74th Workshop on General Algebra
74. Arbeitstagung Allgemeine Algebra (AAA74)
Tampere University of Technology, June 7–10, 2007

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The City of Tampere

The City of Tampere is the third largest city in Finland after Helsinki, the capital of Finland, and the city of Espoo. The population of Tampere is approximately 200 000. The city of Tampere was founded in 1779, and in the 19th century Tampere was the leading industrial town in Finland. In the late 19th century the first electric light bulb in Nordic countries was lighted in Tampere. Tampere is still known as an industrial city. Research and education in several different fields have maintained and developed the industry in Tampere area.

Close to nature in the city? In Tampere it is possible. The city centre of Tampere is surrounded by two lakes and the Tammerkoski rapids run through the city. The Pyynikki ridge, parks and recreation areas makes the general picture of the city very attractive.

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The City of Tampere

Tampere University of Technology

Tampere University of Technology, TUT, was founded in 1965 when the first 132 students started their studies. A few years later TUT was relocated to the suburb of Hervanta, where the campus area is situated in these days too. Today, the number of students has grown to 12 000 and 2000 employees work at the university. Teaching is offered for example in the fields of architecture, electrical engineering, science and engineering, information technology and materials engineering.

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Tampere University of Technology

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