Registerate to ECPE Tutorial which is organised in Otaniemi.
Come and celebrate the traditional opening of the academic year at Aalto University!
A seminar in order to celebrate 20 years of Research on Reward Practices Program.
Visit is organized by The Atlantic Council of Finland in co-operation with the Aalto University.
Open spatial data, importance of spatial analysis u...
The Untapped Potential of Urban Planning: Achieving Greater Success i...
The title of the dissertation is "Wood in sustainable constr...
Space technology needs top skills and knowledge, and Finland has good possibilities to carve out its own special area in this.
The multi-storey type of dwelling offers urban living in a small building and new opportunities for residential living in different life situations.
Service design can ease the stress of red tape and provide assistance via a single service point.
With future transportation services personal ownership of a vehicle becomes unnecessary.
Digital Health combines the digital and genetics revolutions, affecting health, healthcare, living, and society.
Bayesian multi-view models for data-driven drug response analysis
The title of thesis Real-time thermal state and component loading estimation in active distribution...
According to a doctoral dissertation, using virtual worlds for learning and self-development require a new understanding of people.
Oreck will coach students in marketing, developing customer experience, and storytelling.
Construction of the industrial internet campus begins at Aalto University.
University’s academic faculty HR practices conform to EU’s quality specifications.
Investment in equipment is speeding up the research and industrial application of graphene.
Sustainability and enjoyment are at least as important as economic benefits for participating in the sharing economy.
Dr. techn. Alex Jung has been appointed Assistant Professor of the Computer Science Department as of August 1, 2015 for a five ye...
The purpose of the Aalto University endowment is to generate additional funding for world-class research and education.
Christiane Heinicke and five other researchers are to spend one year in a research station that mimics the conditions on the planet Mars.