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Aalto University's research infrastructures receiving funding focus on, for instance, new materials, bioeconomy and quantum technologies, as well as the development of maritime research technology and future wireless networks.
The next ceremonial conferment of Doctoral and Master's degrees in Arts, Design and Architecture at Aalto University
Pulling off high-speed energy transfers in the lab gives researchers insight into quantum computing, high-speed rechargeable batteries, and other future applications of quantum technology.
Artistic research does not provide ready-made answers, but instead raises important questions. Artist researchers are currently interested in global topics such as climate change and migration.
In the Annual Review of the school altogether eleven prizes were awarded.
‘Refashioning the Renaissance’, researching and experimenting fashion techniques from the s16th century
History of fashion project funded by ERC, Refashioning the Renaissance, international fashion and textile research group based in Aalto University, has been working for two years combining traditional historical research with experimentation on objects, materials and techniques from the 16th Century.
Seppälä examines urban metabolism through a scenario method.
Force sensors to study living cells and microorganisms with extraordinary precision
Käsityökoulu Robotti is an extra-curricular school for kids that is as much about having fun bending circuits as about learning by breaking boundaries.
Batteries are needed for energy storage and electric transport – both play a significant role in climate control. In addition, the continuous growth in consumer electronics usage further increases the demand for batteries.
The sculpture gathers data sequences to help solve a quantum computing problem.
Aalto’s Kasperi Mäki-Reinikka wants art and technology to collide and make something new
Antti Oulasvirta’s work at Aalto University combines art, design, psychology and artificial intelligence—for entirely new ways of studying human-machine interaction.
Love simulation EVE studies the relationship between a human who wants to be loved and a loving AI.
It’s not only changing the way we process data, AI changing how we carry out research, period.
Artists have for long been quick to experiment, use and misuse new technologies--but does AI mean the end of human-made art?
The concept of UX goals, developed by Aalto University, were essential to the success of Rolls-Royce Marine's user experience team in designing the award-winning solution.
Research enhances understanding of sustainable production and consumption systems in circular economy
What does the recent research offer us in the fields of metal- and wood-based fiber systems for circular economy? How can we build sustainable business models and governance of circular systems? These issues were taken a closer look at Aalto Sustainability Hub’s seminar in November 2018.
The atomic layer deposition (ALD) technique developed by Tuomo Suntola revolutionised information technology in the 2000s. Now researchers are using it to make better catalysts, solar cells of record efficiency and hybrid materials that transport medicines and generate electricity from bodily waste heat.