Wellbeing from Science and Art
Aalto University is an internationally unique combination of fields where science and art meet business and technology. The university strengthens Finland's competence base and creates conditions for innovations, economic growth, employment and wellbeing, now and in the future.
Scientific research and artistic activities can be found on three campuses, six schools, 36 departments and several separate research units and institutes.
Research and artistic activities in schools
- Research at the School of Business (biz.aalto.fi)
- Art and Research at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture (arts.aalto.fi)
- Research at the School of Science (sci.aalto.fi)
- Research at the School of Chemical Technology (chem.aalto.fi)
- Research at the School of Electrical Engineering (elec.aalto.fi)
- Research at the School of Engineering (eng.aalto.fi)
Ten fingers not needed for fast typing
The number of fingers does not determine typing speed, new study shows.
RT @riikkava: "In the real world we pay with real money. In online world you pay with privacy." -@mikko #aaltokyber
Defence of dissertation in the field of industrial engineering and management, Jarkko Leppälä
Systematic Risk Management on Farms
Defence of dissertation in the field of theoretical and computational physics, Ari Ojanperä, M.Sc.
Simulating excited-state processes in nanostructures using time-dependent density functional theory-based Ehrenfest dynamics
Rat Relay – problem solving through a 48-hour global relay
Members of the Aalto Design Factory network were presumably the first people ever to test teaching product development in a 48-hour global relay.
After doctoral dissertation
Farhan Malik found direction for his career with the support of Aalto's mentoring programme and Tapio Keränen.
Quality in photographic art
The study deals with technical and artistic quality in photographic art and asks, how can we define quality.