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The course provides doctoral students with in-depth knowledge and skills for conducting case studies and justifying their choices.
Continued donations from F-Secure and Huawei support scholarships for Master's students
The student and learning are at the centre of teaching, says Assistant Professor Taija Turunen.
The State of Darkness - a biosensor driven VR art installation will have its premiere at International Conference for Interactive Digital Storytelling (ICIDS) in Dublin.
Milja Komulainen and Ella Eskola, first year students in the Visual Communication Design programme, illustrated a series of cards for the Finnish Refugee Council’s ”Better Gifts” product family.
Dean’s List Scholarships in Academic Year 2017–2018 were given to 21 students.
Students from around the world joined the Aalto Bachelor’s Programme in Science and Technology – meet Dylan, Anna and Ishaan
In September, we received 39 new students in the Data Science and Digital Systems and Design majors that are part of the Aalto Bachelor’s Programme in Science and Technology taught in English. About one third of the new students in this programme are from Finland, while the rest are from countries like Vietnam, South Korea, India, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Russia, Italy and the USA.
The soothing soundscape designed for the new hospital was the first of its kind in Finland and unique in the world.
An updated course in radio astronomy allows students to observe far-away galaxies with the help of Finland's only radio telescope used for astronomical research.
Joona Laine’s master’s thesis studies crop identification with satellite imagery.
After months of work on two continents, underwater rover Find-X can be seen at an international exhibition of student works at Dubai Design Week in November.
The course is a unique opportunity to work with your hands and to build an exhibition in a group with many talents - including science.
Ilja Rautsi's horror comedy was awarded the Méliès d'Argent Prize for the Best European Fantasy Short Film today on Friday at the San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival.
Grants for studies in bridge and structural engineering are now up for application – applications must be submitted 12 December 2018.
Juha-Matti Tilli could not sleep; instead, he had an idea that took him to the vulnerabilities of Linux
Juha-Matti Tilli decided to investigate whether a problem related to the topic of his post-graduate studies could be solved better. At the same time, he realised that earlier solutions may have been vulnerable and created a gap in information security.
The students are experts in the service needs and lifestyle habits of the digital generation, which is the base for solving challenges in the #PSChallenge18 course.
A tool was developed as a customised student project to optimize material flows in a network.
Students in this multidisciplinary and multi-format IDBM Challenge course developed practical solutions for the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Hundred per cent of doctors from the School of Electrical Engineering are satisfied with their degree
Last winter, Aarresaari, a career services network of Finnish universities, conducted a survey on how doctoral graduates from 2014 were employed. A hundred per cent of doctors from the School of Electrical Engineering were satisfied with their degree from the career point of view.
One-week course in rotordynamics receives more participants from the industry than in the previous years
Students and industry participants got an overview of rotordynamics and learned to critically review rotordynamics reports.