25.11.2013

Haven SLH’s Hotel of the Year

Helsinki’s Hotel Haven was chosen as Hotel of the Year 2013 by its mother company Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) chose Hotel Haven as top of its 520 hotels based on reservations, photography, marketing and sales activity.

– We’ve worked very hard to fine tune our service level and as a result, received the greatest international recognition, says Hotel Manager Roni Saari.

SLH has hotels in over 70 countries, and each hotel is unique. Emerging at the very top truly requires something special.

– We couldn’t have done it without our excellent and committed staff, Saari praises.

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10.9.2014

Espoo Awards its 6th Congress Ambassador

Ari Sihvola, professor of electromagnetics from Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering is chosen as EspooAmbassador 2014.

EspooAmbassador operates as a congress ambassador of Espoo in Finland and abroad. The award was presented 28th of August 2014 during the annual EspooAmbassador event at Dipoli Congress Centre.

The decision was based in Sihvolas active work in national and international scientific organizations. Professor Sihvola has been involved in a number of program and organizing committees of international congresses, and thus have had a positive impact for the role of Espoo and Finland within the international scientific communities.

 

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10.9.2014

Koenderink Prize 2014 to University of Oulu´s computer vision scientists

The 2014 Koenderink Prize has been granted to Professor Matti Pietikäinen, Dr. Abdenour Hadid, and University of Oulu alumni, Dr. Timo Ahonen (Nokia Research Center).

The prize recognizes fundamental contributions in computer vision. It is awarded biennially at one of the most prestigious conferences in the field, the European Conference on Computer Vision, for a paper published exactly ten years ago at this venue which has withstood the test of time.

The awarded publication presents automatic face recognition with Local Binary Patterns, a methodology developed at the University of Oulu. This approach is currently regarded as one of the major milestones in face recognition research.

The conference publication and its extension to a journal article have already been cited over 3 000 times according to Google Scholar.

 

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