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Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

Our main research areas are algebra and discrete mathematics, analysis, applied mathematics and mechanics, stochastics and statistics, and systems analysis and operations research. We offer major and minor studies at both bachelor's and master's levels and provide doctoral research training. Our graduates have been recruited by universities, research institutes, governmental agencies as well as companies in the financial, energy and transportation sectors.

Mathematics and Systems Analysis research
Aalto University / Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

Research areas and groups of the department

For full information on the department, visit:

math.aalto.fi

Our research groups:

News

Aalto EIT Services
Cooperation Published on

EIT InnoEnergy - Energy innovation investment call (open until 30.4.2019)

EIT InnoEnergy call is an opportunity for Aalto researcher to get funding for such a research which is elemental part of a commercial innovation idea. InnoEnergy typical investment has been from 1-2 MEUR.
Urban mobility
Cooperation, Research & Art Published on

Aalto University is a founding partner of two new EIT Innovation communities

EIT Manufacturing and EIT Urban Mobility aim to make a sustainable and competitive society.
Dr. Mohamad Tavakkoli with Finnish Chemical Society President Dr. Pekka Joensuu
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Mohammad Tavakkoli receives Gustav Komppa award for his exceptional doctoral dissertation in the field of chemistry

According to the jury, Tavakkoli’s dissertation is of the highest possible research quality in chemical engineering.
Make Sauna Great Again
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Winning team hack the sauna experience to a new level at Junction

Collected data from the sensors inside of the saunawas utilized to come up with a solution that can be used simply by a human operator (e.g.: Facility manager) to provide users a better overall experience. The novelty of this method is its simplicity

Events

Where to find us

Undergraduate Centre

Otakaari 1. Mon-Thu 7.45-20.00, Fri 7.45-18.00

Aalto-yliopisto / Kandidaattikeskus / katsomo / kuva: Tuomas Uusheimo