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Study advisor

The study ad­visor of Elec­trical En­gin­eer­ing de­gree pro­gramme is Anna Vir­tanen (of­fice TD208, 040 198 1380 (call only dur­ing ser­vice hours)); ser­vice hours are avail­able from POP.

Study ad­visor solves your prob­lems, if your tu­tor or your mother is­n’t able to help. He also veri­fies every­one’s PSPs, so ad­vise is provided for choos­ing courses, plan­ning sched­ule, com­plet­ing courses, and other study­ing re­lated is­sues.

Feel free to visit everytime the door is open!

More in­form­a­tion about plan­ning your stud­ies can be found in POP.

Student representatives

Fac­ulty Coun­cil is the highest de­cision-mak­ing unit at the level of fac­ulties. The strategy and budget of the fac­ulty is the re­spons­ib­il­ity of its coun­cil, as well as is veri­fy­ing the aim and con­tent of de­gree pro­grammes, study mod­ules, and courses on ad­min­is­trat­ive board’s pro­posal.

The ad­min­is­trat­ive board of a de­gree pro­gramme is a unit, which amongst other things pre­pares the changes made to study mod­ules.

In these units there are also stu­dents as pleni­po­ten­tiary mem­bers. Their mis­sion is to en­sure, that the de­cisions made by the units are fa­vour­able also in the per­spect­ive of stu­dents. If you have any ques­tion, com­ment, or sug­ges­tion for stu­dent rep­res­ent­at­ives, don’t hes­it­ate to con­tact them via email: tst-hal­loped [ät] list­

The student representatives in term 2017-2018

The administrative board for the Faculty of Computing and Electrical Engineering

Masi Kajander, vice Mikko Kauhanen
Tiina Mikkonen, vice Janne Aare
Atte Piispanen, vice Meri Turunen
Juha Köykkä, vice Mervi Mahlamäki

Department of Signal Processing

Reima Hyvönen, vice Mikko Kauhanen

Department of Electrical Engineering

Petri Seppä, vice Mervi Mahlamäki

The team responsible for planning the Degree Programme of Computing and Electrical Engineering

Mikko Kauhanen, vice Olli Eloranta
Mervi Mahlamäki, vice Atte Piispanen

Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Juha Köykkä

The team responsible for planning the Doctoral Programme of Computing and Electrical Engineering

Minna Niittymäki


Professional clubs

TeLE → Sig­nal Pro­cessing and Com­mu­nic­a­tions En­gin­eer­ing
Pollex → Bio­med­ical En­gin­eer­ing
Telok → Elec­tron­ics
TTRK → Wire­less com­mu­nic­a­tions
SETKO → Elec­trical Power Tech­no­logy

Other Guilds of Electrical Engineering in Finland

SIK → Otaniemi
SIK → Oulu
Armatuuri → Lappeenranta
Sätky → Lappeenranta


What does it mean?

EESTEC, a.k.a. Elec­trical En­gin­eer­ing STu­dens European as­so­Ci­ation, is an in­ter­na­tional or­gan­iz­a­tion for com­put­ing and elec­trical en­gin­eer­ing stu­dents of European tech­nical uni­versit­ies.

So what do they do?

EESTEC helps its mem­bers in build­ing and de­vel­op­ing in­ter­na­tional re­la­tions with other stu­dents and uni­versit­ies in the same area of stud­ies

Yeah but tell me something concrete!

As a mem­ber of EESTEC you will get to par­ti­cip­ate nu­mer­ous work­shops, cul­tural ex­changes, and mo­tiv­a­tional events across Europe! For in­stance, work­shops are week-long ex­changes, where you com­plete a short pro­ject-like course in a sub­ject the or­gan­iz­ing LC has chosen.

How much do I need to pay for it?

The ac­tual con­tent of the work­shops and ex­changes is free, and you pay only for your trav­el­ling costs. In other words the only cost of the trip is the one of the flight ticket. Does­n’t sound too bad, does it?

"Ac­co­mod­a­tion and three meals per day (of which one must be a hot dish) must be provided by the Or­gan­iz­ing Com­mitee."(EESTEC Rules of Pro­ced­ure 2014, 7.2.1 Event Stand­ards).

Where do I get more information?