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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 industry group lead by Nokia Bell Labs is building key enablers for a fast 5G network based on smart light poles, which will form the digital backbone of future smart cities.
Sainio's responsibilities include the development of the school's Technical Support Services and the Aalto Works block in association with the future users of the block as well as Aalto Campus & Real Estate (ACRE).
To face the challenges of a warming climate, a new technique determines the long-term effects of moving Arctic ice on bridges or wind turbines
Jukka Tuomi, Research Director, died on 11 April 2019 by a rapidly progressing illness. He was one of the world's leading 3D printing experts. In remembrance of him we republish this Everyday choices interview on the Aalto University Magazine issue 20. The column focuses on the personal choices experts make in association with their field of research.
Students turned a regular indoor hoist into a robot with artificial intelligence.
The funding for the five-year Academy Research Fellow and the three-year Postdoctoral Researcher posts was awarded by the Academy of Finland's Research Council for Natural Sciences and Engineering.
Mechatronics course culminates in an event featuring student projects and circus antics.
Smart Cities Centre of Excellence to be established as a joint project between Tallinn University of Technology and Aalto University
Submit your abstract for the International Seminar on Safety and Security of Autonomous Vessels and European STAMP Workshop and Conference.
AScI funding awarded to planning future energy systems and to designing penguin-inspired active surfaces
Each programme to receive funding of €150 000 over three years.
Part 3 of 3. Lu Liangliang files his final report from the Antarctic before returning to Finland.
The start-up that began as a student project aims for the international market. Their goal is to be Europe's top solution in a growing field.
Aalto University’s Marine and Arctic Technology Research Group has outlined a new project to develop risk-based guidelines which holistically consider the impact of risks in ice infested waters.
Aalto University develops digital twins for the manufacturing industry together with Konecranes, Ideal PLM, Siemens, Remion and RD Velho.Aalto University is creating a network of companies interested in developing digital twin technology. Start-ups and SMEs offering products or services in analytics, product development and maintenance are of special interest, but the network welcomes everyone interested in the field.
Part 2 of 3. Lu Liangliang reports from the Antarctic at the beginning of the new year.
Using semantic matching to find teachers and students for the FITech Summer Boost course.
Digital twins are virtual copies of their physical pairs and can transform product development and maintenance.
The properties of material have crucial effects on the end products’ functionality. Professor Junhe Lian aims to improve the materials used in 3D printing or any other manufacturing process. He is focusing on metal.
Part 1 of 3. Lu Liangliang checks in from aboard the SA Agulhas II after departing Cape Town for Antarctica.