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The first installation talks of 2018 now available on video

Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of carbon nanomaterials for health applications and origins and beneficiaries of invention.
From left: Professor Günther H. Filz, Professor Otto Toivanen, President Ilkka Niemelä and Professor Tomi Laurila. Photo: Lasse Lecklin

As part of the university's tenure track career system, the newly appointed tenured professors delivered their installation talks on their own research 31 January 2018. The videos of the talks are available on Aalto University's YouTube channel. The lectures are in English.

Günther H. Filz, School of Engineering / School of Arts, Design and Architecture:
"Form Matters and Why Form matters in fat-free Design"

Tomi Laurila, School of Electrical Engineering:
"Carbon nanomaterials for health applications"

Otto Toivanen, School of Business:
"Origins and beneficiaries of invention"

See also: Tenured Professors' Installation Talks - Aalto University
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJJ2tnFVQ9wTwtBS7inVzEAbyKuWNheKt

 

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