International Collaboration

  • Lappeenranta University of Technology (Lappeenranta, Finland);
  • Turku Center for Computer Science (Turku, Finalnd);
  • Abo Akademi University (Turku, Finalnd);
  • University of Turku (Turku, Finland);
  • Aalto University (Helsinki, Finland);
  • Johannes Kepler University (Linz, Austria);
  • Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden);
  • IBM (New York, USA);
  • Motorola (Shaumburg, USA);
  • Hewlett-Packard (California, USA);
  • Stanford University (California, USA);
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts, USA);
  • Samsung Electronics (South Korea);
  • LG Electronics (South Korea);
  • Illmenau University of Technology (Illmenau, Germany);
  • Vienna University of Technology (Vienna, Austria);
  • German Aerospace Centre (Wessling, Germany);
  • Berlin Institute of Technology (Berlin, Germany);
  • Siemens (Berlin, Germany)
  • Philips Applied Technology (Eindhoven, Holland);
  • Beijing University of Technology (Beijing, China);
  • Newcastle University (Newcastle, Germany);

Goals

  • Finding new partners for long-term collaboration for academic research and joint educational programs (bachelor's programs, master's programs, PhD programs);
  • Developing academic programs for over 500 students from foreign countries;
  • Establishing and developing contacts with leading Universities in Europe, Asia, and North America (USA, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Finland, UK, France, China, Vietnam, etc.);
  • Participation in joint projects supported by European commercial funds;
  • Publishing academic research papers in leading international research and educational journals with high impact factors;
  • Regular participation in international conferences, workshops, and symposiums;
  • Student exchange, researcher exchange, and teacher exchange between Universities (development of student mobility and teacher mobility);
  • Fundraising for further development of the University;
  • Development of new breakthrough teaching methods for full-time studying and extramural courses;
  • Interaction with the world research, educational, and academic community;
  • Participation in activities organized by international associations and organizations (EAIE, SEFI, IEEE, CIMO, DAAD, OSI)