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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4th conference on Arts-based Research and Artistic Research
The theme of the conference focuses on explorations of arts-based and artistic research in addressing issues relevant to local and global community.
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EPNC 2016 conference
The conference will future oral and poster session as well as invited talks on selected topical subject in electromagnetic phenomena.
Dissertation in the field of Wireless Communications, Pramod Jacob Mathecken
4G and 5G communication signals under certain types of noises induced by mobile phones: Achievable data rates and solutions for removing such noises.
Researchers discover attacks against widely used cryptographic libraries
The researchers fixed the vulnerability by editing the code in a way that the attacker cannot learn the secret key of the victim.
Päivi Törmä appointed Academy Professor
The results of Törmä’s work are expected to pave the way to the development of room temperature superconductors.
Saija Hollmén appointed Vice Dean at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Ms Hollmén’ area of responsibility is art and creative practices.