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Young people will upgrade your shopping trip with 5G technology

5G solutions developed by upper secondary school and higher education students were tested out at the A Bloc shopping centre in September.
Cooperation, Studies
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Aalto University / a child trying out VR glasses / photo: Atte Leskinen

Shaking up Tech brings hundreds of female students together to explore technology

Showcasing technologies ranging from spider silk stretching to VR trips through space and talks from inspiring speakers, the event made it clear that technology is for everyone.
Cooperation, Research & Art
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Shakin up Tech, biomimeettinen silkki. Kuva: Mikko Raskinen.

From space technology to spider silk and the bio-economy – over 2 000 women and girls gather for three different technology events

Technology companies will need more than 53 000 new experts in the next few years. We are holding 'Shaking up Tech' for high school students, 'Girls' Day' for upper comprehensive school students in Heureka, and 'Women in Tech' for technical professionals: three events that highlight the many possibilities in the field of technology and introduce role models.
Cooperation, Press releases
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Kuva: Mikko Raskinen

Doctoral graduates from the School of Electrical Engineering satisfied with their degrees and careers

In their responses to the career monitoring survey doctoral graduates also emphasised the importance of networking and project management skills.
Studies
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Aalto-yliopisto / tohtoreiden hatut

Science and technology entertained three generations on Family Day

The Family Day event introduced hundreds of families to electrical engineering.
University
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Aalto University / Scientist Pi's show / photo: Annamari Tolonen

Satellites and the Electrical Engineering Workshop aroused enthusiasm among jubilee alumni

Alumni who started their studies 50 years ago at the former Helsinki University of Technology convened to celebrate.
University
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Aalto University / Riemuteekkarit / photo: Linda Koskinen

Fast but controlled: racing car built during Protocamp course is equipped with artificial intelligence

The Speed Demon project team was commissioned to build a small self-driving AI racing car.
Cooperation, Studies
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Aalto University / Olli Paloviita lähettää auton kisaan / photo: Linda Koskinen

Renovations at Metsähovi Radio Observatory start in September

The observatory will see a total makeover in researcher and visitor facilities as well as in equipment.
Research & Art
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Aalto University / Students walking towards Metsähovi radio observatory / photo: Linda Koskinen

Passion and patience are the most important qualities for a researcher

Professor Caterina Soldano aims for developing next generation electronics
Research & Art
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professor Caterina Soldano, photo Annamari Tolonen

What does a Doctor of Arts do at the School of Electrical Engineering?

Salu Ylirisku, Doctor of Arts, teaches design process and related skills to aspiring engineers at the School of Electrical Engineering.
Research & Art, Studies
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Aalto University / Salu Ylirisku / photo: Linda Koskinen

Doctoral studies taught Osman Yilmaz the value of trial and error

Senior Researcher and Research Project Manager Osman Yilmaz, whose doctoral degree will be conferred in the ceremonial conferment in June, is now working on 5G at Ericsson.
Research & Art
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Osman Yilmaz

Space conquerors win the Finnish Engineering Award

Satellite development began with Aalto University’s technology students’ course work. Now the goal is to achieve billions worth of turnover and a global satellite network.
Honoured
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Suomalaisen insinöörityön palkinnon saajat

Who should be the next Electrical Engineering Alumnus of the Year?

Submit your suggestion by 20 September 2019
Honoured
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Aalto University / Matti Alahuhta / photo: Linda Koskinen

In the Bachelor’s Programme in Bioinformation Technology, the best thing is getting to solve study tasks together

The broad range of courses offered and the free movement between the different schools enabled Oskari Lehtonen to go deep into the topics that interested him.
Studies
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Aalto University / First year master’s student Oskari Lehtonen / photo: Linda Koskinen

A photo of a black hole was a distant dream – until now

Aalto’s Tuomas Savolainen helped make history with the first image of a black hole located 55 million light years away
Research & Art
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Tuomas Savolainen

Astronomers capture first image of a black hole

Aalto University contributed to paradigm-shifting observations of the gargantuan black hole at the heart of distant galaxy Messier 87
Research & Art
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Kuva mustasta aukosta

Graduates from the School of Electrical Engineering are happy to offer their expertise to students

At the ELEC Career Café, students at the School of Electrical Engineering had a unique opportunity to meet with business leaders and experts over a cup of coffee.
Cooperation, University
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Aalto University / Farah Salah at Aalto ELEC Career Café / photo: Linda Koskinen

Aalto nabs 3 ERC Advanced Grants

Aalto University has been awarded €6.3 million by the European Research Council to support three research projects over the next five years.
Research & Art, University
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ERC grant awardees 2019

Virtual world took people to space

The School of Electrical Engineering organised its traditional Research Winter Day on 13 March. This time, research was presented through demos.
Cooperation, Research & Art
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Aalto University / Aalto satellites family / photo: Linda Koskinen

Nominate your choice for the Award for Quality Teaching

Nominate your choice for the Award for Quality Teaching
Studies
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Award for Quality Teaching