We congratulate the IEEE Fellows of the year 2021 in Finland Section:
Enrique Acha for contributions to power electronics modeling and applications in electrical power system. He has written multiple books related to the topic, wrote journal and conference papers and organized courses as professor of electric power systems in Tampere University.
Mehdi Bennis for contributions to resource optimization in heterogenous and low-latency wireless networks. He works as associate professor of wireless communication in University of Oulu.
Tuomas Virtanen for contribution to sound event detection and source separation. He is professor in Tampere University, leading Audio Research Group.
Welcome to the IEEE Finland SPS/CAS chapter webinar on three core components underyling machine learning methods: data, model and loss function. The webinar will be organized on 10.11. 2020 at 11:00 via Zoom.
Participation is free of charge, registration prior to the event is appreciated.
Alexander Jung received his Phd in signal processing from TU Vienna in 2012. After Post-Doc periods at TU Vienna and ETH Zurich he joined Aalto University as Assistant Professor for Machine Learning in 2015. Alex has first-authored more than ten paper in first-tier journals such as IEEE Transactions on Information Theory and IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. He received a best student paper award at IEEE ICASSP 2011, an Amazon Web Services Machine Learning Award in 2018 and has been selected as Teacher of the Year at the Department of Computer Science in 2018. He currently serves as an associate editor for the IEEE Signal Processing Letters.
IEEE Finland PES chapter and Siemens are going to organize a virtual seminar series to bring together professionals in the energy and industrial sectors. The event shall grow knowledge in the scope of digitalization and innovation as well as how these concepts are applied to the several business models that one might work with in the 2020s. It focuses on the impact of digitalization and its main technologies thus introducing concepts now emerging in these two sectors, including demand-side flexibility and the internet-of-energy (IoE) as well as tools to support current challenges. Although this event is organized by the Finnish branch, Siemens and the IEEE welcome any digitalization/value hacking enthusiast to join this event.
We are happy to announce a new round of IEEE Finland section best student conference and journal paper awards.
We welcome submissions of research papers published between 1st of January and 31st of December 2019 in IEEE conferences or IEEE technical co-sponsored events, IEEE journals or IEEE Transactions. The student must be the first author of the paper and enrolled at a University in Finland at the time of submission of the paper. Detailed participation rules are published here.
The submission deadline is 30th of November, 2020. Please, send you applications to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The nominees will be able to present their work at the online seminar in December 2020. The decision shall be made by the end of the year.
IEEE Finland section board is gathering online for a regular meeting to discuss our plans and activities for the second half of the year 2020.
Between the discussed topics are:
- Cooperation with other societies
- New round of Finland Section Best Student papers award in 2020
- Online and Hybrid activities in the second half of 2020
- Further updates to our we site
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IEEE Finland board
The election of the new board of the IEEE Finland Section was completed.
The new roster in the Finland Section Board is:
Chair: Dmitry Petrov
Vice-Chair: Arttu Ollikkala
Secretary: Jenni Rekola
Treasurer: Seppo Sierla
Young Professional Chair: Behrouz Jedari
Student Representative: Aki Koivu
Past Chair: Toni Mattila