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Aalto University has published two new policies: Policy on Open Learning Materials and Policy on Open Research Infrastructures

The policy for open access to theses is also open for commenting. The objective of the policy is that the archivable part of all theses approved from 2024 onwards will in principle be openly accessible.

The 2-year project on open science reference architecture is being finalised. The current material is available in Avoimen tieteen ja tutkimuksen Viitearkkitehtuuri 2030 versio 0.1 - Finn-ARMA - Eduuni-wiki (in Finnish). 

If you are interested in data, two webinars are offered by CSC (both in Finnish).

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Get to know us: Ville Alopaeus

Ville Alopaeus has worked as a professor at Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering since 2008. Researching separation processes and process modelling, Alopaeus aims to contribute to the transition towards a renewable energy and materials environment.
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Open university courses for spring 2024 have been published

Registration for courses starting in spring starts on 11th of December.
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Time off work - the biggest reason why fewer women are CEOs

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A summer internship with a twist: the story of prize-winning student Netta Karjalainen

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