Tenure Track Professor in Automatic Control
Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation is an ecosystem where scientists and engineers from different fields of microsystems, electrical engineering and automation work together to solve the most challenging scientific problems.
Automation and Electrical Engineering, Master of Science (Technology)
The Master’s Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering prepares its graduates to perform in the intersection between hardware and software, ranging from the fields of Electrical Engineering and Energy sectors to Biomedical Engineering, Control Engineering and Robotics. Drawing from extensive research and fundamental theories in mathematical and natural sciences, the programme focuses on the applicable side of technologies, including topics like Autonomous Systems, Health Technology, Smart Grids and Renewable Energy Solutions.
School of Electrical Engineering
At the School of Electrical Engineering, we are experts in systems science developing integrated solutions from care of the elderly to space robotics.
Professor career at Aalto University
Tenure track career path
This page introduces the Aalto University tenure track career system for professors. The page contains information on the general principles of the tenure track, levels and description of the career system, professors' work profile and work time allocation as well as general regulations (Aalto tenure track policies and procedures).
Interested in joining our tenure track?
This page describes how to apply for Aalto University's tenure track. The page contains information on why to apply for Aalto University tenure track and instruction on how to apply. The site has instructions, for example, on application documents (including curriculum vitae/cv and teaching portfolio) as well as application and selection process.
Moving to Finland
Welcome to Aalto University and Finland Info Package
Welcome presentation on Aalto University and Finland for recruitment candidates of Aalto University
Moving to Espoo -Hello Espoo (external link)
Moving to Espoo -Hello Espoo weboages by the city of Espoo if you want to visit, live and work in Espoo, Finland.
MyHelsinki, moving to Helsinki (external link)
MyHelsinki, Quick guide on moving to Helsinki
For international staff
Are you thinking of moving to Finland to work at Aalto University - or are you already an international member of the Aalto community? The information below might provide interesting insight in the practicalities of living in Finland and working at Aalto.