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    Data-Centric Engineering Data-Centric Engineering

    The Master's Programme in Data-Centric Engineering is based on blending applied mathematics with computer science and engineering. During the studies, the student will learn about artificial intelligence and machine learning and how mathematics and statistics form their basis. This will enable to understand data and modern modelling and analysis methods, such as deep neural networks, profoundly and apply them to problems with societal impact. In the MSc programme a student can specialise in either Applied Mathematics, or Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.

    Learning outcomes 2021-2022 will be found in SISU-system.

    The head of the Master's programme in Data-Centric Engineering is associate professor (tenure track), D.Sc. (Tech.) Lassi Roininen.

    Business Analytics, engineering science Business Analytics, engineering science

    MSc Programme in Business Analytics, engineering science educates experts in analytics and decision-making with an understanding of the business landscape and needs for the service of industrial companies, commercial, and public organizations.

    The graduates from the MSc Programme in Business Analytics have a good understanding of various analytics and decision-support methods, solid hands-on experience of using relevant software to solve real world problems, and the competence to work in development and expert tasks. They have the ability and the will to work in an international environment, and to act in a sustainable and an ethical way. They also have what it takes to develop and enhance their own competencies further.
     
    Learning outcomes 2021-2022 will be found in SISU-system.
     
    The head of the Master´s programme in Business Analytics is associate professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Matylda Jablonska-Sabuka.

    Technical Physics Technical Physics

    In the Master's Programme in Technical Physics, you will receive an advanced training in physics specially tailored for applied, industrial and medical research.

    The programme focuses on properties of condensed matter, including semiconductors, superconductors, functional magnetic materials, and nanostructures which are vital for technological applications in today's world.
     
    Learning outcomes 2021-2022 will be found in SISU-system.


    The head of the Master's programme in Technical Physics is professor (tenured), D.Sc. (Tech.) Bernardo Barbiellini.