In the recent past, Aalto students implemented a simple processor. Now, they have further refined its structure and combined it with an AI accelerator.
Strategic corporate partner Nokia
In 2018 Aalto University and Nokia signed a partnership agreement to strengthen research and co-operation in the fields of information and communications technology, artificial intelligence, business, and arts and design.
There are currently close to 20 ongoing research projects involving professors, postdoctoral researchers, and doctoral and master's students from Aalto and Nokia. Represented fields include, for example, 5G technology, signal processing, antenna technologies, artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things, mobile cloud computing and advanced materials. Also, experts from Nokia are often seen as visiting lecturers at Aalto.
Support for students
Nokia funds approximately two Ph.D. thesis and 20 MSc thesis yearly. Furthermore, Nokia Foundation grants approximately fifteen scholarships for doctoral studies and research.
Nokia is active in recruiting Aalto students, who are highly valued in the company as trainees and in the entry level positions. Aalto student Veikko Saikkonen shares hiscareer story on a video:
News about collaboration
Nokia's donation to Aalto University will support research into new mobile communications systems, and particularly hardware development.
Nokia's president & CEO Pekka Lundmark gave a speech at Aalto University International Talent program's kick-off event on January 24th.
Collaboration between Nokia and the CEMS programme results in several strategic business projects every spring
CEMS as a unique global community delivers a leading Master’s in International Management programme, which educates responsible future leaders to contribute to creating a more open, sustainable and inclusive world.