Keyword: Faculty of Technology
Dependence on technology underline the need for ethics and constructive debate
As COVID-19 hastens the implementation of digital tools in virtual communication and remote work, many sectors of our societies are becoming even more dependent on the use of technology. Reactions to the pandemic have included questionable approaches to contact tracing through smartphone apps, and invasive surveillance monitoring of our working-from-home practices.
Turku School of Economics (TSE) and the Faculty of Technology at the University of Turku offer a webinar on global business ethics. How can we improve our co-operation with the developing countries? The webinar is free for all to attend. Welcome!
1.3.2021 at 15.00 - 15.45
Welcome to actualize Future Potentials! WEBINAR: Global Goodness - Discussions on Global Business Ethics: From Thought to ActionWHERE ZoomWHEN 1 March 2021 at 3.00 - 3.45 PMWe share wicked global problems. What can we do to move from problems to solutions? Could we share a set of global core values...
The Faculty of Technology and Aalto University School of Engineering have signed a collaboration agreement, which aims to strengthen the cooperation in engineering education.
The Faculty of Technology is a new faculty at the University of Turku that started operating in the beginning of 2021.
The Rector of the University of Turku Jukka Kola has appointed Professor Jaakko Järvi as the Dean of the new Faculty of Technology.
We need new technological discoveries to build a sustainable world, combat diseases and create a safe and secure digitalized society.
The Faculty of Technology is one of the largest faculties of the University of Turku, with over 2000 students.
Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Information and Communication Technology is a good combination of programming skills and embedded hardware with foresight on Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial