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Students turned a regular indoor hoist into a robot with artificial intelligence.
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.
Aalto University is involved in a research project which aims to make robots try out new things and thus learn how to use them without precise pre-programming.
First-year students perform tremendously in the Electrical Engineering Workshop course and according to the course assistant a little sparky tuning is all for the best
Students working as course assistants play a vital role in one of the most important courses at the School of Electrical Engineering.
STEK donated two Voimala learning packages to Aalto Junior.
Smart Cities Centre of Excellence to be established as a joint project between Tallinn University of Technology and Aalto University
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.
The School of Electrical Engineering organised its traditional Research Winter Day on 13 March. This time, research was presented through demos.
Nominate your choice for the Award for Quality Teaching
Raimo Sepponen believes that Finnish health technology’s big future requires us to learn from the past.
One-week course in rotordynamics receives more participants from the industry than in the previous years
Students and industry participants got an overview of rotordynamics and learned to critically review rotordynamics reports.
Finland is home to technological excellence with world-leading experience in the development of autonomous transport and logistics.
Aalto is #1 in Finland with regard to relative number of research citations and employer reputation.
Innovators are invited to develop apps that improve life on earth by utilising satellite data.
Doctoral graduate Natalie Segercrantz likens research work to being an explorer. In a laboratory, one can encounter something that has never been witnessed before.
The first Family Day event of the School of Electrical Engineering will take place on 15 September 2018
The programme has something to offer for everyone.