Promising results obtained with a new electrocatalyst that reduces the need for platinum

23. March 2017

Researchers succeeded in manufacturing electrocatalysts with one hundredth of the amount of platinum that is usually needed.

Science and art Press releases

Customer-oriented city

22. March 2017

The School as a Service concept developed by Aalto and Espoo is a working example of a new type of service architecture of built environment.

Campus

The latest installation lectures available on video

21. March 2017

Aalto University's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of miniature robotics and optimizing human-computer interaction, among other things.

Science and art

Opening of the Health Technology House celebrated in Otaniemi

21. March 2017

Aalto brings research, teaching and entrepreneurs within the field of health technology under one roof with an aim to expedite the creation of innovations.

Science and art Cooperation

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship awarded to fabricate an organic polariton laser diode

21. March 2017

Dr. Daskalakis will utilize the novel approach of polariton condensation in organic laser diodes, paving the way for a new generation of micro-laser devices.

Science and art

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship awarded to study spin entanglement and Dirac materials

21. March 2017

Researcher Pablo Burset intends to separate the unruly pairs of entangled electrons with an exciting new device, a Cooper pair splitter, to advance the development of quantum technologies.

Science and art

Nanotube film may resolve longevity problem of challenger solar cells

17. March 2017

Researchers lengthened the lifetime of perovskite solar cells by using nanotube film to replace the gold used as the back contact in the hole conductor.

Science and art Press releases

EU grants nearly one million euros to Aalto University’s Marine Technology research

17. March 2017

Research on ship structures, safety of sea traffic and arctic marine technology is remarkable on the international level.

Science and art Press releases

Kaiku Health has helped over 20 000 patients

17. March 2017

Financial weekly Talouselämä ranks Netmedi as one of Finland's 10 most promising startups.

Science and art Cooperation

Researchers beat the quantum limit of microwave measurements

16. March 2017

The microwave measurement method developed by the researchers can be used in quantum computing and measurement of gravitational waves.

Science and art

Professor Juha Paavola appointed as chairman of Oskari Vilamo Fund

16. March 2017

Paavola has been working as an Assistant Professor and subsequently as Professor of structural mechanics since 1990.

Science and art Cooperation

AncestryAI algorithm traces your family tree back more than 300 years

16. March 2017

The family tree algorithm automatically searches for a child's most probable parents and creates family trees based on this.

Science and art

Two options for completing the international CEMS MIM studies

16. March 2017

Starting next autumn there will be two options available at the School of Business: the Global Mgmt/CEMS Master's Programme or the year-long Crown CEMS MIM.

Studies

GE Healthcare donates patient monitors to Aalto University

14. March 2017

Aalto and GE Healthcare intend to expand their cooperation in the future, especially in the areas of data analytics and machine learning.

Science and art Cooperation

The proximity of manufacturing increases the rate of R&D efficiencies

14. March 2017

The centralised operations model keeps most of the product’s added value in Finland. Usually, the price is the decisive factor when it comes to standard products.

Science and art Press releases

"An insufficient education makes it difficult to get a foot in the door when it comes to working life"

13. March 2017

Alumni seminar participants find that Finns must work to improve their interaction, mathematics and communication skills.

Other

From Outsourcing Problems to Effective Service Management

9. March 2017

In public sector context, outsourcing services is typically considered when difficulties are already at hand.

Science and art

Young Researcher Entrepreneur of the Year award to climbing wall developer

9. March 2017

Raine Kajastila, a graduate of Aalto University, has developed a technology that transforms an ordinary climbing wall into a games platform. This has become a successful product and business.

Honored Science and art

Vision 2030 for Finland’s construction industry

8. March 2017

Aalto University and 11 companies from the construction industry have established a consortium that aims to develop the Vision 2030 for the Finnish construction industry.

Cooperation

Business in London begins with a connection

8. March 2017

The student summer programme provides concrete help for growth entrepreneurs who are interested in the British market.

Other

Emeritus Professor Raimo P. Hämäläinen receives the Golden Medal of Merit of the Finnish Defence Forces

8. March 2017

The award was granted for his valuable work for the defence forces and national defence.

Honored Cooperation

CEMS Club Helsinki voted second best local club in CEMS network

8. March 2017

Students voted CEMS Club Istanbul the best local club and CEMS Club Vienna third best.

Studies Honored

Service economy researcher doubles as do-gooder

8. March 2017

Professor Risto Rajala gets enthusiastic about super-teams and about how his research could promote more sustainable industry.

Science and art

Art and Design at Aalto rose to the 13th place worldwide

8. March 2017

The QS ranking also listed Architecture and Management in the top 100.

Other

Alexander Frey wants to cut health costs with specialised yeast

7. March 2017

The Professor of Molecular biotechnology has harnessed a hardy workforce for tasks such as manufacturing cheap medicines and biofuels.

Science and art

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