Welcome to Aalto Sustainability Hub’s research seminar – presenting Aalto CHEM

Sept 27th 11-13, at Harald Herlin –Learning centre (ex Library, Otakaari 9), TORI

With tea / coffee and “scones”


11.00 Welcome – Minna Halme academic director of ASH

11.10 Maarit Karppinen: Novel materials based on earth-abundant elements for next-generation sustainable energy technologies

11.20 Kari Laasonen: Carbon based catalysis: synthesis and modelling

11.30 Mari Lundström: Aalto-metallurgy, towards circular economy

11.40 Marc Hughes: Wood in sustainable construction

11.50 Monika Österberg: Can materials from the tree save the world?”

12.00 Orlando Rojas: Our contribution to sustainability by the use of wood: from food to energy harvesting

12.10  Pertti Kauranen: Closing the Loop for High-Added-Value Materials

12.20 Roope Husgafvel: Sustainability research in the Clean Technologies Research group

12.30  Seed funding for sustainability

12.40 Discussions and future avenues

Next seminars:  

26.10 14-16: Sustainability research at Aalto: BIZ presents
30.11 14-16: Sustainability research at Aalto: ARTS presents

Followed in Spring 2018 by ENG, SCI ja ELEC

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