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The latest installation lectures available on video

Aalto University's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of aesthetics, biohybrid materials and wireless world, among other things.

 

​Tenured professors and President Tuula Teeri and Provost Ilkka Niemelä (on the left, back row) and Vice President Eero Eloranta (on the right, back row). Photo by Heli Sorjonen

As part of the university's tenure track career system, the newly appointed tenured professors delivered their installation lectures on their own research 12 October 2016. The videos of the lectures are available on Aalto University's YouTube channel. The lectures are in English.

 

"Does the gender composition of scientific committees matter?"
Manuel Bagues, Department of Economics, School of Business

 

“Magnetic materials as part of the electromechanical energy conversion”
Anouar Belahcen, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, School of Electrical Engineering
Read also: Hunter of the lost watts

 

“Algorithms and computation”
Petteri Kaski, Department of Computer Science, School of Science

 

“Biohybrid materials: where synthesis meets biology”
Mauri Kostiainen, Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Technology, School of Chemical Technology

 

“Computational image synthesis and analysis”
Jaakko Lehtinen, Department of Computer Science, School of Science

 

“Auctions and information”
Pauli Murto, Department of Economics, School of Business

 

“Aesthetics in three (easy?) steps”
Ossi Naukkarinen, Department of Art, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Read also: Professor of aesthetics dives into big data

 

“Imaging brains in action”
Lauri Parkkonen, Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, School of Science

 

"Design of marine structures meets continuum mechanics”
Jani Romanoff, Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering
Read also: Wannabe managing director becomes stubborn researcher

 

“Role of software in digital transformation”
Kari Smolander, Department of Computer Science, School of Science

 

“Antennas enabling the wireless world”
Ville Viikari, Department of Radio Science and Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering

 

“Wood – the material of the future”
Monika Österberg, Department of Forest Products Technology, School of Chemical Technology
Read also: Monika Österberg develops from wood a contender to oil

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