Master’s Thesis Seminar in Human-Technology Interaction (Starting Spring term)

Markku Turunen


After the course the student:- can formulate and define a clear research question and relate it to earlier research,- can implement a methodologically sound research setup that answers the research question posed in the definition phase,- can analyze the research results appropriately in relation to the research question,- understands the importance of analyzing the backrground literature,- understands the importance of focus and time management in research projects,- can give constructive criticism and utilize criticism to improve scientific writing,- understands the importance of the quality of written presentation in scientific work and that each individual needs to take the personal responsibility of the quality of writing and continuous development of his or her writing skills.



Mon 22-Jan-2018 at 10-13, Pinni B, SimSpace

Mon 19-Feb-2018 at 10-13, PinniB, SimSpace

Mon 12-Mar-2018 at 10-13, PinniB, SimSpace

Mon 23-Apr-2018 at 10-13, PinniB, SimSpace

Mon 28-May-2018 at 10-13, PinniB, SimSpace


Curricula Schedule

Course Details

  • University UTA
  • Credits 5 ECTS
  • Periods III-IV
  • Grading Pass/fail.
  • Type Lectures

Enrolment ends 7.1.2018 23:59
Markku Turunen
  • +358 40 533 9689
I'm heading the Human-Technology Interaction (HTI) M.Sc. programme and the Pervasive Interaction (SPI) research group at UTA. My research and teaching interests include many aspects of multimodal interfaces, including multimodal and spoken dialogue systems, novel user interfaces for mobile and pervasive computing applications, embodied and spatial interaction (e.g., gestures), user experience evaluation, interactive lighting, ICT4D, and virtual reality.