Siirryn emeritusprofessoriksi 1.8.2016 alkaen, jatkaen kuitenkin tutkimusta laboratoriossa. Läksiäisiäni vietetään 1.9.2016 klo 13.00 Aalto-yliopiston salissa B. Puhujina minun lisäkseni pääjohtaja Lea Kauppi Suomen Ympäristökeskuksesta, pääjohtaja Erkki Liikanen Suomen Pankista sekä Aalto-yliopiston vararehtori Tuija Pulkkinen. Tilaisuus on kaikille avoin.
Years have gone by fast, and at the age of 68 and after 35 years in the professorship it is time to make a transition to the role of an Emeritus professor. I will continue academic work as an Emeritus professor and keep on supervising my doctoral students. I would be most delighted if you could take part in my farewell event organized on September 1st, 2016 at 1 pm in Hall B of the Aalto University, Otakaari 1 F. The speakers will include Director general of the Finnish Environment Institute Lea Kauppi, Governor of the Bank of Finland Erkki Liikanen, Vice President of the Aalto University Tuija Pulkkinen, as well as myself. Regrettably the event will be run in Finnish, but I hope you will be able to catch some of the contents anyway.
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Prof. Hämäläinen is well known for his work in dynamic game theory and decision analysis. He is the author of over 200 publications and conference papers on decision making, control and dynamic games, energy modelling and environmental decision making and participation, and biological systems. He is also the designer of many widely used decision support systems. He is Director of the Doctoral Education Network on Systems Analysis, Decision Making and Risk Management. As a consultant he has helped to solve problems especially in the areas of environmental policy and risk analysis. Recently he has actively worked on the new concept of Systems Intelligence, developed by him and prof. Esa Saarinen, and its introduction to different organizations.
The Board of Finnish Operations Research Society nominated Professor Raimo P. Hämäläinen the Honorary President of the society for his contributions in developing the field of OR in Finland. The International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making presented the MCDM Edgeworth-Pareto Award to Professor Raimo P. Hämäläinen as the highest distinction that the international Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making bestows upon a researcher who, over his career, has established a record of creativity to the extent that the field of MCDM would not exist in its current form without the far-reaching contributions from this distinguished scholar. August, 2004.