TUT’s Interface magazine 2/2018 has now been published:
Biomicrosystems research groups are looking for a university teacher. Read more (in Finnish) about the job on TUT open positions webpage. Applications must be submitted by the university online application form. Closing date for applications is 21.10.2018.
Personal Health Informatics (PHI) group at BioMediTech is looking for a university lecturer or university teacher. The selected person will be responsible for updating, implementing, and maintaining courses of Personal Health Informatics research group. The selected person is also participating in administration and the development of education. The teaching personnel is expected to supervise students writing bachelor’s theses and master’s theses.
Read more about the job on TUT open positions webpage. Applications must be submitted by TUT online application form. Closing date for applications is 30.9.2018.
The Health and Assistive Technology Laboratory, or HeAT Lab for short, was opened in February 2018 as a collaborative effort between Tampere University of Technology (TUT) and Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK). The cosily furnished laboratory offers a broad range of specialist equipment, for example, for measuring physiological signals and serves both teaching and research purposes. The services are also available to companies operating in the rapidly growing healthtech industry.
HeAT Lab is located on the Kauppi campus of TAMK on the second floor at Kuntokatu 4. Now with everything in place, the lab’s employees are eagerly awaiting for HeAT Lab to turn into a hive of activity. The laboratory will host an open house on Thursday, 13 September from 10:00 to 17:00. Welcome to take a tour of the facilities! Guests will have the opportunity to try out the equipment, such as a wireless blood pressure monitor and a mobile phone-based real-time ECG monitoring system. Coffee and refreshments will be served.
Read more from the original news on TUT webpage.
The call for doctoral student positions in the research areas of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering has opened. Applications must be submitted through TUT’s online application system. Application deadline is 9 September 2018.
More information on TUT webpage.
The Nordic-Baltic VPHi Workshop will be held in Tampere on 10-12 June 2018. The workshop brings together researchers from the region to facilitate collaboration and to discuss need/ways of getting more organised on VPH-related activities. The Virtual Physiological Human (VPH), also identified with the word “in silico medicine” is the field that encompasses the use of individualised physiology based computer simulations in all aspects of the prevention, diagnosis, prognostic assessment, and treatment of a disease and development of a biomedical product.
Read more about the event on the workshop webpage.
The Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences, at the University of Tampere invites applications for two Researcher positions in Human Spare parts research programme at BioMediTech. The positions are available from 2 May, 2018 (or as agreed) for 6 months. The job consists of participating in the Human spare parts research programme utilization process. The job will include at least contacting industrial collaborators as well as different market and competitor surveys.
Read more and apply via UTA recruiting system by 16th April, 2018 at 15:45 local time.
Edit 14th May 2018: This event has been cancelled due to lack of participants.
BioMediTech invites You to Tampere on 22nd May 2018 to a one-day seminar for industry representatives at the Arvo building. The key target of the day is to introduce the results as well as development opportunities and potentials of the Human Spare Parts program. The seminar is a great event to explore potential collaboration that could lead e.g. to Business Finland Co-innovation projects or EU projects.
Read more from the brochure (pdf).
Further information: Program Manager Juho Väisänen
tel. +358 40 190 9834 / email@example.com
The Faculty of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering (TUT-BMT) offers 12-15 research assistants (summer training) positions to work in Faculty’s research groups:
- Personal Health Informatics
- Laboratory of Biosystem Dynamics
- Sensor Technology and Biomeasurements Group (STB)
- Micro- and Nanosystems Research Group
- Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Group (BioTE)
Until 31.12.2018 BioMediTech was the joint institute of the University of Tampere (UTA) and the Tampere University of Technology (TUT).
Starting 1.1.2019 UTA and TUT merged together establishing the Tampere University.
Arvo Ylpön katu 34
(Arvo building, 5th floor)
33520 Tampere, Finland