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Collaboration and partners

Concrete investigation at the Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering has a long tradition of co-operation with the surrounding society and the industerial world. The department cooperates with industry in all the important research areas including construction management, concrete technology, indoor air quality science and technology and geoengineering.

Partnerships are vital for us as we believe that cooperation enhances the significance and impact of our research results and improves our students' learning experience by bringing in real-life business examples to teaching.

Partners

  • A-Insinöörit (AINS Group) contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme, teaching collaboration in design management and lean construction.
  • CAMFIL contributes to the teaching of Indoor Environment Technology course.
  • FIRA contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme, teaching collaboration in strategic management in construction.
  • Granlund contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme and to the Indoor Environment Technology course.
  • Haahtela contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme and to teaching collaboration in design management.
  • Helsinki University Properties is a research partner in Digibuild project.
  • Helvar contributes to the teaching of Indoor Environment Technology course.
  • Inoroom is a research partner in HeMoHes project.
  • KK-Palokonsultti Oy is a fire safety engineering firm based in Espoo. They present real life examples of performance-based fire safety design and provide a case for project work.
  • The City of Kouvola and Kouvola Innovation Oy (Kinno) support our research and education, through MSc thesis topics, research partnership and collaboration with business life.
  • Lipsanen Oy contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme.
  • Lundén Architecture Company has collaborated with us in teaching and development projects of architectural engineering, focusing on collaborative design approaches, digital design methodologies and wooden structures, in particular.
  • Meyer Turku Oy teaches the principles of fire and evacuation risk analysis of passenger ships.
  • The Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK) supports our research and education in wood construction.
  • Parma contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme.
  • Parmaco is a research partner in the HeMoHes project.
  • Purmo supports our education in the Indoor Environment Technology course.
  • RAKLI participated in the design and teaching of the Indoor Environment Technology course.
  • Ramboll contributes to our research and education through lectures, MSc thesis topics and research partnership. Ramboll is, for example, a research partner in HeMoHes project.
  • Sitowise
  • Skanska contributes to our research through participation in the HeMoHes and Building 2030 research programme.
  • SmartWatcher contributes to the teaching of Indoor Environment Technology course.
  • SRV contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme.
  • Experts from the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) give lectures on the Fire-PRA of nuclear facilities.
  • The Finnish Forest Foundation supports our research and education in wood construction and collaboration with business life.
  • Sweco provides our students with thesis topics.
  • Trimble contributes to our research through participation in the Building 2030 research programme.
  • YIT is a partner in the Building 2030 research programme and in teaching in strategic management in construction.

Working with us

Find out more about collaborating with Aalto University through the links below. 

School of Engineering / students

Collaborate with us

Our work at the School of Engineering is inspired by the needs of society. We seek to contribute to the development of society by taking an active role in Finnish and international life – dialogue with a variety of stakeholders and cooperation agreements with the Capital Region municipalities and key partners support this aim.

Opetusyhteistyö

Teaching collaboration

Teaching collaboration offers companies visibility among students and the opportunity to reach the future game-changers at an early stage.

Aalto tutkimusyhteistyö

Research collaboration and innovations

Research collaboration with Aalto starts often from a single project but it may also develop into a long-term strategic partnership.