Dipoli Newsletter, February 2018
The newsletter is sent about once a month to those working at Dipoli. Publisher Aalto Communications.
Next after work 1 March at 15.30, Dipoli
We’ll get together again on Thursday, 1 March, 15.30 at Bistro Tenhola in Dipoli. All Aalto people welcome!
Dipoli Gallery: Signals – From Nano to Space 27.2.–10.3.2018
The research exhibition of the School of Electrical Engineering is open at Dipoli for three weeks.
What is new in health technology, electrical systems, and acoustics? What is happening in nanotechnology, radio science, power electronics, communication, IoT, space technology? Or are you interested in signal processing, user interfaces, cyber security, and other current technologies and their applications? Signals – From Nano to Space exhibition has it all and much more! Welcome!
A new access control device at the Pine Cone (Käpy) door
The device is located beside the middle door outside. The pin code must be used during the weekends and in the night at 22–6.30. Otherwise the device works as usually by using the key card, unless the door has been controlled open.
Separating wall renovated in Aino & Elissa
The sliding door separating Aino & Elissa and the next room will be changed to a fixed wall. Unfortunately, some noise will occur.
New display adapters in Dipoli conference rooms
The three different adapters are bound together with the display cable and they are suitable for the most commonly used computers in Aalto. The cable itself is directly compatible with some computer models.
Cable: HDMI (e.g. some MAC models)
DisplayPort (e.g. HP laptops)
Mini DisplayPort (e.g. many MACs except the most recent ones)
USB-C (e.g. the latest MACs)
If you find that an adapter set is missing from some of the conference rooms, please inform the IT service: [email protected].
Room 1.164 in the Pine Cone (Käpy) area acts also as a room for resting
Due to the occupational safety instructions, the ad hoc conference room 1.164 in Dipoli will also act as a rest room. The need to use the room may arise, for example, if one suffers from migraine or nausea. The lighting in the room is suitably soft, with a couch to use. Should you need to use the room, please use a sign “Rest room in use”. You can obtain the sign from the Dipoli Reception. Please, be sure to return the sign to the Reception after vacating the room. Using the room for resting always precedes all ad hoc meeting needs for the space.
Dipoli’s exceptional opening hours during week 8
Mon-Fri 19-22 February, open 7.45am-8pm
Fri 23 February, open 7.45am-6pm
Sat 24 February, open 9.30am-3pm
Closed on Easter (Fri-Mon) 30 March-2 April
Dipoli’s restaurants – exceptional opening hours during week 8 and later in spring
Mon-Fri 19-23 February, Metso is open 11am-3pm (only lunch), Saturday closed
Mon-Sat 19-24 February, Bistro closed
Mon-Sat 19-24 February, Reima is normally open (Mon-Thu) 10.30am-7pm, Fri 10.30am-5pm, Sat 11.00am-3pm
Reima’s Café is normally open (Mon-Thu) 7.45am-7pm, Fri 7.45-5pm, onwards Reimas Café will be closed on Saturdays.
Mon-Fri 19-23 February, Café Carre is normally open (Mon-Fri) 7.45am-4pm
Fri-Mon 30 March-2 April, all restaurants are closed on Easter
Mon 30 April, restaurants closed due to AYY Wappubileet
Thu 10 May Ascension Day, all restaurants are closed