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Meet the teacher! In 2000, Kimmo Tuominen was in Japan for a conference trip while finishing his PhD in Theoretical Physics. These trips gave the opportunity to collaborate with others in the science community, and the friendships formed with like-minded colleagues have lasted to this day. Today, Kimmo is a physicist who teaches in the Master’s Programme in Theoretical and Computational Methods. "Instead of lectures, I teach by using case-based learning. We meet each week and solve problems together, as collaboration is an important skill needed in working life, too." The applications are currently open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
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Study physics, mathematics, chemistry and computer science. Find out more about the programme and how to apply.