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His research and teaching contribute to the future of design, construction, and maintenance of Finnish bridges and other structures.
Professor Korkeamäki joins Aalto from the Hanken School of Economics
An innovative pilot course studied the circular economy, arts and systemic changes.
Welcome to the EIT Festival to discover EIT Innovation Communities in Finland!
Yle aims to recruit top talent from the technology and creative sectors and will join forces with Aalto University to expand their cooperation
Yle and Aalto University have reached an agreement on communicating about jobs, traineeships and exciting career paths for the students of Aalto. The Employer Services Key Customer Package will be valid for one year as a first step.
At the community event on 18 September, we will focus on discussing our strategic choices and emphasis points.
Course cooperation lets physics students learn science and language courses together
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.
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President Ilkka Niemelä has recognised eight teams from the Aalto community for their achievements at the Opening Ceremony of the Academic Year.
Speakers at the Aalto University opening ceremony included Minister of Science and Culture Hanna Kosonen and Chair of the Student Union Tapio Hautamäki. In connection with the opening ceremony, the School of Business building at the heart of the campus invited visitors.
Professor Olli Varis of the Department of Built Environment, School of Engineering, has been appointed Aalto Distinguished Professor. The title is awarded to professors of exceptional academic merit.
All Aalto University students can now apply for the open UWAS courses online.
Designing a sustainable transport system means recognising societal values
Falling Walls Lab Finland submission period closes soon, enter your research or business idea to be in a chance to compete in the international final
One of Helsinki Design Week's main events, Designs for a Cooler Planet, will showcase Aalto University's cross-cutting future prototypes, such as a nanocellulose bicycle, microbial headphones and Ioncell clothes
The Aalto Effect is a tribute to the ambitious and uncompromising work of dozens of researchers.
Aalto Thesis is a newly launched model for an integrated project-based and work-life oriented master’s thesis, executed as a part of a multidisciplinary student team.
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Results of the joint application for higher education have been published in the Studyinfo service