In the past years, various projects have worked to improve the safety and infrastructure of small ports. Now experts from Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia have joined their forces to develop better services in the small ports of the central Baltic Sea region.
Altogether 249 students graduated from SAMK in June. 27 of them graduated with a Master´s degree. SAMK congratulates all the graduates.
This is the internal bulletin SAMK has published for its students and employees considering the new coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
The companies in the region of Satakunta, especially in the field of process industry, have been in urgent need of highly educated specialists. SAMK, Aalto University, Satakunta metal refining enterprises and the City of Pori have started collaboration to meet this need.
Solar photovoltaic systems have become more popular in recent years. Fire and rescue departments have needed material on the topic for long. Now educational material on solar photovoltaic systems and their security in fire scenarios is being prepared at SAMK.
Altogether 151 students graduated from SAMK in May. 25 of them graduated with a Master´s degree.
This spring has been very efficient for the Future Hospital project. Major steps have been taken in the progress of the technology built around Auria datalake: the completion of a functioning, secure remote work platform to be utilized by an external researcher is important for the future service model.
The duty of university of applied sciences is to produce competence for the region in the form of experts and studied data.
Altogether 98 students graduated from SAMK in April. 13 of them graduated with a Master´s degree.
Important information related to studies at SAMK due to exceptional circumstances caused by coronavirus. Updated 11 May 2020.