Past events by Materials Platform
Events and services 2019
Events supported by Materials Platform in 2019:
- Atomistic Simulation of Carbon-Based Materials workshop with the prize for the best talk and poster.
- Winner of Best Contributed Talk: Doctoral Candidate Anja Aarva, Aalto University (Finland)
- Winner of Best Poster: Franz Martin Rohrhofer, Graz University of Technology (Austria)
Events organized by Materials Platform in 2019:
Materials Platform is organizing its annual photography event to support researchers in their application process. The event is meant for materials researchers who are preparing for funding applications this semester and need quality photographs of their materials samples to support the proposal.
Materials Matter is the manifest of the Aalto University scientific excellence in materials research at Slush 2018. Now all Aalto University and our dear guests have a chance to see it themselves! We are bringing the exhibited projects to the Dipoli Gallery for all of you to learn more about the exciting world of materials.
The exhibition will be open from 23.01.2019 (18:00) to 03.03.2019 (12:00) for everyone. To plan your visit, please mind the Dipoli opening hours.
Materials and Energy Platforms present a Networking Series to support you to learn about and practice networking skills.
The international workshop and tutorial focuses on young researchers to cultivate the next generation of scientists to proactively and efficiently exploit data-driven techniques in materials modeling.
Practical tips and tools for networking in a two-hour session.
Scientists from around the world who are working on various aspects of nucleic acid nanotechnology will discuss recent advances, fundamental challenges, and emerging trends in this fascinating research field meet in Otaniemi.
Welcome to AFPM 2019 in Espoo, Finland.
The Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine (AFPM) 2019 conference will be held in Espoo, Finland from June 5th to June 7th, 2019. The conference venue is at the campus of Aalto University in Otaniemi, Espoo located close to the capital Helsinki.
During the event, the audience will have a chance to familiarise itself with some of the conceptual ways of thinking about materials that inform the practice of Matthew C. Wilson, the Aalto University Artist in Residence. For Wilson, a material constitutes a multiplicity understood not only in terms of its structure and physical behavior, but also as a potential agent of histories, ideas, ideologies, values, and philosophies. Similarly, the mutability of materials through physical production processes occurs in relation to changing sociocultural processes that produce and mutate their meanings. We are looking forward to addressing those thoughts to the wider scientific community and initiate the discussion.
Events and services 2018
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Advanced Materials, a premier journal in the field, has dedicated an issue to Finnish research, covering several articles from Aalto University.
New materials play an important role in sustainable development and combatting climate change. New uses for old materials can also be a major industrial opportunity: for example, the value of biomass from forests in Finland can be doubled if used for manufacturing products of higher added value.
Events and services 2017
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Materials research plays an important role in future industrial applications and innovations.
The special issue of Advanced Electronic Materials published by Wiley Inc. presents 12 articles on materials research conducted at Aalto University.