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Introducing new professors at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture

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Aalto University is celebrating its new tenured professors with popular talks by our new Associate & Full level tenure track professors. In the short videos, the new professors enlighten us with personal insights and tell us why they're passionate about their field. The Installation Talks are joint interdisciplinary events three times per academic year.

At the Installation Talks event in autumn 2022, new professors Ranja Hautamäki, Mikko Jalas and Tomek Rygalik from the School of Arts, Design and Architecture presented their research area.

See below videos of the presentations, in English.

Associate Professor in landscape architecture Ranja Hautamäki: Nature and city: a love story or a battle?

Associate Professor in the field of Co-innovating for Circular Solutions Mikko Jalas: Co-innovating for circular solutions

Associate Professor in furniture design Tomek Rygalik: Tools for togetherness & reconnecting nature

More new professors will lecture at next Installation Talks event 30 January 2023, with professors Bassam El Baroni, İdil Gaziulusoy and Arja Karhumaa from the School of Arts, Design and Architecture.

Congratulations to all!

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Tenured Professors’ Installation Talks 30.1.2023

Aalto University celebrates its tenured professors with popular talks by the new tenure track professors of Associate or Full level.

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