The Magic Mirror makes everyday life easier Listen The Magic Mirror can be used for providing information to the inhabitants. lt can...
Enabling Life Technologies course pilots various digital tools Listen HYPE, a barrier-breaking serious games education -project coordinated by Satakunta University of Applied...
Research Projects – effective integrator of master’s studies and work life development Listen Wellbeing Enhancing Technology research group (WET) welcomes Welfare Technology...
SAMK coordinates two new projects: one promotes export of maritime cluster to Southern Africa and the other increases green entrepreneurship and knowledge of green business. The program funds result-oriented joint projects between countries in the Baltic Sea region.
The second conference of COST AMiCI network was organized on 6–8 June at Palmgren Conservatory in Pori, Finland. There were over 60 participants in the conference from 21 European countries.
For the first time, an avenue to continue studies in the same field opens up for students who have completed Bachelor's in Maritime Engineering. Conducted in English, SAMK's Degree Programme in Maritime Management starts in 2017.
The second conference of COST AMiCI network will be organized on 6–8 June at Palmgren Conservatory in Pori, Finland. The theme of the conference is ‘Antimicrobial Coatings in Health Care: from Innovations to the Market’.
SAMK’s first research article together with Changzhou University will be published in a conference on serious games in Australia in April. This is a significant opening in terms of research cooperation.
Research manager Minna Keinänen-Toivola is vlogging about her RDI work at SAMK with a business trip to Washington DC related to COST AMiCI, AntiMicrobial Coating Innovations project.
"Solar energy is the original source of all the energy we have here in globe", says Juhani Kanerva, CEO of ENE Solar Systems Ltd. and our alumnus. He says that there is a possibility to optimize solar energy solutions further and further, "and even beyond that". Take a look at the short video.