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The Doctoral Programme discussed how get visibility for your research and awarded the best dissertations

The annual get together event was held for the fifth time this year.

The members in the Doctoral Programme gathered to listen to current issues in the doctoral programme and to discuss how the get visibility for ones research and ethics involving research. Invited talkers were Tiede Magazine’s editor-in-Chief Jukka Ruukki, Aalto University’s Communications Officer Minna Hölttä, Communications Specialist Suvi Lavinto from Aalto Industrial Internet Campus, Docent Mikko Möttönen from Department of Applied Physics and Dr. Henriikka Mustajoki from the National Research Ethics Initiative.

The presentations can be found in Into.

The best Doctoral Dissertations of 2015 were also awarded during the event. Based on the Department’s recommendations Jaakko Luttinen from the Department of Computer Science, Pekka Töytäri from the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management and Emmi Ruokokoski from the Department of Applied Physics, were granted the prizes of the three best Doctoral Dissertations of 2015 at the School of Science

From the right Jaakko Luttinen, Emmi Ruokokoski and Pekka Töytäri.

 

More information:

Emma Holmlund
Doctoral programme of the School of Science, Planning Officer
[email protected]

 

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