• 1.6.2005: S4ALL receives TEKES/ITEA funding

    Wed, 01.06.2005

    The National Technology Agency TEKES awarded first-year funding for the project Services for All (E!2023 ITEA S4ALL). The project aims at a vision of a world where digital services are made available to all citizens everywhere, at any time, in any condition and by anyone. For this, it will develop new technologies for service creation, customisation, deployment and provisioning. The project belongs to the ITEA cluster of the Eureka programme; the international consortium is led by Alcatel CIT. Apart from HIIT, other Finnish members of the consortium include Nokia and Capricode.

  • 18.2.2005: Fuego Core 2005-2007 receives TEKES funding

    Fri, 18.02.2005

    The National Technology Agency TEKES awarded first-year funding for the project Fuego Core 2005/2007: Future Mobile Middleware. The objective of the project is to develop middleware components for reconfigurable systems that enable adaptive, context-aware and personalized applications. The project is led by Professor Kimmo Raatikainen of the University of Helsinki and HIIT.

  • 11.2.2005: Perttu Virtanen's doctoral dissertation

    Fri, 11.02.2005

    Perttu Virtanen from HIIT defended successfully his doctoral thesis in February at Lappeenranta University of Technology on the field of information law. Professor Mads Bryde Andersen from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark was the opponent and the custos was Professor Jukka Kemppinen from Lappeenranta University of Technology and HIIT. The thesis was titled Database rights in safe European home. The path to more rigorous protection of information.

  • 12.12.2004: Giulio Jacucci's dissertation

    Sun, 12.12.2004

    HIIT researcher Giulio Iacucci defended succesfully his doctoral thesis Interaction as Performance: Cases of Configuring Physical Interfaces in Mixed Media in the public dissertation event at the University of Oulu. Professor Kari Kuutti acted as the custos of the event.

  • 29.11.2004: HIIT joins PlanetLab consortium

    Mon, 29.11.2004

    HIIT joined the PlanetLab Consortium, a collection of academic, industrial, and government institutions cooperating to support and enhance the PlanetLab overlay network designed to allow researchers to develop and test powerful new types of software that are not confined to a single computer but run on many computers at once, treating the global network as one large, widely distributed computer. The PlanetLab Consortium is managed by Princeton University, the University of California at Berkeley, and the University of Washington.

  • 23.11.2004: MuseumFinland receives Prime Minister's award

    Tue, 23.11.2004

    The Prime Minister of Finland awarded MuseumFinland as the most innovative application in the national Quality on the web -competition (Laatua verkkoon). Press release in Finnish.

  • 18.11.2004: InfraHIP receives TEKES funding

    Thu, 18.11.2004

    The National Technology Agency TEKES awarded first-year funding for the project InfraHIP: Infrastructure for HIP. The project aims to study the applications related aspects of the Host Identity Protocol (HIP), including APIs, rendezvous service, operating system security, multiple end-points within a single host, process migration, and issues related to enterprise-level solutions. The project is led by Professor Martti Mäntylä with Professor Antti Ylä-Jääski from the TML laboratory at TKK. Dr.

  • 15.11.2004: CIVI receives funding from Academy of Finland

    Mon, 15.11.2004

    The Academy of Finland awarded funding for the project Cognitively inspired visual interfaces for representing multidimensional information (CIVI). The project is led by Professor Petri Myllymäki. It will be executed in co-operation with Docent Ilpo Kojo from the Center for Knowledge and Innovation Research (CKIR) at the Helsinki School of Economics, who received a matching grant.

  • 12.11.2004: USED receives Academy of Finland funding

    Fri, 12.11.2004

    The Academy of Finland awarded funding for the project Urban Space and Experience Design (USED) - participatory methods for new media art & research. The project is an art-research interaction project which converges methods and approaches of new media art, interface design and urban studies. The aim is to develop a practice informed by an understanding of the experiential and social qualities of public spaces as they are being reconfigured by wireless and pervasive technologies.