Research infrastructure

Research Infrastructure at School of Chemical Engineering belong to either Bioeconomy RI or RAMI RI.
Microscope image. Aalto University Bioeconomy Infrastructure. Photo: Adolfo Vera
Microscope image / Aalto University / Photo: Adolfo Vera

Aalto Bioeconomy contains facilities and resources for the development of chemicals, fuels, fibre products and materials from renewable biomass utilizing biotechnical, chemical and thermal processing technologies.

RAMI RI supports the research on metallurgical and hydrometallurgical processes and inorganic materials.

 

Aalto Bioproduct Centre

Bioeconomy Infrastructure

The Bioeconomy Infrastructure uses pre-treatment technology, thermal and catalytic processing, and biotechnology to produce a range of chemicals and fuel components and other materials from renewable inputs.

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School of Chemical Engineering / Raw materials research infrastructure

RAMI – Raw materials research infrastructure

RAMI Raw Materials is a national, joint research infrastructure. Its target is to strengthen the long-term core expertise in Otaniemi (together with GTK and VTT), and to place Finland among the strong actors in natural and new inorganic material research needed in the circular economy.

School of Chemical Engineering
Ongoing ESCA measurement. Aalto University / photo: Adolfo Vera

Online Booking for Bioeconomy and RAMI

BIOECONOMY and RAMI Research Infrastructures follow open access principles offering the facilities for users inside and outside Aalto University. Reservation rights are subject to training.

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