School of Electrical Engineering

Collaborate with the School of Electrical Engineering

We offer multiple forms of collaboration to our alumni, companies and other organisations as well as the public sector.
Aalto University / AlumniStudent Weekend at the School of Electrical Engineering / photo: Linda Koskinen

For companies and communities

Are you looking to explore alternative perspective? Collaboration with us can have a significant role in industry’s competitiveness: transforming businesses, creating new insights and reforming strategies.

Build a strong base for knowledge and product development through research collaboration. Get new ideas from study projects. Employ future talents in the recruitment fairs. Find an inspiring environment for your business at the campus. Aalto University is full of possibilities.

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Aalto University / children watching a science theater show at Aalto ELEC Family Day / photo: Annamari Tolonen

For alumni

The School of Electrical Engineering organises a variety of alumni activities such as seminars, excursions, ELEC Family Day and career events where you can expand your skills and networks. In our alumni network, you will hear the latest news, upcoming events, education opportunities and other activities.

Nearly 45 000 alumni from 80 countries are already members of the Aalto University alumni network. As a member of the network, you get research news, contacts from different fields and multiple opportunities for self-development. Read more.

More information

Alumni and Corporate Relations Manager
Seppo Saastamoinen
tel. +35850 365 3706
[email protected]

 

Are you looking for new talent?

Employer services can help you in reaching students in many ways. Photo: Anni Hanen

Employer Services

Employer, be visible on campus and recruit students! Aalto University Career Services help employers in reaching the highly talented Aalto University students from the fields of business, arts and design, and technology and science.

Services

Give for the future

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Give for the future

The world needs new and revolutionary ideas, solutions, entrepreneurship, work and new kind of leadership. These will not come about by themselves. A donation to Aalto University is a donation for strong, internationally successful Finland.

News

Pauli Liikala, Kauppakorkeakoulun alumni
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School of Business alumni story: Pauli Liikala

‘I am grateful to the School of Business, its teachers and my fellow students – studying there gave me excellent skills and knowledge for my career and for my retirement years.’ says Pauli Liikala, our alumnus, who made a long career in information systems, management and their development, and who has also acted as a mentor to numerous students over the years.
Kauppakorkeakoulun alumni Iida Valin.
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School of Business alumni story: Iida Valin

'Interdisciplinarity and versatile possibilities to shape your studies, were definite strengths in Aalto. I believe that studying subjects differing so strongly from each other has helped me in my career. Especially during change situations, since changing my own perspective has been easier,' says our alumna Iida Valin, who works in the communications department of Posti Group, one of School of Business partner companies.
Rehtori Ilkka Niemelä katse kameraan suunnattuna, kuvattuna Dipolissa
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President Ilkka Niemelä: ‘We make an impact in society together with our partners’

At best, collaboration between Aalto University and corporates brings about solutions with a great impact on society. Collaboration leads to change toward a more sustainable world, develops new skills and knowledge, and creates jobs.
Mare Tranquillitatis IC-98, 2020  Art work is part of Aalto University Art collection Images: Aalto University/Mikko Raskinen
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Acoustic solutions made from natural fibres can reduce buildings’ carbon footprints

Aalto University researchers discovered that wood-based pulp fibres are also well-suited for making acoustic materials.
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