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How does digitalisation affect business, society and security? Join our public lectures to hear guest speakers from the industry and institutions discuss the hottest issues on digitalisation!
Welcome to the EIT Festival to discover EIT Innovation Communities in Finland!
Contemporary design students spent a week in Venice setting up the exhibition and gathering soil samples for the research.
Neuroscientists link mammalian behaviour to its underlying neural code at the unprecedented resolution of individual nerve impulses for the first time.
Ten-year contract enables long-term research collaboration. Ten projects are now under way.
The paper ”Text Sophistication and Sophisticated Investors” by Assistant Professor Juha Joenväärä & al. has been cited in an article by Amy Whyte in institutionalinvestor.com.
The ICT 2023 programme funds 12 Aalto researchers.
Petra Vokata's paper "Engineering Lemons" has been cited in alphaarchitect.com.
DNA microscopy makes it possible to view biological molecules on micro-level without expensive optics.
New nominations in leadership positions at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture for the term 1.9.2019 - 31.8.2024:
Aalto University's faculty and students are again prominently visible at Helsinki Design Week.
Aalto Fintech Seminar Series presents: New challenges and opportunities facing the financial industry
Seminar topics include digitalisation and new technologies, rapidly changing global landscape and new regulation. Seminars take place between 18 September and 16 October.
The summer 2020 Bridges conference: it’s a scientific conference, museum family day, short film festival and more combined
Everyone is welcome to build bridges between mathematics, art, architecture and culture
Explore the different areas of research taking place across the Quantum Technology Finland centre of excellence
Food production accounts for up to 70% of the global consumption of fresh water, the substance that is so essential to life. We need to change our diets to keep the Earth’s water from running out as its population increases rapidly.
Guy Julier takes stock of the Milan Triennale, Finnish skepticism and why the kids are all right.
Four new professors will join Aalto University during the summer and early autumn.
Saara Matala, Doctor of Technology and historian, studied last spring the role of Nokia engineers in the development of mobile platform security
Welcome to participate in a research project that undertakes a cross-cultural comparison of the perceived risk involved in walking near or crossing roads when using a smart phone or when affected by alcohol.