Rakennustekniikan päivä - Civil Engineering Day 2022

The theme for the year 2022 is "Civil Engineering Education"

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CE Day 2022_Joonas Lehtovaara

Annual event for stakeholders, organised by Aalto University School of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering.

Rakennustekniikan päivä – Aalto Civil Engineering Day 2022

Time: Tuesday 10th May 2022 at 1-4 PM

Venue: Dipoli, Lumituuli, Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo

The theme for 2022 is "Civil Engineering Education"  


13:00-13:10 Opening words, Professor Leena Korkiala-Tanttu, Head of the department

13:10-14:00 Overview of teaching in Civil Engineering

  • Professor Jani Romanoff, Changes in teaching
  • Professor Jarkko Niiranen,  Bachelor level education
  • Professor Antti Peltokorpi, Master's Programme in Building Technology  
  • Professor Wojciech Solowski, Master's Programme in Geoengineering  

14:00-14:30 Coffee break and poster competition vote

14:30-15:00 Student speeches: Joonas Jaaranen, Eelon Lappalainen, Kubilay Özen and Anna Antonova

15:00-15:45  “Future needs of education" Panel discussion

Co-chaired by Professors Heidi Salonen and Jouni Punkki. Representatives of stakeholders are:

  • SVP, Development Miimu Airaksinen, SRV Group Finland Plc
  • Managing Director Maija Jokela, Ramboll Finland
  • Senior specialist Matti Kuittinen, Ministry of Environment

15:45-15:50 Exhibition “SALVAӘƎ”- sustainable use of salvaged wood, in Väre 8-22 May 2022, professor Günther Filz

15:50-16:00 Poster Competition Results and Award Distribution

A poster exhibition on the research of the Department of Civil Engineering will be on display in the lobby near the Lumituuli. There is a competition for the posters and the top three are awarded.

Registration no later than 2nd May 2022  here

Official program ends at 16:00. A poster exhibition on the research of the Department of Civil Engineering is on display in the lobby. Networking with snacks until 17:00.

The exhibition “SALVAӘƎ”  can be visited in the main lobby of Väre 8-22 May.

The language of the event is mainly in Finnish.


Head of the department, Professor Leena Korkiala-Tanttu

Further information: Department secretary Elsa Nissinen-Narbro elsa.nissinen-narbro(at)

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