Game Changers – Aalto's impact on society

Game Changers is both a physical and digital timeline, spanning from the 19th century till today and into the future.

Stories about people, events and innovations are visualised on the page, which have derived from the Aalto time and its predecessors. We will also publish videos of Game Changers. The first video introduces Professor Gustaf Komppa, a game changer in chemical industry.

The content is modified over the Finland 100 year and we'd also like to hear your idea to the story. Please, visit Game Changers ( and suggest your story to the timeline by clicking on the 'propose' button. Should you have an anecdote related to an already published story, you can send that the same way.

Game Changers is one of the some twenty Aalto Finland 100 projects (

#aalto  #finland100


More information

Tatu Pohjola
Project Manager, Finland 100
tel. 050 576 0125, [email protected]

  • Published:
  • Updated:
URL copied!

Read more news

Opiskelijoita kävelemässä vihreiden puiden alla
Studies Published:

Donations make it possible for all the students to participate in student exchanges

International student exchange is an essential part of the studies of many students at the School of Business
Illustration image of an early autumn day, depicting Otakaari 2B from the opposite side of Tietotie. Some leaves are on the ground, there are people walking on campus, undistinguishable faces.
Campus, University Published:

Suggest a new name for Otakaari 2B building

Send your proposal latest by 14 June!
Picture of Marika Tervahartiala and Kamyar Hasanzadeh after the event in front of the Hybrid Stage area.
Research & Art Published:

Perspectives on open data: Aalto Research Data Uncovered

Marika Tervahartiala and Kamyar Hasanzadeh took the stage to share their insights on opening geographic and visual data.
Professori Risto Kosonen
Appointments Published:

Professor Risto Kosonen has been appointed vice-president of the European HVAC Industry Federation

Kosonen’s appointment was decided at the annual meeting of the Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning associations, REHVA, on May 12.