Come and study technology at the School of Science!
The School of Science offers studies in computer science, engineering physics, industrial engineering and management, information networks, and mathematics and operations research. At the Master level studies conducted in English, you can furthermore specialize in life science technologies or international design business management or choose to complete an international double degree programme abroad.
The School of Science strives to educate high-quality experts who have the ability to solve society’s increasingly complex problems relating to energy, environment, wellbeing, and decision-making. Many of our M.Sc. and Ph.D. graduates are employed in leadership and expert positions in Finnish and international companies. In recent years many graduates have started their own research based businesses and companies.
At the School of Science, you can specialize in e.g. machine learning and data mining, systems and operations research or human neuroscience and -technology.
Through studies at the School, you will obtain a versatile degree that is highly valued by employers. The School has a large number of agreements with international partner universities and completing part of the degree abroad is recommended. Out of our graduates, almost half (48%) completed their master's thesis for the private sector, and over half had a permanent position when they graduated. Almost one fifth of the graduates continued their studies as doctoral students.
The School of Science has about 2 600 students studying towards a bachelor's or master's degree and over 400 full-time doctoral students. The number of professors exceeds 100. In 2014, there were 219 bachelor's degrees completed, 274 master's degrees and 69 doctoral degrees. In addition to the degree students, the School welcomes every year a large number of international exchange students.
Digi Breakfast on Data
We live in the information age in which human activities, scientific processes, transactions and new technologies create large volumes of data.
Defence of dissertation in the field of polymer technology, Laura Elomaa M.Sc.(Tech.)
"Synthesis of biodegradable photocrosslinkable polymers for stereolithography-based 3D fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds and hydrogels"
Defence of dissertation in the field Computational Engineering, Kimmo Sääskilahti, M.Sc.(Tech.)
Computational modeling and spectral analysis of nanoscale energy transfer
Riitta Salmelin receives Justine & Yves Sergent award
The awards is a well know prestige among international brain imaging researchers
Solar activity can disturb even air traffic
Understanding long-term activity of the Sun helps to predict its effects.