The transition towards a hydrogen economy is necessary to radically cut down carbon emissions and it will have a key role in the energy systems, industry and transport of the developed carbon-neutral society.
School of Engineering
School of Engineering - Building a Sustainable Society
Energy technology, mechanics and materials, sustainable built environment, marine and Arctic technology, technical systems.
Creating sustainable solutions requires up-to-date infrastructure. School of Engineering has cutting-edge infrastructure for research, teaching and innovation, including unique, nationally significant research facilities.
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:
The Department of Mechanical Engineering is a leading multidisciplinary research establishment with strong industrial ties and impact on industry and society alike.
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.
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.
The School of Engineering operates in a number of buildings at the Otaniemi campus of Aalto University.
Mechanical engineering 1, K1
Construction engineering, R Building
Aalto Ice Tank, Water and Environmental Engineering
Water and Environmental Engineering, Water Building, Mon-Fri 8.00–15.45
Mechanical engineering 2, K2
Mechanical engineering 3, K3