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Installation Talks of seven new tenured professors of the School of Engineering

The newly tenured professors tell about their research and why they're passionate about their field.
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The Installation Talk videos will be published starting from December 2020 to February 2021. The professors of the School of Engineering are listed beneath. All tenured professors' Installation Talks 2020 are collected on page https://www.aalto.fi/en/talks

 3.12. Wojciech Solowski, Associate Professor (tenured), geotechnical engineering 
THMC modelling of bentonite – Nuclear waste repositories safety barriers

10.12. Risto Kosonen, Associate Professor (tenured), HVAC technology
HVAC – technology for healthy buildings and sustainable society

17.12. Kari Tammi, Associate Professor (tenured), design of mechatronic machines
Data availability makes difference in mechatronics design & operation

14.1. Mikael Rinne, Associate Professor (tenured), rock mechanics
Rock fracture mechanics – and its applications in rock engineering

 21.1. Jarkko Niiranen, Associate Professor (tenured), computational structural engineering
Computational mechanics of microarchitectural solids and structures

28.1. Matti Kummu, Associate Professor (tenured), global water and food issues
Global food future – Opportunities towards sustainable food supply

  4.2. Heikki Remes, Associate Professor (tenured), marine technology
Sustainable high-strength marine structures

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