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The latest installation lectures available on video

Aalto University's newly tenured professors gave lectures on the pressing issues in their respective fields.

As part of the university's tenure track career system, the newly appointed tenured professors delivered their installation lectures on their own research on 27 January 2015. The videos of the lectures are available on Aalto University's YouTube channel. The lectures are in English.

Design methodologies combine thought and practice
Antti Ahlava, Full Professor

School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Department of Architecture

Customers as part-time employees – implications of self-service for service management
Tomas Falk, Associate Professor
School of Business, Department of Marketing

Co-creating innovations for sustainable development
Minna Halme, Full Professor
 
School of Business, Department of Management Studies

Pure mathematics and dirty practice
Camilla Hollanti, Associate Professor
School of Science, Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

Basic neuroscience discoveries stimulate innovations and clinical applications
Matti S. Hämäläinen, Full Professor
 
School of Science, Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering

Business ethicists herding the sheep for the big bad wolf: European philosophical tradition and the role of applied ethics in a ripe capitalist world
Matti Häyry, Full Professor
 
School of Business, Department of Management Studies

“Investors behaving badly”
Markku Kaustia, Full Professor
 
School of Business, Department of Finance
Video coming soon.

Entrepreneurship and population ageing
Teemu Kautonen, Associate Professor
School of Business, Department of Management Studies

Electrochemistry without electrodes
Lasse Murtomäki, Associate Professor
School of Chemical Technology, Department of Chemistry

Enabling new functionalities through materials and microsystems integration
Mervi Paulasto-Kröckel, Associate Professor
School of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation

Quantum perspective of novel hybrid materials
Patrick Rinke, Associate Professor
School of Science, Department of Applied Physics

Using nature's asymmetry: from pagodas to nanopaper
Orlando Rojas, Full Professor
 
School of Chemical Technology, Department of Forest Products Technology

Optoelectronics: from materials physics and nanosciences to consumer applications
Markku Sopanen, Associate Professor
School of Electrical Engineering, Department of Micro and Nanosciences

Art education: towards greater equity and diversity
Anniina Suominen, Associate Professor
School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Department of Art

Uncertain superstars
Marko Terviö, Full Professor
 
School of Business, Department of Economics

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