Department of Computer Science
About the department
The Department of Computer Science at Aalto University is one of the leading computer science research units in northern Europe, located at the Otaniemi campus in Espoo, Finland. With more than 400 employees, the Department of Computer Science is the largest department at Aalto University. The department is part of Aalto University School of Science.
Computer Science field at Aalto University is routinely ranked among the top 10 in Europe and in the top 100 globally.
Department of Computer Science is a partner in the international education networks such as SECCLO and EIT Digital. It also has a leading role in the national online education network FITech.
Department of Computer Science is a member of Informatics Europe, which represents the academic and research community in Informatics in Europe.
Aalto Networking Platform
The Aalto Networking Platform brings together research expertise across departments, supporting collaboration both inside and outside of Aalto.
Research collaboration strengthens expertise and business development. New product and service ideas are created in study projects. Our campus offers an inspiring operating and networking environment. At Aalto's recruitment events, companies meet the top talents of the future.
Aalto JobTeaser- Recruit a student
We help employers recruit Aalto University students by publishing work and internship adverts as well as thesis and project assignments in Aalto JobTeaser.
FITech Network University
Study courses organised by Finnish technical universities free of charge. Courses are aimed at all Finns and permanent residents of Finland.
The Computer Science building was designed by Brunow & Maunula Architects and completed in 1998. The building has received the Steel Prize of the Year. The majority of the department's staff and students work in this building, at the center of the Aalto University campus. Some research groups have premises in the neighbouring buildings.
Research and learning infrastructures
Our research and teaching infrastructures are a prerequisite for world-class, cutting edge research. They offer opportunities for collaboration and foster the local innovation ecosystem growth. The large infrastructures are open for all Aalto and external users.