History of mechanical engineering in Finland
Yleisluontoinen johdanto aiheeseen, projektiin ja verkkosivulle – kirjaversiosta soveltaen?
Part 1: Technological education begins (19th century)
Many new educational institutions were founded in Europe during the first half of the 19th century to support the increasingly industrial economy.
Technology education in Finland began in the 1840s, fashioned after the model used in German-speaking Europe. The new Helsinki Technical School would become the cradle for technology education and research in Finland.
- The beginning of technology education in Finland
- Caught between theory and practice
- Martin Wetzer and the dawn of mechanical technology in Finland
- Anders Olivier Saelan and the founding of a new profession
- Crafts education diverges from engineer training
- Finnish mechanical engineers tour the world
- Facilities for technology education
- The German teachers in Helsinki
- The first professors of the Department of Mechanical Engineering
Part 2: Mechanical engineering in an independent Finland (Early 20th century)
Dolor sit amet.
- Research and education into military technology
- Technical training of naval officers
- Teaching of aviation technology during the interwar years
- Mechanical engineering laboratories in Helsinki
- The Albertinkatu electrical laboratory
- Eerikinkatu laboratories
- Development of the doctoral degree in technology in the early 20th century
- Studies under wartime