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School of Science

Computer Science and Engineering

Master’s
Programme

Orientation

Macadamia,
FAdCo
, MBI,
euSYSBIO



September
2012




SK+PK 1.9.2012


Topics

today


Introduction

of the
academic

and
administrative

staff


Degree

structure

in
Master’s

programmes



Information

on
courses

and
exams



Limitation

to
study

time

and
residence

permits



Dishonest

behaviour



CSE
building

IT
accounts



Sources

of
information


Department of
Information

and Computer
Science (ICS)


One of the
seven

departments

of the School of Science
SCI


One of the
three

departments

offering

courses

in
Computer Science and Engineering


Other

two

departments

offering

courses

in CSE:


Department of Computer Science and Engineering


Department of Media
Technology


Dep
. of ICS and CSE
located

in T
building
,
Dep
. of MT
in TUAS
building



Master’s

Programmes in ICS
department


The School of Science
hosts

altogether

8
Master’s

programmes
related

to Computer Science and
Engineering



ICS
department

has

4
Master’s

programmes:


Machine
Learning

and Data Mining (
Macadamia
)


Foundations

of
Advanced

Computing

(
FAdCo
)


Bioinformatics

(MBI,
jointly

with

University

of Helsinki)


Computational

and Systems
Biology

(
euSYSBIO
)


Erasmus
Mundus

double

degree

programme with KTH and IST





Introduction of the academic and
administrative staff

Introduction of the academic staff


Macadamia




Professor



Professor






Erkki Oja



Juha Karhunen






Professor



Academy
Research

Fellow




Olli Simula



Harri
Lähdesmäki





Professor



Professor



Samuel Kaski



Heikki Mannila



Introduction of the academic staff


Macadamia

Academic

Coordinator





Markus Koskela


markus.koskela@aalto.fi




B309 (3rd
floor
)



Introduction of the academic staff


FAdCo




Professor

(pro
tem
)


Professor






Tomi Janhunen



Pekka
Orponen






Professor



Professor





Keijo
Heljanko




Kaisa Nyberg






Professor



Professor

(pro
tem
)





Erik
Aurell



Petteri Kaski







Introduction of the academic staff



FAdCo

Academic

Coordinator




Jori Dubrovin



jori.dubrovin@aalto.fi




room B348 (3rd floor)










Introduction of the academic staff



euSYSBIO

and MBI





Professor




Professor





Juho
Rousu



Samuel
Kaski






Professor























Academic

Coordinator




Academic

Research



Fellow




Kirsti Laurila




Harri
Lähdesmäki



kirsti.laurila@aalto.fi






room
B129

(1st floor)











Introduction of the administrative staff

11

Administrative

Staff

/
Degree

Programme

Office






Study

Coordinator

Päivi Koivunen




paivi.koivunen@aalto.fi






C211 (2nd
floor
)




office

hours

Mon



Fri 9


11 and 12
-

14











Introduction of the administrative staff


Administrative

Staff

/
Degree

Programme Office





CSE Study Advisor
Tuulia

Merinen



cse
-
office@tkk.fi



room C111 (ground floor)


-

studying at Aalto or living in Finland

-

where to find information

-

general course information





Master of Science (Technology), 120 ECTS
credits

Degree constitutes of modules

Fixed curriculum



All compulsory courses must be taken



Flexibility in elective
studies

Major, not minor

euSYSBIO
: double degree with KTH or IST

Master

programme

structure

at Aalto


13

Complementary

studies

for AMK
students



30 ECTS to be
completed.


Recommended to take during the first academic year


Topic of the master’s thesis can be confirmed only after all the
complementary studies have been completed


20
cr

Mathematics


10
cr

Computer
Science


See

https://into.aalto.fi/display/entik/Complementary+studies



14



Double

degree

possibility


in
Macadamia

and
FAdCo

Page
15



Possibility

to
complete

a
double

degree

with
partner

university
:



Technical
University

of
Catalonia

(UPC) in Spain



University

of Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in Spain



Technical
University

of
Lisbon

(IST) in Portugal



In
practice
: 1st
year

at Aalto + 2nd
autumn

(and
possibly

2nd
spring
,
depending

on the
partner

university
)
semester

at
partner

university

+
Master’s

thesis

co
-
supervised








Next

application

deadline
February

28,
2013


Language
studies




Obligatory according to Aalto degree regulation: MSc degree
must
include
3 ECTS of language studies
(incl. written
and oral
skills).



In
English, Spanish, Japanese, French or
German (NOT in Finnish
or Swedish)


See Study Guide p.123
https://
into.aalto.fi/download/attachments/1969084/sci_study_guide
_2012_2013.pdf?version=1&modificationDate=1344592467000


euSYSBIO
: Kie
-
98.1310 Introduction to Academic Communication


Recommended to take during the first academic year (first spring
term)



Students with a Finnish bachelor degree, including AMK students


no
obligatory language studies required because completed
already


Verified

personal

study

plan

(HOPS)



Students are required to make a personal study plan (HOPS)
as part of their MSc degree.




The study plan is a binding agreement on both parties: the
student and Aalto University. It grants the student with a right
to study according to the confirmed personal study plan but,
at the same time, obliges the student to follow his or her
study plan.




HOPS is signed by both
a school official and
the student




one copy is for the student, one is stored in student’s file


Information

on
courses

and
exams

Courses

Course information


Noppa

-
portal
https://
noppa.aalto.fi


Course
news and material


Exercise
and exam schedules


Registration for courses and exams


In
WebOodi


https
://oodi.aalto.fi/e
/



Separate registration needed for


course


exercises


exams

Course
codes

Example:
T
-
86.5310


The first letter(s) mean the organizing degree
programme

(can
also be S, TU, AS,
Tfy
, …)


The next numbers between mean the organizing department
within the degree
programme
:


Department of Computer Science and Engineering


T
-
93, T
-
106, T
-
109, T
-
110, T
-
76, T
-
86, T
-
121, T
-
128



Department of Information and Computer Science


T
-
61, T
-
79



Department of Media Technology


T
-
111, T
-
75



The last four numbers are for identification purposes only

Exams


Separate registration


In
WebOodi

(
https://oodi.aalto.fi/e
/
)


Where and when?


Schedules primarily from
WebOodi



Also in Into:

https://
into.aalto.fi/display/entik/Course+and+Examinati
on+Schedules



How many times I can try to pass?


Depends on
the course
, normally minimum
2
exams
per term


Limitation

to
study

time


and

residence

permits

Limitation

to
study

time



Master’s
programme

= Full
-
time study
programme



to be completed in
2 years with 30 ECTS/
semester


study
time and study success are monitored by the
academic and administrative
staff

euSYSBIO
:


study success (credits +
gpa
) reported to the
EuSYSBIO
-
consortium Committee after each semester


Regular reports to European Commission






Page
24

EuSYSBIO

students

have

responsibilities

and
obligations

set
by

European

Commission

and the
EuSYSBIO

Consortium
. The
student

shall
:





commence the studies in the beginning of the course and study full
-
time and
comply with established attendance rules.




pursue studies according to the
Programme

curriculum and according to the
established schedule and rules.




abide by the Universities’ regulations and statutes.




diligently and to the best of his/her ability apply himself/herself to the successful
completion of the course.




student is required to notify Aalto coordinator and KTH coordinator immediately,
in writing, of any changes in circumstances which may affect his/her ability to
abide by the obligations.




this is two
-
year
programme

and students are expected to graduate in two years.

Responsibilities and obligations of the

EuSYSBIO
-

students

Working

part
-
time
?



Citizens of EU/EEA
-
countries or Nordic countries can work without
restrictions





Non EU
-
citizens are allowed to work for a maximum of
25
h/week
during the terms
. There is no limitations on working hours in full
-
time employment during the holidays.




Note that working while studying may seriously slow down studies
as CSE courses at Aalto are quite challenging and time
-
consuming!


Renewing

residence

permits


Non
-
EU

students

must

renew

their

residence

permits

after

one

year
:



Application

for extension of the residence permit must be submitted
to the local police in person before current residence permit expires



The student must show that he/she has proceeded in studies as
planned:



at least 40 credits / academic year

Dishonest

behavior

What

is
considered


dishonest

behavior
?



=
practice where the student's purpose is to give false
representation of his/her own or other student's
knowledge and
an
attempt to influence the grading of
the course. Examples of dishonest
behavior
include
cheating in an exam, copying someone else's project
work or taking an exam for someone else
.



If, for instance, a student cites someone else's text,
images or programming code as part of his/her work,
the
cited part must be marked clearly!






Consequences

of
dishonest

behavior


1.
A
written notice of course failure to student’s file:


may
affect
eg
. getting assistant positions at the
department


graduation
with distinction not awarded even if GPA is over 4.0 etc
.

2.
The
professor in charge of the Master’s
programme

will be notified about
the written notice
.

3.
If
cheating is considered serious or repeated, professor can initiate the
disciplinary procedure:



as a disciplinary consequence, the executive dean can issue a warning



student can be expelled for a certain period of time (maximum of one
year)

4.
e
uSYSBIO
-
Consortium
Committee will be informed → possible
consequences at partner university:


the
student is in double degree
programme

so both parties delivering the degree are aware
of dishonest
behavior

5.
euSYSBIO
: the
European

Commission

will

be

informed
:
possible

consequences

with
scholarship

payments



CSE
building

IT
accounts

Paniikki =
Niksula

workstations in C106



Magnetic keys grant you 24 hour access to
Paniikki

(C106) and
guild room. You can get one from the main
library. Student card is
required. Student card

you can get
from AYY
Sihteeristö

(secretariat).
Sihteeristö

is located in
Otakaari

11, above the
shopping centre
.



More
information:
http://lib.aalto.fi/en/services/lending/magnetic_keys/


Problems

with
workstations

of Paniikki?


If

yes
,
first

contact

Niksula

(
reception

on
weekdays

12:15


14:00 in
room

B210)



More information:
http://www.niksula.hut.fi
/


IT Service Desk: A225, open Mon


Fri 9


11
(servicedesk@aalto.fi)





Computer
facilities

in
Maarintalo



also

Maarintalo

open
24
hrs



remember

to
always

keep

your

student

ID
card

with
you



Sources

of
information

Sources

of
information

1/2

Survival

Guide


A
lot

of
useful

information

Thriving

in Finland


Also

a
lot

of
useful

information

See

also


Aalto
First

Year

Experience

https://
into.aalto.fi/display/enafye/Homepage




CSE
Study

Guide
2012
-

2013
(
degree

requirements
)



Noppa
-
portal

and
WebOodi

(
course

descriptions
,
schedules
)



Sources

of
information

1/2


Into

portal

Homepage

for
Degree

Programme

of Computer
Science and Engineering:
https
://
into.aalto.fi/display/entik/Homepage



Information

and
instructions

related

to
studies



Master’s

thesis
,
graduation
,
forms
,
examination

schedules

etc.


Programme

Homepages

(
FAdCo
,
Macadamia
, MBI and
euSYSBIO
)



ICS
department

website
:
http://ics.aalto.fi/en/ /


Academic

coordinators


Administrative

matters
:


Study

Coordinator

Päivi Koivunen
(C211,
paivi.koivunen@aalto.fi
)






Orientations

today

(
curriculum

&
other

programme

specific

info)

Page
36



Macadamia

Today
after this session
,

lecture hall T2


euSYSBIO

Today
at

10.15


11.30, lecture hall T7


MBI

Today

at 10.15


11.30
, lecture hall T7


FAdCo

Today

at


11


12 lunch with the academic staff, meeting point in front of A346


12


14, info in Coffee lounge (A357, 3
rd

floor)



Welcome

to
study

Computer
Science and Engineering at Aalto
University
!