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The first installation talks of 2019 now available on video

Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of fire safety engineering and resilient architecture, among other things.
Installation Talks 2019
From left, Aalto University President Ilkka Niemelä, Professors Simo Hostikka, Karin Krokfors, Harri Laakso and Miina Rautiainen and Provost Kristiina Mäkelä. Photo: Aalto University / 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 30 January. The videos of the talks are available on Aalto University's YouTube channel.

Watch all Installation Talks videos in Aalto's YouTube.

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