Public Course Folders

by Rikupekka Oksanen last modified Feb 25, 2014 02:49 PM
Public course folders in English or in other language than Finnish.
Title Description Creation Date
Coursefolder MATJ5102 Quantitative stochastic homogenization (JSS28) (13.08.2018 - 17.08.2018) Aug 14, 2018 11:42 AM
Coursefolder ITKST44 Kybermaailma ja kansainvälinen oikeus (22.03.2018 - 18.05.2018) Mar 22, 2018 05:25 PM
Coursefolder FYSS5402 Quantum Optics (09.01.2018 - 22.02.2018) Jan 09, 2018 10:46 AM
Coursefolder MONS1000 Kriittinen diskurssintutkimus (23.10.2017 - 15.12.2017) Oct 15, 2017 03:40 PM
Coursefolder CMBS1104 Molekyyligenetiikan menetelmät (19.09.2017 - 07.11.2017) Sep 18, 2017 05:10 PM
Coursefolder JOUS1020 Foreign Reporting (11.09.2017 - 04.12.2017) Sep 10, 2017 05:45 PM
Coursefolder TILS633 Aikasarjaekonometria (23.05.2017 - 20.06.2017) May 22, 2017 03:11 PM
Coursefolder MCPS065 Multiculturalism, Immigration, Minorities and Citizenship (23.11.2016 - 09.12.2016) Nov 23, 2016 11:55 AM
Coursefolder XES0005 Espanja 1 (12.09.2016 - 03.11.2016) Aug 30, 2016 11:55 PM
Coursefolder YFIJ104 Qualitative Research Methods in Labour Migration and Mobility (26.04.2016 - 26.04.2016) Apr 18, 2016 04:27 PM
Coursefolder DEVS306 DEVS306 Advanced Research Methods (15.03.2016 - 21.04.2016) Mar 07, 2016 08:47 AM
Coursefolder ANTP036 Valinnaisia opintoja (10.02.2016 - 17.02.2016) Feb 19, 2016 12:19 PM
Coursefolder CIBA130 Basics of Brain Imaging (01.09.2015 - 31.08.2016) Nov 11, 2015 11:40 AM
Coursefolder MATP170 Approbatur 3 Jan 12, 2015 03:35 PM
Coursefolder MATS528: MA3: Five Lectures on Brownian Motion and Diffusions (JSS24) Jul 03, 2014 03:23 PM
Coursefolder XSA0001: Saksa 1 Kurssi keskittyy saksan alkeisiin. Kurssilla opitaan kertomaan perustietoja itsestä ja vastaavasti kyselemään tietoja muilta. Aiheina ovat mm. kellonajat, itsestään kertominen, kahvilassakäynti, matkustaminen. Kieliopissa keskitytään perustaivutuksiin sekä lauseiden ja kysymysten muodostamiseen. Jan 11, 2014 03:23 PM
Coursefolder YFIA205: Basics of Research Methodology in Social Sciences The module is aimed at students who are about to start their BA or MA thesis. It consists of lectures on qualitative and quantitative research methods and related tutorials. Lectures consist of themes such as: different stages of empirical research process, differences between qualitative and quantitative methodology, different methods of data collection and analysis, research ethics and scientific writing. Nov 26, 2013 11:50 AM
Coursefolder YLAS581: Research in Financial Analysis Earnings announcements and asset returns, ERC, post-earningsannouncement drift, corporate governance and firm performance, entrenchment, non-economic factors and stock returns, cross-sectional anomalies in stock returns, functional form and distributional characteristics of financial ratios, classification of financial ratios, valuation models. Oct 29, 2013 02:35 PM
Coursefolder KEMS813: Teollisuuden prosessit Tutustuttaa opiskelija suomalaisen teollisuuden tärkeimpiin prosesseihin, kuten metsäteollisuuden, perusmetallien valmistuksen ja kemian teollisuuden prosesseihin. Prosessiesimerkkien avulla tarkastellaan eri faaseissa kulkevia ainevirtoja ja muodostetaan prosessille ja sen osaprosesseille aine- ja energiataseita. Erityisesti selvitetään prosessien ympäristövaikutuksia ja energian käyttöä. Lisäksi käydään läpi prosessien kehitysmahdollisuuksia. Kurssiin kuuluu pakollinen harjoitustyö, joka tehdään taulukkolaskentaohjelmalla. The students will be familiar with the major industrial processes and understand the different technical phases and units of the processes. The process examples are from the basic metal production industry, pulp and paper industry and chemical industry. The environmental, energy and development aspects of these processes will be addressed. Heat and material balances will be calculated for industrial processes. With these balances it is studied how different species and energy streams flow in the systems. A calculation exercise using spreadsheet software is included. Sep 10, 2013 10:21 AM
Coursefolder SMBS117: Syövän biologia Syventävä kurssi, jossa käydään läpi uusinta tutkimustietoa syövän biologiasta. Lähdemateriaaleina alan artikkeleita. Sisältää opiskelijoiden esitelmiä. Aug 22, 2013 10:47 AM
Coursefolder TIEJ659: COM7: Electromagnetic Signals from The Human Brain: Fundamentals and Analysis (JSS23) Non-invasive electromagnetic brain imaging methods, electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG), provide a unique window to human brain function. The key advantage over other imaging methods is that MEG/EEG signals reflect neural signaling directly and with excellent temporal resolution. However, estimating the spatial distribution of brain activation from MEG/EEG data requires advanced signal processing techniques and a solution to the neuromagnetic inverse problem. This course will cover the characteristics of cerebral electromagnetic fields, their measurement, and their analysis, with emphasis on physics and mathematical modeling. The lectures will encompass the generation of neuromagnetic and -electric signals, physics and instrumentation of MEG/EEG, signal processing and mathematical modeling of the acquired neuromagnetic data,  and the latest advances in estimating synchrony and causality between electromagnetic brain signals. Jul 02, 2013 08:50 AM
Coursefolder TIEJ660: COM8: Techno-economic Systems: Institutional Innovation (JSS23) This course attempts to develop ability of analysis and application of techno-economic systems focusing on institutional innovation by providing the following 3 successive lectures: Reviews of techno-economic analysis of innovation value chain: production, diffusion and consumption. Basic understanding of institutional innovation governed by co-evolution between innovation and institutional systems consisting of socio-economic system, entrepreneurial organization/culture and historical perspectives. Empirical analyses of the sources of the success and failure of the institutional innovation in leading countries both in developed and emerging. Jul 02, 2013 08:50 AM
Coursefolder TILS966: STAT1: Industrial Data Science (JSS23) The course gives a view to the data analysis in the business. Data science is a novel term that refers to practical application of statistics, machine learning, computing, visualization and data warehousing. The lectures are given by experienced business professionals who use data science in their everyday work. Topics such as supply chain analytics, marketing analytics and recommendation engines are covered. Jul 02, 2013 08:44 AM
Coursefolder MATS578: MA2: Inverse Problems in two Dimensions (JSS23) The inverse problem of Calderón consists in determining the electrical conductivity properties of a medium from voltage and current measurements on the boundary. Mathematically, this reduces to an inverse boundary value problem for an elliptic partial differential equation. We will explain a few recent results in dimension two concerning the Calderón problem, when the background space is a Riemann surface. This involves methods from complex analysis, partial differential equations and geometry of Riemann surfaces. Jul 02, 2013 08:44 AM
Coursefolder MATS577: MA1: Multiwave Imaging (JSS23) Multi-wave imaging methods, also called hybrid methods, attempt to combine the high resolution of one imaging method with the high contrast capabilities of another through a physical principle. One important medical imaging application is breast cancer detection. Ultrasound provides a high (sub-millimeter) resolution, but suffers from low contrast. On the other hand, many tumors absorb much more energy of electromagnetic waves (in some specific energy bands) than healthy cells. Photoacoustic tomography (PAT) consists of sending relatively harmless optical radiation into tissues that causes heating which results in the generation of propagating ultrasound waves (the photo-acoustic effect). Such ultrasonic waves are readily measurable. The inverse problem then consists of reconstructing the optical properties of the tissue from these measurements. In Thermoacoustic tomography (TAT) low frequency microwaves, with wavelengths on the order of $1m$, are sent into the medium. The rationale for using the latter frequencies is that they are less absorbed than optical frequencies. Transient Elastography (TE) images the propagation of shear waves using ultrasound. Multi-wave imaging methods lead to a rich supply of new mathematical questions that involve elliptic and hyperbolic partial differential equations. We will discuss some of the inverse problems arising in these imaging techniques with emphasis on PAT. Jul 02, 2013 08:43 AM
Coursefolder FYSV421: PH4: Using Language to Teach Science: Researching Classroom Communication and Developing Dialogic Approaches (JSS23)   Teaching and learning science is a complex activity where language has a central role. Language is a tool to communicate concepts, to construct them and to articulate interactions in the classroom.  Developing an efficient use of language is, therefore, one of the main aims of teacher professional development.  This course will introduce: Theoretical ideas on the relation between language and learning Research-based insights on how language can be effectively used for the teaching of scientific concepts Basic tools to enable teachers to research the use of language in their classroom All these elements will be brought together to provide a model for dialogic education in science, which aims at promoting deeper conceptual understanding. During the 10 hours of the course we will discuss, among others, the following ideas: Piaget, Vygotsky and socio constructivists perspectives on language and learning Different types classroom communication: communicative approaches How to chose a type of communication according to teaching aims The development of dialogic tools for engaging students in discussions Time management and learning Simple ways of researching the use of language in teaching Jul 02, 2013 08:42 AM
Coursefolder KEMV998: RE1: Biogas Technology for Renewable Energy Production and Environmental Benefit (JSS23) This course presents the fundamentals and most recent developments in biogas technology for sustainable renewable energy production. Anaerobic microbiology, biochemistry and reactor design are described as well as the application of biogas technology in municipal and industrial waste management, and in industrial-scale energy production from agro-wastes and crops. The concept of biogas production from food waste as second generation biofuel source, including collection, pretreatment and process optimisation, is presented with consideration of its energy and mass balance and carbon footprint for sustainability criteria. The different potential uses of the produced biogas and the digestate are also discussed, including environmental impacts and benefits on greenhouse gas emissions and nutrient recycling. Jul 02, 2013 08:41 AM
Coursefolder KEMV996: CH2: Solid State NMR Spectroscopy in Materials Chemistry (JSS23) The course introduces the basics of solid-state NMR spectroscopy from a practical rather than theoretical perspective, yet encompassing relatively advanced and recent techniques. It illustrates what and how structural information may gained by solid-state NMR experiments, with emphasis on applications to materials chemistry, in particular inorganic materials. Results of organic/biosolid systems will also be provided. Jul 02, 2013 08:40 AM
Coursefolder FILA510: Ethics of Global Responsibility Aims and content: The course studies the nature of collective ethical problems, which differ from “paradigmatic” ethical wrongs (such as physical violence) where the violator, the wronged party and the causal relationship between them is easy to establish. In issues like climate change, global poverty and inequality, the basic socio-economic structure of a society or the world order, or an oppressive culture, the nature of the violation is harder to grasp. What do considerations of justice, solidarity or responsibility require concerning these kinds of issues? What is the role of individuals or different collective agents, movements and institutions? The aim is that the student has the basic grasp of the nature of the ethical problems in question, as well as the central concepts. Oct 31, 2012 09:23 AM
Coursefolder MATS576: MA3: Markov Chain Stability and Applications This course will provide an introduction to the theory and applications of Markov chains over general state spaces. The course will start from the basics in Markov chains and then, using many examples taken from dynamical systems and from Monte Carlo methods, will gradually introduce some of the main modern concepts underlying the theory of Markov chains over general state space. Aug 01, 2012 12:16 PM