technologies. Sign-up for the event: womenintech.fi.
Music in social media, tips for excercise and dance, theatre, virtual coffee breaks together, concert recordings... Find lots to do in our virtual events that you can enjoy at home.
For the second consecutive year, organisers of the Paavo Nurmi Games, an IAAF World Challenge meeting in Turku on 11 June, are offering one of the most unique incentives in the world of sport: break the Finnish all-comers records in the men’s discus or javelin throws, and you’ll be handed a deed to an island in the Turku Archipelago.
Nordicum's article tells how Turku advances on all fronts. The city is eager to continue the integration of corporate and academic worlds in the Turku Science Park, one of the biggest and oldest science parks in Finland.
The car ferry Falco, used a combination of Rolls-Royce Ship Intelligence technologies to successfully navigate autonomously during its voyage between Parainen and Nauvo. The vessel detected objects utilising sensor fusion and artificial intelligence and conducted collision avoidance. It also demonstrated automatic berthing with a recently developed autonomous navigation system.
Turku is a city of science, culture and and sustainable development. We seek to become an international model city of sustainable solutions and a pioneer of mobility. Welcome to Turku - companies, residents and tourists alike!