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The latest installation talks available on video

Aalto University's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of fashion history and science of security, among other things.
Installation Talks 2020
From left, Aalto University President Ilkka Niemelä, Professor Paula Hohti, Professor Janne Lindqvist, Professor Sanna-Katriina Asikainen, Professor Aki Vehtari, Professor Esa Ollila and Provost Kristiina Mäkelä. Photo: Kalle Kataila / Aalto University

As part of the university's tenure track career system, the newly appointed tenured professors delivered their installation lectures on their own research 29 January 2020. The videos of the lectures are available on Aalto University's YouTube channel.

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