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Aalto University received EUR 9.2 million or 18 percent of the funding allocated.
Locally-based Haitian social entrepreneurs empower disaster-stricken villagers to rebuild and improve their communities
The Academy of Management Journal has just published a paper titled Collective emotions in institutional creation work, which has been produced at Aalto University School of Business in collaboration with the University of Birmingham. The paper addresses the often overlooked issue of how communities rebuild long after the NGOs have moved onto the next disaster.
School of Business graduates were invited to celebrate their achievement and to join the alumni community
Organized for the third time, the Masters’ Gala invited the School of Business graduates to celebrate their graduation.
Recent research shows that the cognitive abilities of the auditor-in-charge affect the quality of the audits prepared by the team.
Funding was granted by three Academy of Finland Research Councils: Biosciences, Health and the Environment; Culture and Society; Natural Sciences and Engineering
Computer science landed 95th place and four other subjects in technology among top 150
Heavy metal researchers, representatives of the music industry and artists meet for the first time in Otaniemi
The Modern Heavy Metal Conference will consider the authenticity and commercial appeal of the music, artists and culture.
Join the front-runner research in artificial intelligence – come to the FCAI flagship community event
Have you ever wondered how to harness the power of artificial intelligence to benefit your own research? Do you wish to collaborate and create something new and exciting with top AI researchers? Do you want to know more about the flagship program of Academy of Finland?
During the 2019 Finnish parliamentary election there were more bots on Twitter than expected but their impact was negligible
More than half a million Twitter accounts were analysed for the Master’s thesis.
Attend the lectures and follow the conferment events online on 13 and 14 June starting at 13.00.
Risto Siilasmaa, who delivered the Jaakko Honko lecture, recommends studying quantum computing and machine learning
The lecture, named after Chancellor Jaakko Honko, brought together more than 300 School of Business alumni to Ekonominaukio 1.
The Assistant Professor of accounting encourages companies to develop their sustainability reporting.
Transmission and distribution of electricity is cheaper in Finland than in other Nordic Countries - thanks to incentive regulation
Electricity transmission and distribution tariffs in Finland are below the European average because incentive regulation forces local monopolies to operate efficiently through cost competition.
The dismantling of obstacles to decentralised energy should continue.
The university’s values, purpose and way of working will be presented to the board for discussion in June.
The students were praised for their flexibility and wealth of ideas in the project work.
Thanks to improved economic status, families able to buy bed nets also for children and pregnant women
Tomi Viitala: I research subjects that have practical significance and are interesting to various audiences
This Assistant Professor of Tax Law constantly aims for steady improvement, both professionally and as an ultrarunner.
The total funding granted by the Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Biosciences, Health and the Environment and Research Council for Culture and Society is 3.3 million euros.
Personal scholarships are worth 1 000 euros.