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Students of Science celebrated their achievements

Some hundred students got their diploma. The awards for the best thesis were also granted.
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The TEK (Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland) thesis awards went to Otso Hannula for his thesis ”Game structure in knowledge co-creation” and to Abdulmelik Mohammed for “Combinatorial algorithms for the design of nanoscale systems”.

Both of them will continue with their studies at the School of Science to get a doctoral degree.

Thirteen Doctors of Science, one Licentiate of Science, 51 Masters of Science and 26 Bachelors of Science got their diploma.

The student orchestra Retuperän WBK and the female choir of Aalto School of Business performed during the graduation ceremony.

 

Pictures by Christina Parviainen ja Emma Holmlund.

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