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A study that correlates the sound of the Northern Lights with the Schumann resonances
Open University studies eventually led to Anni Johansson to becoming a degree student at the School of Business, and the firm belief that she had chosen the right field.
The pavillion is a Finnish-British modern interpretation of a tea house.
Salu Ylirisku, Doctor of Arts, teaches design process and related skills to aspiring engineers at the School of Electrical Engineering.
Results of the joint application for higher education have been published in the Studyinfo service
For the first time worldwide, upper secondary school and university students went looking for 5G technology solutions to challenges met by shopping centres.
Finnish clothing designer Matti Liimatainen has created a range of garments that wearers themselves assemble by hand. Now he's using automation technology to bring people even closer to the production of their own clothes.
During the 2019 Finnish parliamentary election there were more bots on Twitter than expected but their impact was negligible
More than half a million Twitter accounts were analysed for the Master’s thesis.
Film, TV and scenography students’ “KOLO” exhibition won the Best Student Exhibition Experience at Prague Quadrennial 2019, world’s largest scenography event in Prague.
Business of Fashion website assesses the quality of fashion education in the global survey.
The architecture schools of Aalto and Yale Universities have published open, free-of-charge online curricular material called Decarbonize Design. The project was published in connection with the World Circular Economy Forum 2019.
Imaginative projects take shape through trial and error in an Electrical Engineering Workshop course
In the last weeks of the spring the Electrical Engineering Workshop has been abuzz with students busily working on their course projects. We were allowed to follow how one project progressed from the original idea all the way to the course's finale
Collection of photos from the Spring Demo Day held on May 28th in Väre Kukkapuro Lounge.
Ines Kalliala won the Näytös19 Award. In the Aalto fashion students’ fashion show also Alexander Luonto, Justus Kantakoski and working group Elina Heilanen, Aleksandra Hellberg, Camilla Naukkarinen and Noora Vihervirta were awarded.
Ideas and inspiration for including entrepreneurial elements into your course or program!
June 11-13, 2019
June 11-13, 2019
The Demo Day is an open gathering of Media Department’s students, alumni, staff and friends. You are all welcome!
FITech Network University offers free continuous learning in computer science. Applications are welcome!
FITech offers courses responding to the shortage of experts in the ICT sector. Studies in computer science are available at seven universities of technology. A list of available courses has now been published, and it will be complemented during the summer and fall.
How to tackle scarce data and high dimensionality in machine learning? Juho Piironen brings novel techniques to predictive modeling
Doctoral candidate, MSc Juho Piironen, studied Bayesian statistical inference in supervised learning problems and proposed novel techniques to account for uncertainty and computational cost in predictive model construction and feature selection.
Aalto University's spring fashion events have established their position in the world's fashion, clothing and textiles sector.
MA in New Media master’s thesis presentations will be held in Väre from Monday 13.5. to Wednesday 15.5.2019