Projects

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SolarX - Maximizing PV integration capacity in energy and power systems

The aim of this project is to remove technical barriers of extensive solar power integration into power systems, as well as to enable easy access to the power markets for the new prosumers having local photovoltaic (PV) power generation.

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Robust and Efficient Perception for Autonomous Things (REPEAT)

One of the grand challenges in artificial intelligence is to build machines that are able to perceive and navigate in complex environments. Typical applications of such systems include autonomous vehicles, service and manufacturing robots, drones, and augmented reality devices. The purpose of this project is to study computer vision methods for odometry, simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM), image based localization, 3D reconstruction, and object detection and pose estimation, which...

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FLEXIMAR, Novel marketplace for energy flexibility

Target of the research project is to enable also participation of distribution network connected smaller, flexible energy resources (flexibilities) large-scale utilization in future power systems.

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KvarkenSpaceEco

The Kvarken Space Eco project will implement a long-lasting regional economic development structure for space-based business and innovation, i.e. a Kvarken Space Center.

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DISRUPTING THE MEDIA SCENE. Adopting emerging technologies as a vehicle for transforming the audience relationship and business models in journalistic media

The project focuses on the mechanisms through which digital technologies facilitate the transformation of journalistic media. Digital transformation and the rapid rise (and fall) of relevant technologies such as chatbots, automated journalism, live video platforms and social outreach apps challenge established journalism on several fronts.

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Digitalisation Academy: Piloting and developing the Academy and creating a nationwide model (DA-PITO)

Finland's national goal is to be a competitive developer, fast adopter, and the best in the application of new technology and innovations. This will require ability to cross-borders, being flexible and finding new forms of cooperation, for example between universities and industry. In addition, we need to have the ability to strengthen and produce skills at a fast pace, the ability to make talented people committed to the area, and the readiness to support regional and multilateral innovation...

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Capacity-building for Sino-Finnish Research Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation

University of Vaasa and Chinese Academy of Sciences Institutes of Science and Development (CASISD) signed an agreement to establish a joint China-Finland Centre in August 2017.