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Opiskelija Zachary Burda Dipolin edessä talvella Otaniemessä.
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Student Zachary Burda wants to develop robots that make people's everyday lives easier

Zachary studies automation and he has admired Aalto's modern and entrepreneur-friendly outlook since he was in upper secondary school
Dronen ottama kuva Otakaari 1:sestä, kuva: Mikko Raskinen
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How do you know where a drone is flying without a GPS signal?

In Jouko Kinnari's doctoral dissertation, the location of a drone can be determined using map data and sensors.

Apply now for the Designs for a Cooler Planet 2021 event

This year's theme is Resource wisdom. In a world of plenty, what is wise to design for the next generations? A university-wide call is open for the Aalto community in January.
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Entangling electrons with heat

Entanglement is key for quantum computing and communications technology; Aalto researchers can now extract entangled electrons using heat
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An electron microscope image of the device used to extract entangled electrons

School of Business alumni story: Elina Lamponen

School of Business, Mikkeli Campus alumna Elina Lamponen gives current students a valuable piece of advice regarding working during studies: “Try to get a job at a smaller company. The company might not seem as prestigious as bigger companies, but the duties are usually more varied, and you get to see and do more and get responsibility early on.”
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BScBA Program alumni Elina Lamponen

Daria can study with her friends despite the pandemic: ‘None of us needs to struggle alone with homework’

Bioinformation technology student Daria Liutina has been struggling with the new routines but enjoyed the flexibility remote learning gives
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Daria Liutina, Bioinformation technology student in Aalto University

The majority of Finland's ICT emissions are generated outside our borders – So our reporting must be adjusted

It is difficult for companies and consumers to obtain information on the environmental impact of information technology. Researchers recommend unified, cross-boarder reporting obligations for the ICT sector.
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Drawing of people using their smart phones.

School of Business student story: Osama Hamoud

Osama Hamoud, a 3rd year student of the Bachelor's Program in International Business never thought he could stay away from home for too long: “Despite being thousands of kilometers away from Cairo, Mikkeli still feels like home thanks to our amazing community.”
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BScBA student Osama Hamoud riding a horse back home in Egypt.

Aalto University attracted a record number of applications to master's programmes

More than 6000 applications for Aalto's master's programmes.
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Students at Otaniemi campus in the winter and snow, photo by Unto Rautio

School of Business alumni story: Tiina Palmunen

Our alumna Tiina Palmunen became interested in Kesko’s trainee program when she met with an HR representative of that company at Aalto Summer Job Day. At her current position as HR Specialist at Employee Responsibility at Kesko, she works with diversity and inclusion matters.
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Kauppakorkeakoulun alumni Tiina Palmunen

Welcome, student groups, to a virtual neuroimaging laboratory tour

In the laboratory you can use a remote connection to learn about a lie detector and a thermal camera, for example. We welcome upper secondary school pupils, upper comprehensive school pupils, students from universities of applied sciences, and others.
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Lämpökamerakuva, Aalto-yliopisto.

‘In electrical engineering you can build a more responsible and smarter future’

Student Emmaleena Ahonen feels that the future of the field looks sunny because skills and knowledge are needed even in unexpected fields
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Electrical engineering student Emmaleena Ahonen.

Metsähovi radio observatory joins a new European network combining optical and radio astronomy technology research

The network connects observatories around the world and allows observations to be made simultaneously at multiple wavelengths.
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Kupu on Metsähovin alueen maamerkki, joka näkyy lentokoneestakin. Kuvaaja: Joni Tammi

Researchers develop new way to break reciprocity law

The breakthrough makes a significant step forward in photonics and microwave technology by eliminating the need for bulky magnets
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visualisation of a time varying material structure, image Xuchen Wang / Aalto University

Events

Event highlights of Aalto 

MLCS
Lectures and seminars (recurring)

Machine Learning Coffee Seminar

Weekly seminars organized by Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI)
Illustrative banner for the From Lab to Market event
Online event

From Lab to Market vol. 3

Stories about science-based entrepreneurship!
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Lectures and seminars

ARCHITECTURE SPEAKS! series of lectures

International lecture series continues with new inspirational speakers.
Laptop computer keyboard detail / photo: Aalto University, Matti Ahlgren
Lectures and seminars (recurring)

Aalto CS Theory Seminar

Weekly series of talks on a broad scope of Computer Science theory.
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