The Centre of Excellence in Game Culture Studies has started its operation in the beginning of the year, […]
The CoE-GameCult was strongly present in the Digital Games Research Association’s (DiGRA) 2018 conference, which took place in […]
The new ICory (Intelligent Customer-driven Solution for Orthopedic and Pediatric Surgery Care) research project’s kick-off meeting was held […]
The CoE GameCult researchers were active in organising the Pelitutkimuksen päivä 2018 – the annual conference of games […]
The CoE-GameCult co-organises the Making Games seminar, taking place in Tampere, 23-25 April 2018. The seminar website and […]
Centre of Excellence in Game Culture Studies arranges a public lecture series titled Game Studies in Finland 2018. Lectures will be streamed online and videos will be published later on. All lectures are given in Finnish.
Kaikki luentosarjan luennot ovat katsottavissa luentosarjan YouTube-kanavalta.
Miten pelejä tehdään? Mitä pelit merkitsevät? Miten sukupuoli näkyy peleissä ja pelaamisessa? Pelitutkijat avaavat pelien salat kattavassa studia generalia -luentosarjassa, joka on tarkoitettu koko kansalle. Pelitutkimus Suomessa 2018 -luentosarja on osa Suomen Akatemian rahoittaman huippuyksikön ensimmäistä toimintavuotta.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Centre of Excellence in Game Culture Studies
The Centre of Excellence in Game Culture Studies (CoE GameCult) is starting in January 2018 in the Academy of Finland’s Centres of Excellence (CoE) program. The CoE will hire initially 6-8 researchers.
CoEs are the flagships of Finnish research, operating at the very cutting edge of science in their fields, seeking out new avenues for research, developing creative research environments and training new talented researchers. The CoE GameCult is joint centre established by the universities of Tampere, Jyväskylä and Turku, which have over 30 game researchers within their researcher communities.