Aalto University's solid expertise in the fields of economics, art and design and technology create a foundation for the most diverse scientific breakthroughs.
Scientific special know-how of the highest quality is a prerequisite for excellent multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research. Only thus can a multidisciplinary approach bring clear added value to the university. This means that the various departments are at par with the corresponding departments at other international top universities. This can be achieved when Aalto University builds on its own strengths and develops profound competence in carefully selected areas.
The University activities are based on long-term basic research and artistic activities as well as on high-quality teaching. Aalto University wants to enhance its expertise in all its areas of specialization and eventually rank among the top universities in the world.
The strength of Aalto University research is based on the collaboration and individual areas of expertise of the six leading schools in their respective fields.
Elina Määttänen, Sophie Sälekari and the partnership of Elina Äärelä and Heini-Maria Hynynen have been selected to be among the ten finalists.
The aim of the project is to ensure that 3D printing is safe for employees, at all stages of the process.
The competition is organised for the first time. The aim of the competition is to find and promote existing best practises and uncover novel ideas.
The title is "Micro-scale Distillation and Microplants in Process Development".