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A study that correlates the sound of the Northern Lights with the Schumann resonances
Juan Carlos Vasquez is a composer, sound artist and researcher who was awarded as the Primus Master in the Aalto ARTS conferment ceremony this summer. He has been an active member of the Media Lab as a student, researcher and lecturer and has accomplished during his years in Aalto more than many of us could even dream of.
Architect Karin Krokfors says buildings should be designed to be adaptable over time. And that history holds plenty of examples for us to study.
Materials Matter, and Fragile Water, two popular Aalto University exhibitions, are being featured as part of the Finnish EU presidency, which started at the beginning of July, and which runs for six months.
Affect research explores how affects, sensory and bodily sensations, are created, and how they have an effect on employees and customers in organisations.
The book ”Navigating the investment minefield” by H. Kent Baker and Vesa Puttonen has been published.
Professor Caterina Soldano aims for developing next generation electronics
The projects focus on scientific, technological, business and/or artistic ideas
Marja Makarow, Director of Biocentre Finland, was conferred as an honorary Doctor of Technology at the ceremonial doctoral conferment event in Dipoli on 14 June 2019. Makarow, talented in many fields of science, urges Finnish universities to form long-term international partnerships
Aalto-based company wants to make advanced charging technology more accessible
Director of the Creative Sustainability programme Mikko Jalas taks about self-sufficiency and sustainability.
Altogether eight subjects rank in the top 100 worldwide
According to the findings of a recent review article, this type of technology could even help to recognize factors that correlate with mental health disorders
DigiEduHack brings together people from all over the world for simultaneous 24 hour hackathons, with the aim of developing solutions to pressing challenges in digital education. Join us and bring in your community to solve your biggest digital education challenge.
Aalto University, the City of Savonlinna and South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences step up their collaboration
The goal is to spur innovations in bioeconomy.
Researchers from the Sustainability in Business (SUB) research group are leading one of Aalto’s three consortia funded in the latest round of grants from the Academy of Finland’s Strategic Research Council.
Aalto University received EUR 9.2 million or 18 percent of the funding allocated.
The consortia were chosen on the basis of research quality, societal significance and impact.
What is it like to go to the Antarctic on business? At the end of 2018, Doctoral Candidate Lu Liangliang left for a hundred-day voyage to find out.
The National Strategic Group for Open Science, together with the Expert Group on Open Access to Research Publications, has produced a draft of an implementation plan to the National Strategy for Open Access to Scholarly Publications