Corporate collaboration

New energy for companies from university collaboration

A strong base for knowledge and product development from research collaboration. New ideas from study projects. Future talents from recruitment fairs. An attractive environment for your company on campus.

Aalto University is full of possibilities. Come and create the future with us!

Harald Herlin Oppimiskeskus - Aino Huovio

Why to collaborate with Aalto University?

University-Industry collaboration provides benefits for both parties. For partners, university collaboration is an important means to get insight into latest research results and thus ensure company's long-term competitivity. Moreover, networking with top experts provides many benefits. For the university, networking with companies helps to ensure the relevance of university research and teaching, as well as maximizes its positive impact on the society and industry.

Smart Otaniemi Campus

Research knowledge & new innovations

Stay updated about latest research results and innovations for your future business development.

Graduation Party 2018 family. Photo Aalto University / Heli Sorjonen

Future talents

Find the best talents, get connected with the expert pool of the university and develop your own expertise.

School of Chemical Engineering / Raw materials research infrastructure

Networks and special resources

Benefit from Aalto’s wide research infrastructure and get connected with Aalto’s international academic partner network.

International Business -kandidaattiohjelman kansainväliset opiskelijat

Support for university development

Improve the quality, relevance and impact of university research as well as its funding possibilities.

The most significant benefit of our collaboration with Aalto University is the expertise it provides us.

Matti Kauhanen, Business Unit Technology Manager, ABB Oy Drives and Controls

What can we do together?

Aalto University offers companies collaboration opportunities in all areas of activity. The networking possibilities range from researchers to teachers and Aalto’s active student community. Collaboration often starts in the form of a single project, but can evolve into a long-term strategic partnership. We also encourage SMEs to take part in cooperation.

Partner News

Aalto-yliopiston rehtori Ilkka Niemelä ja Fortumin toimitusjohtaja Pekka Lundmark allekirjoittavat aiesopimuksen yhteistyöstä 5.4.2019

Fortum and Aalto University tighten their cooperation

3-year Memorandum of Understanding aims to promote bioeconomy and circular economy.

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Wärtsilä and Aalto University sign a partnership agreement

Wärtsilä and Aalto University sign partnership agreement to broaden cooperation

By broadening the scope of cooperation, Wärtsilä and Aalto University are looking to take on the challenges of climate change; scarcity of natural resources; and digitalisation together.

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Fiskars partners in design exploration with Aalto University

The cooperation between Fiskars and Aalto University started in 2017 by defining shared interest areas in the long term, and first concrete projects started in 2018.

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Aalto-yliopiston ja Nesteen välisen aiesopimuksen allekirjoitus 10.10.2018

Neste and Aalto University to begin strategic research cooperation to strengthen Finnish competitiveness

Neste and Aalto University to begin strategic research cooperation to strengthen Finnish competitiveness

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Intelligent robotics

Finnish Center of Artificial Intelligence FCAI and VTT join forces

Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT will join Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI launched by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki as a third founding member.

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Contact the Aalto Corporate Relations team

Mirella Lähteenmäki

Mirella Lähteenmäki

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Head of Corporate Relations
Anne Kosola

Anne Kosola

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Manager, Corporate Relations, Partnership Development
Pirita Posti

Pirita Posti

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Corporate Relations Manager, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Petri Silenius

Petri Silenius

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Manager, Corporate Relations, D.Sc. (Tech.), School of Chemical Engineering
Ilkka Hyytiäinen

Ilkka Hyytiäinen

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Innovation Advisor, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Services, School of Science
Terhi Kajaste

Terhi Kajaste

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Corporate Relations Manager, Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI)
Heikki Lahtinen

Heikki Lahtinen

Advancement and Corporate Engagement (ADCO)
Manager
Anne Salonvaara

Anne Salonvaara

Dean's Unit of the School of Business
Senior Manager/Corporate Relations

News

Opiskelijat kuvasivat videoita Postille, kuten oli projektin toimeksianto
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A student team created and produced a recruitment video and social media videos for Posti Group

The students were praised for their flexibility and wealth of ideas in the project work.
Aalto Vision Forum
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A village chief calls for responsible innovation, and an urban economics expert for tight-knit urban development

Aalto Vision Forum explored opportunities for growth in a rapidly changing operating environment.
Alma Media ja Kauppakorkeakoulu ovat solmineet keskenään kaksivuotisen kumppanuussopimuksen.
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Alma Media becomes Premium Partner of School of Business

Alma Media and the School of Business have signed a two-year partnership agreement.
Kauppakorkeakoulun tuoreen Premium Partnerin Finavian nimikkosalin avajaiset 29. huhtikuuta. Tarjolla vapun kunniaksi simaa ja munkkeja.
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Events

Iines Jakovlev: Hidden Lake Photo: Anne Kinnunen
Exhibitions and fairs

Fragile Water design exhibition at Helsinki Airport

The exhibition Fragile Water brings attention to our use of water.
Monikulttuurisen työyhteisön tapaaminen / Kuvaaja Aalto-yliopisto, Unto Rautio
Lectures and seminars

Summer courses!

Registration for the Open University Summer courses starts on April 10th.
Image: Taneli Luotoniemi.
Exhibitions and fairs

IN TRANSITION - Mathematics and Art student exhibition at the Espoo Cultural Centre

The exhibition showcases student work from the Crystal Flowers in Halls of Mirrors course
Information Technology Program (ITP)
Lectures and seminars

Information Technology Program summer studies

Complete 24 ECTS over the summer, solve real-life digital business challenges, and gain a unique skillset in information technologies, digital platforms or service design. Aalto ITP is an international and multi-disciplinary summer program taught at the School of Business.
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