33 results for Event, Exhibitions and fairs, Lectures and seminars
The exhibition Fragile Water brings attention to our use of water.
Artist-researchers from Aalto ARTS conduct a multidisciplinary research project addressing ecological consequences of human imprint through ceramic art.
The exhibition showcases student work from the Crystal Flowers in Halls of Mirrors course
Complete 24 ECTS over the summer, solve real-life digital business challenges, and gain a unique skillset in information technologies, digital platforms or service design. Aalto ITP is an international and multi-disciplinary summer program taught at the School of Business.
Exhibition highlights carefully selected items from the Aalto University Archives.
Students design and build prototypes for businesses in the Protocamp workshop course organised for the fourth time.
CS forum is a seminar series arranged at the CS department - open to everyone free-of-charge. Coffee is served at 12:45 and the talk begins at 13:00.
Aalto Quantum Physics Seminar (Nanotalo). Speaker: Dr. Yuichiro Matsuzaki (AIST)
The Effect of Financial Fair Play Regulation on European Football Clubs' Salary Spending and Sporting Success
Jari Huikku, Niko Kivimäki, Lasse Niemi, Ly Pham, Antti Heiskanen (Aalto University).
A presentation luncheon: Neurotechnology - Toward path-breaking innovations for diagnoses, therapies, and research
The luncheon is jointly organized by Aalto Health Eat & Meet event series and the Health Talks event series
High-quality architecture is sustainable by nature. If thoughtfully designed and well maintained, it can last forever.
CHEMARTS Summer School 2019 explored novel material solutions and their innovative applications
Crops4Luxury (PeltoLuksus) project studied special crops that could replace synthetic textile dyes sustainably and ethically
There is an urgent need for sustainable alternatives to oil-based packaging materials such as styrofoam.
How to produce new types of silk-like materials in the context of synthetic biology
In Finland, more than one-third of construction and demolition waste is wood.
Cities are critical intervention points when addressing climate change and there is an urgent need to transform both how we live in cities and how cities support our needs.
Archilux takes its guests on an adventure to the sensitive nature in Finland
How might we create learning experiences to enable anyone to see what role they play in creating a more sustainable future for our societies and planet?