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Special talks offered by HYBER

CoE HYBER offers special talks during the spring semester, WELCOME!

January 15th   talk "Supramolecular Origami: Transforming Paper into Twisted Structures" by of professor Mark MacLachlan from the University of British Columbia, Canada 2.15 pm at TUAS house, auditorium TU1.

January 22nd talk “Light Micro-Manufacturing of Functional Polymeric Systems“ by Carlos Sánchez Somolinos from the University of Zaragoza, Spain, at 10.15 am at Nanotalo seminar room 228 (Puumiehenkuja 2).

January 29th
14.15 -15.00 “Polymer matrix distribution and interface effects in nanostructured composites” byProf. Lars Berglund, KTH Sweden.
15.00-15.30 Dr. Vincent Ladmiral (CNRS, France), to be announced
15.30-16.00 “RAFT controlled Polymers for coatings and membrane applications
by Dr. Mona Semsarilar KCPC, Univ. Sydney, Astralia,
The seminar will be in the Dept. of Engineering,Otakaari 4, Lecture hall 215

March 5th "Bio-inspired Nanomaterials" by Professor Marc Knecht, Department of Chemistry, University of Miami, USA at 14.00 Puu 2, R014.

April 9th Professor Wim Thielemans: To be announced later

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Dr. Swarnalok De receives a one-year grant from the Finnish Cultural Foundation

Awarded for research on the development of wearable healthcare sensors for autonomous health monitoring of the aging population
The magnetic properties of a material can affect how it interacts with light.
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A new optical metamaterial makes true one-way glass possible

Researchers have discovered how to make a new optical metamaterial that would underpin a variety of new technologies.
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Significant grants for science from the Finnish Cultural Foundation

A total of thirty individuals and research groups from Aalto University received grants from the Finnish Cultural Foundation for science and art. Professors Harri Lipsanen and Zhipei Sun and their team, were awarded a large grant to develop electronic components mimicking the structure and function of the human brain. Among the grantees is also Professor Mikko Alava, whose team is developing water-resistant foams as substitutes for plastic using AI-based methods.
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Overview of Aalto's open access publications 2023

90 % of Aalto's scientific journal articles published in 2023 are available open access.