A new version of Aaltodoc publication archive now available

Aaltodoc is updated to a new version, hence the appearance of the user interface has changed.
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The purpose of Aaltodoc is to ensure a long-term preservation of electronic theses and publications of Aalto University. In addition to theses and publications the self-archived versions of the articles published in the scientific journals as well as conference papers are also stored in Aaltodoc. 

Aaltodoc contains the metadata of theses and publication. Full-text file is available if the author has given a permission for the electronic publishing of the full-text. The publications stored in the archive have a permanent URN identifier. Read more about the service.

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The magnetic properties of a material can affect how it interacts with light.
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A new optical metamaterial makes true one-way glass possible

Researchers have discovered how to make a new optical metamaterial that would underpin a variety of new technologies.
Mikko Alava ja kolme muuta tutkimusryhmän jäsentä kuvattuna teknisen laitteen äärellä.
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Significant grants for science from the Finnish Cultural Foundation

A total of thirty individuals and research groups from Aalto University received grants from the Finnish Cultural Foundation for science and art. Professors Harri Lipsanen and Zhipei Sun and their team, were awarded a large grant to develop electronic components mimicking the structure and function of the human brain. Among the grantees is also Professor Mikko Alava, whose team is developing water-resistant foams as substitutes for plastic using AI-based methods.
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Overview of Aalto's open access publications 2023

90 % of Aalto's scientific journal articles published in 2023 are available open access.
A group of 23 pose for a picture outside on a green hill with buildings in the background.
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Groundbreaking QRC-4-ESP project launched

Project aims to develop first quantum reservoir computing systems
with superconducting qubits and silicon carbide defect qubits