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The application period for bachelor's programmes in Finnish and Swedish begins on 16 March. Find your programme and get ready to apply!

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K3 building in the summer

Check out the Aalto University Works K3 site online

A Webcam has been installed to the Aalto Works K3 site to follow the real-time situation. The site has been started up during the spring 2021.

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New study options for the Bachelor's Programme in Engineering

The spring 2022 joint applications process will feature four new options for the Bachelor's Programme in Engineering (studies in Finnish or Swedish):

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Paper packaging prototypes - miura ori technique. Photo: Valeria Azovskay
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Multidisciplinary research project based on origami seeks solutions for industrial needs

A joint project covering the fields of mathematics, engineering and arts is about to start at Aalto, where the aim is to study and develop folding technology for the needs of industry. In addition to Aalto, the project includes VTT as coordinator, and several companies from the forest industry to the machine design and cosmetics brands, such as Stora Enso, Metsä Group, Lumene, Mirka, Elomatic, Anpap, Orfer and Soften. Business Finland granted funding for the Co-Innovation project.
Opiskelija Design Factorylla.
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A record number of applications to English bachelor’s programmes

Aalto University received altogether 7 362 applications to these programmes.
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Aalto University strong in ranking for international outlook

Times Higher Education’s listing ranked Aalto 40th in the world and 3rd in the Nordics
Staff and students from the seven Unite! partner universities met at the 4th Dialogue event in Barcelona in November 2021 to discuss the future of Unite!.
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2022 brings new opportunities for the future of Unite!

In 2022 Unite! alliance is preparing for the new Erasmus+ call for European Universities Initiative and will be strengthened by two new partners.

Events

CSNOW - The Network of Women in Computer Science
Online event

CSNOW - The Network of Women in Computer Science

On January 27 come and hear about the CSNOW initiative at ETH Zurich for breaking down gender-based barriers and prejudices.
Intro to Scientific Computing 2022

Intro to Scientific Computing 2 - 4 February 2022

Are you starting your doctoral studies and you are unsure about the computational resources available for you? You are working from remote, but would you like to have more resources for your data science tasks? Would you like to learn about High Performance Computing (HPC) in practice? Join our hands-on course for data science workflows with HPC.
designtalks_cities
Online event

#3 DesignTalks: The relevance of design for cities

Why design is especially useful for cities? Núria Solsona (Aalto University) and Päivi Hietanen (City of Helsinki) are sharing their insights. Everyone is welcome to join!
A brightly colored decorative banner with the text "Good Life Engine" waving through. Around the text are yellow flowers and illustrated characters running.
Online event Lectures and seminars

Good Life Engine: Coaching as a leadership skill

Learn what is coaching and how to use it as a leadership skill!

Departments

Our research focuses on Arctic technology, sustainable built environments, mechanics and materials, multidisciplinary energy technologies and systems design and production.

To find out more about research at the School of Engineering, visit our departments' pages:

Research machine surfing on the ice at the Aalto Ice Tank.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is a leading multidisciplinary research establishment with strong industrial ties and impact on industry and society alike.

Researcher at the Department of Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering aims to build the structures of tomorrow through research, education and collaboration.

Students and teaching staff at the Aalto University Environmental Hydraulics Lab

Department of Built Environment

Water resources, spatial data, sustainable asset management and safe transportation.

Get involved

AIIC Smart Crane donation ceremony 2017

Collaborate with us

Our work at the School of Engineering is inspired by the needs of society. We seek to contribute to the development of society by taking an active role in Finnish and international life – dialogue with a variety of stakeholders and cooperation agreements with the Capital Region municipalities and key partners support this aim.

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Aalto University / Department of Energy Technology / photographer: Adolfo Vera

Foundation for Aalto University Science and Technology

The Foundation supports the scientific research and teaching of technical disciplines. The Foundation awards grants for MSc and DSc theses on a continuous basis, with the help of industry-donated funds.

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Give for the future

Join us in building a sustainable future! Together we can solve some of the toughest problems of our time.

Contact information

Contact details for the School of Engineering.

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Facilities

The School of Engineering operates in a number of buildings at the Otaniemi campus of Aalto University.

Otakaari 4

Mechanical engineering 1, K1

Konetekniikka 1, Otakaari 4

Rakentajanaukio 4

Construction engineering, R Building

Rakentajanaukio 4

Tietotie 1 C

Aalto Ice Tank, Water and Environmental Engineering

Research machine surfing on the ice at the Aalto Ice Tank.

Tietotie 1 E

Water and Environmental Engineering, Water Building, Mon-Fri 8.00–15.45

Vesihuoltotekniikka

Puumiehenkuja 3

Mechanical engineering 2, K2

Puumiehenkuja 3. Konetekniikka 2. Aalto University Campus and Real Estate

Puumiehenkuja 5

Mechanical engineering 3, K3

Puumiehenkuja 5

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