Collaboration and partners
Aalto University is dedicated to high-standard research and education with the aim of promoting well-being and quality of life.
Interacting closely with the surrounding society, we want to focus on practices that have already proven fruitful, while continuously developing new ways of working and sharing our expertise. As our partner, you will have an opportunity to contribute to the establishment of a new working culture and to that of a unique concentration of research, development and innovation.
The Aalto Factories are an example of a new and open approach to innovation. The workshops are dynamic and multidisciplinary collaborative environments for learning, teaching and research. They allow academic research groups and enterprises or public bodies to work together.
Aalto University is engaged in collaborative research projects with leading Finnish and foreign research institutes and businesses. These projects enable companies to have access to the latest scientific information. The University also gives companies the opportunity to network with other universities and research institutes.
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Magazine puts focus on materials research
Aalto University Magazine 16 examines a key research area that focuses on materials and the sustainable use of natural resources.
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Energy Breakfast: Enabling Materials for New Energy Technologies
Aalto Energy Breakfast presents some of the recent developments in material science for energy tehnologies. Welcome to listen and discuss!
Ccea, originating from Start-Up Center, has been growing all its 10 years of operation
An entrepreneur must enjoy selling.
Defence of dissertation in the field of usability research, Amandeep Dhir, PhD, M.Sc. (Tech.)
Exploring Online Self-presentation in Computer-mediated environments: Reasons for Photo-tagging and untagging
Defence of dissertation in the field of engineering physics, Jonne Koski, M.Sc. (Tech.)
Heat transport, fluctuations, and Maxwell's demon in electronic nanocircuits