Aalto Science Institute

Science Factories

Aalto Science Institute supports the exploration of science by providing a platform to organise thematic Science Factories for addressing challenging, often multi-disciplinary scientific problems.
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These events range from workshops to small conferences and research programmes that gather together a limited number of scientists to work on a focused topic. They are aimed at international and Aalto scientists to meet and focus on timely and novel themes of modern research.

           

Organizing Professors/  Researchers   

           

Science Factories in 2015    

           

Risto Ilmoniemi and Synnöve Carlson    

           

3rd Science Factory: TMS–EEG Summer School
Pajulahti Sport Center, Sept 7-12, 2015

           

           

Riitta Hari     

           

Attending and Neglecting People,
Gustavelund, Tuusula, May 16-21, 2015

           

           

Marcelo Dias 

           

Statistical Physics and Mechanics of Forms and Shapes
Mariehamn, May 27-30, 2015

           

           

Santo Fortunato  

           

ICCSS 2015 - International Conference on Computational Social Science
Finlandia Hall, June 8-11, 2015

           

 

           

Organizing Professors/  Researcher

           

           

Science Factories in 2014

           

           

Cordian Riener 

           

Real algebraic geometry and its applications
Aalto University, Otaniemi campus, Feb 27-March 2, 2014

           

           

Antti Puisto 

           

Active Particles in Fluid Flows
Mariehamn, May 27-30, 2014

           

           

Santo Fortunato

           

Interaction Networks and Collective motion in swarms, flocks and crowds
Aalto University, Otaniemi campus, May 26-28, 2014

           

           

Adam S. Foster

           

Atomic structure of nanosystems from first-principles simulations and microscopy experiments
Helsinki-Stockholm ferry, June 3- 5, 2014

           

 

 

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