Professor Yrjö Neuvo received Aalto's High 5 award

Professor Yrjö Neuvo, Chairman of the Digi and Energy Platform Boards, received Aalto's High 5 Research Achievement award

Professor Yrjö Neuvo, Chairman of the Digi and Energy Platform Boards, has received Aalto's High 5 Research Achievement award for developing Aalto University's multidisciplinary research platforms in the areas of energy and ICT research. He also arranges popular Bit Bang courses which have  educated a generation of PhD students, imparting them with a good understanding of how to combine rigour with relevance. He is the head of research in the Aalto University Energy Efficiency Research Program that supports multidisciplinary collaboration.

More information on High 5 awards in Aalto's intranet: https://inside.aalto.fi/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=38816262

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