Honorary doctors' panel discussions and seminars
Aalto University celebrates the exceptional careers of the ten new honorary doctors in technology during the Ceremony week of 2022. Join the two panel discussions and seminars of your choice.
|Time||Event||Panelists and keynote speakers||Venue|
|10.00–10.05||Opening of event||Mikko Kosonen, Chair of the Board, Aalto University||Dipoli, Lumituuli|
Quantum Technology – The science and science policy
Jürgen Mlynek, EU Flagship of Quantum Technology
Antti-Pekka Jauho, University of Denmark
Jukka Pekola, InstituteQ
Moderator: Heikki Mannila, Professor,Aalto University
|11.00–11.30||Coffee and networking|
Deep Tech Innovations – From university to business
Panel opening by Janne Laine, Vice President, Innovations, Aalto University
Moderator: Nina Pulkkis, Science journalist
Jürgen Mlynek, Chairman of the Strategic Advisory Board, European Quantum Flagship: Quantum Flagship – The Way Ahead: How Europe Is Driving the Future of Quantum Technologies
Luísa Coutinho, University of Lisbon
Juha Kostiainen, YIT
Otakaari 4, 216
Otakaari 4, 216
|14.15–15.30||Anjana Devi, Ruhr-University, Bochum
The rise of atomic layer deposition: From fundamental research to modern technologies
Tuomas Tenkanen,Mobidiag Oy
From startup to success – case Mobidiag
|14.30–15.30||Juan Mosig,Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Stratified media, Spectral Domain, Square Roots and Sommerfeld Integrals
|Maarintie 8, hall TU1|
Register here for the panel discussions.
All events are held on the university campus in Otaniemi. The programme will partly be streamed online. The links will be added on this page on the day of the event.
Read the introductions of the honorary doctors. Please find the introductions of Sabrina Maniscalco and Jukka Pekola below.
Jukka Pekola is a professor of quantum nanophysics at Aalto University (Finland). He and his group study mesoscopic physics and quantum sensors. His work on the heat transport of nanostructures has set new standards in this field and his experimental studies in the middle ground between classical and quantum physics are unique on a world scale. The micro and nano-scale thermometers and refrigerators he has developed are cutting-edge achievements in nanophysics.
Prof. Pekola is the Director of the national centre of excellence in research, Quantum Technology Finland (QTF), Acting Director of the Finnish quantum institute, InstituteQ, and the Scientific Director of the national research infrastructure for micro, nano and quantum technologies, OtaNano. He is a recipient of a distinguished ERC Advanced Grant, two-time Academy Professor and recipient of the Simon Memorial Prize 2020.
Sabrina Maniscalco is a professor of quantum information and logic at the University of Helsinki, and an Adjunct Professor at Aalto University (Finland). She and her group studies theory of open quantum systems, and in particular non-Markovian quantum processes. She has coordinated several international and interdisciplinary projects and is recognised as one of the leading experts in quantum technologies.
Prof. Maniscalco is the Vice Director of QTF, Leader of Education activities of InstituteQ, and serves in the scientific advisory board of severals international institutions, such as the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (Austria) and the Quantum Technology initiative at CERN. She is CEO and co-founder of Algorithmiq Ltd, a startup focusing on quantum algorithms and software.
Further information: Master of ceremonies Tatu Pohjola, firstname.lastname(at)aalto.fi.