Programmes

Aalto Doctoral Programme in Electrical Engineering

Thesis

Forms of doctoral theses in the School of Electrical Engineering

An approved doctoral thesis may be:

  • A monograph
  • An article-based doctoral thesis

Essay-based theses and other works meeting corresponding scientific criteria are not accepted as doctoral theses in the School of Electrical Engineering.

Doctoral thesis work

The topic of your doctoral thesis is approved by the Doctoral Programme Committee of the School when you are accepted to the doctoral programme. Your research plan is the basis for your thesis work. Read more on page Doctoral thesis at Aalto University.

Stepwise instructions for finalising the doctoral thesis

Before pre-examination

When you are approaching pre-examination, please familiarize yourself with the materials below.

During pre-examination

While your manuscript is being pre-examined, familiarize yourself with the next steps and read at least the materials listed below. You can also prepare for media coverage for your thesis, and make a draft of your lectio praecursoria.

Before public defence

The instructions for final steps before the defence are listed below. Check also relevant parts of the instructions on the previous section (permissions for publishing given, etc.).

Next public defences at the School of Electrical Engineering

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Public defences

Public defence in Acoustics and Speech Technology, M.Sc. Taeho Kim

Median plane localisation - psychoacoustics and spatial audio effects (title of the thesis)
A millimeter-sized water droplet hangs from a glass cantilever. The droplet touches the rough surface of a sample. A microscope
Public defences

Public defence in Automation, Systems and Control Engineering, M.Sc. Arthur Vieira

Wetting Characterization of Hydrophobic Opaque Surfaces and Micro Fibers (title of the thesis)
Doctoral hat floating above a speaker's podium with a microphone
Public defences

Public defence in Electronics integration and reliability, M.Sc.(Tech.) Samuel Rantataro

Carbon nanotube -based sensors fulfill all the requirements of brain-on-a-chip devices, paving way for broader adoption of the technology.
Doctoral hat floating above a speaker's podium with a microphone
Public defences

Public defence in Speech and Language Technology, M.Sc. Ragheb Al-Ghezi

Use of Self-Supervised Learning in Automated Speaking Scoring for Low-Resource Languages (title of the thesis)

Licentiate thesis

Please read more about licentiate thesis via the links below

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