Teaching

Overview of current and past teaching activities.

Coding Virtual Worlds - DOM-E5162

This course is an introduction to coding virtual reality experiences. The students learn the basics of Unity 3D, interaction paradigms, and gain hands-on experience with the Oculus Quest. The course assistant is Jan B. Vornhagen. More information can be found on MyCourses 2020.

Immersive Sound - ELEC-E5690

This course explores the world of spatial audio and immersive auditory experiences from technical and artistic perspectives. The course co-teacher is composer Andrea Mancianti. More information can be found on MyCourses 2020.

Designing and Creating Virtual Worlds - UWAS-C0056

This course introduces design techniques for creating immersive experiences together with Prof. Lily Diaz-Kommonen. More information can be found on MyCourses 2020.

Figure: VR Story board by Madalina Nastasa, Jenni Tuominen and Suhye Choi.

Department of Media Doctoral School - DOM-L0006

The 2021 edition of the doctoral school is organized together with Prof. Harri Laakso. More information can be found on MyCourses 2021.

Figure: Doctoral school wrap up session in a custom Mozilla Hubs VR space.

Virtual Acoustics - ELEC-E5680

This course introduces techniques from virtual acoustics including room acoustics, reverberation, spatial rendering, etc. and is organized together with Prof. Tapio Lokki. More information can be found on MyCourses 2021.

Acoustics and Audio Technology Seminar - ELEC-E5630

The seminar will be arranged by Prof. Vesa Välimäki in collaboration with Ms. Henna Tahvanainen and Prof. Sebastian J. Schlecht. More information can be found on MyCourses 2021.

Guest Lectures

Occasionally, I participate as a guest lecturer incl.

  • Music Processing Synthesis (Dr. Maximillian Schäfer, University of Erlangen)
  • UWAS-C0063 - Observing Silence (Annika Sohlman, Aalto University)
  • CS-E5530 - Virtual Acoustics (Prof. Lauri Savioja, Aalto University)
  • DOM-L0004 - Media Culture and Theory (Prof. Lily Diaz, Aalto University)
  • Virtual Acoustics (Prof. Frank Wefers, University of Erlangen)