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Research and innovation

Test, develop and create something new

Mediapolis offers opportunities and networks for testing and developing something new. Media research and innovation activities form an integral part of the Mediapolis community.

 

Research collaboration

Three educational institutions have units at Mediapolis: Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK), Tampere Vocational College (Tredu) and the University of Tampere. Mediapolis organisations also have contacts with Tampere University of Technology. The educational institutions and the three higher education institutions, in particular, share a mutual interest in research activities and projects aiming to create genuine, business-generating innovations.

Mediapolis is open to ideas and development projects. Mediapolis is also an easy place to operate, as well as to order and commission various media projects. All experts, devices and facilities required for your project are located under one roof.

 

Please send any enquiries direct to the production companies or educational institutions,
or contact individual professionals through the Campus Manager:

Saara Eskola
Campus Manager
+358 40 505 3111
saara.eskola@technopolis.fi

 

Pilots and demos

What does an idea look like once it’s been implemented? Mediapolis is an easy place to order and commission various media projects. All experts, devices and facilities required for your project are located under one roof.

 

Please send any enquiries direct to the production companies,
or contact individual professionals through the Campus Manager:

Saara Eskola
Campus Manager
+358 40 505 3111
saara.eskola@technopolis.fi

 

Student projects

TAMK and Tredu are constantly looking for interesting projects that support media education and develop students’ working-life skills.

Project studies

In their project studies, students carry out project assignments for companies or other commissioning parties. Projects must always be related to their studies, such that the content of work assignments corresponds to their studies. A project is always a one-off work performance carried out within a certain period of time. Students may carry out projects on their own or in small groups.

The prices of student projects are determined in such a way that the charge will cover, as a minimum, any costs relating to equipment and the supervising teacher’s contribution, as well as fees payable to students.

The benefits of student projects include a student team rich in ideas, production equipment fit for purpose, as well as readiness for R&D projects.

 

Enquiries:

Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK)
Ari Koivumäki
+358 50 590 9312
ari.koivumaki@tamk.fi

Tampere Vocational College (Tredu)
Juha Pitkänen
+358 50 4334 840
juha.pitkanen@tampere.fi

 

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