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People and contact information

The university has six schools with 12 000 students and 4 000 employees of whom about 400 are professors. Get to know our experts in technology, business and art.

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Aalto People (external link)

Contact details for Aalto personnel

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Delve into our research – find the people behind it! (external link)

You can find publications, research units and departments in the research information portal.

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Management

The executive bodies of the university are the Board (AUFB), the President, and the University Academic Affairs Committee (AAC). The President's Management Team (PMT) coordinates the daily work at the university and the preparation of pre-decision motions. The Aalto Management Team (AMT) furthers transparency and open dialogue in decision-making regarding university development.

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Study at Aalto

Do you want to study in the Nordics in Finland? At Aalto University science and art meet technology and business. We believe in the power of curiosity and encourage our students to explore the unknown as well as to learn and do things in a whole new way.

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For the media

Aalto University Communications helps media representatives in all questions related to the university. You're welcome to contact us!

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Careers at Aalto

Aalto University is where science and art meet technology and business. We are an international community of 20,000 bold thinkers who shape a sustainable future with education, research breakthroughs and innovative ideas and solutions. Join us in changing the world – we have many attractive career opportunities to offer.

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Collaboration

Aalto University offers numerous opportunities for collaboration and networking. How would you like to collaborate with us?

Appointments

Mikael Huhtamäki.
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Aalto strengthens its entrepreneurial ecosystem in creative sectors with the lead of Mikael Huhtamäki

Project manager Mikael Huhtamäki is looking for ideas on how to develop multidisciplinary collaboration within Aalto University’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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Psyched up for computer science

How can we align technology with the way we think about, feel, and understand the world? Robin Welsch is a psychologist-turned-computer scientist on a quest to find an answer.
Jukka Niskanen
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Jukka Niskanen has been appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering

Jukka Niskanen (Ph.D) has been appointed five-year fixed term Assistant Professor position at the Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering as of 1 January 2023. The field of the professorship is Polymer Engineering
Jussi Ryynänen, Tapio Lokki and Jorma Kyyrä
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New heads of departments and deputy department heads appointed at the School of Electrical Engineering

Jussi Ryynänen, Tapio Lokki and Jorma Kyyrä will begin their terms as heads of departments in January 2023.

People stories

Amy Sidibé
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Pranava Pakala
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Student Pranava Pakala: The world is your oyster at Aalto!

Pranava studies Electronics and Nanotechnology and she believes that the field is the solution to most of the problems the world faces today
Marita Niemelä
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Marita Niemelä appointed to Aalto University Board

Andreas Mortensen to continue for a new three-year term
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Alumna Kiia Einola: The most important thing in studies was the ability to learn new things

The alumna of the Master's Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering feels that studying is more fun when you have other students around you
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