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A year long wait is over - the Suomi 100 satellite was launched into space

The Suomi 100 satellite, part of Finland’s centenary celebration programme, was built at Aalto University and was launched into space on board the Falcon 9 rocket. The launch took place from California at 20.32 Finnish time.
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EIT InnoEnergy - Energy innovation investment call (open until 30.4.2019)

EIT InnoEnergy call is an opportunity for Aalto researcher to get funding for such a research which is elemental part of a commercial innovation idea. InnoEnergy typical investment has been from 1-2 MEUR.
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Aalto University is a founding partner of two new EIT Innovation communities

EIT Manufacturing and EIT Urban Mobility aim to make a sustainable and competitive society.
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’I see teaching as a great indicator of how well I myself as a researcher understand the topics’

Doctoral Candidate Glenn Ross was selected by the school community as Motivator of the year 2018 at the School of Electrical Engineering.
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Aalto University / Glenn Ross / photo: Linda Koskinen

Three ways artificial light affects your circadian rhythm - use these hints to improve your sleep quality

Light during daytime, devices turned off in the evenings and protection from light pollution will help maintain your circadian rhythm.
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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.
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New cooperative project develops problem-based learning in South Asia

A project coordinated by Aalto Global Impact will strengthen the capacity of universities to take hold of global development challenges.
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Aalto University and the Xidian University develop together the next generation of wireless technology

Aalto University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Xidian University in Xian, China have established a joint research laboratory on the next generation of wireless technology (post-5G and 6G), in particular the security technology needed for this.
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Almost 250 alumni participated in a get-together in Seoul

The alumni event was organised jointly by the Seoul School of Integrated Sciences & Technologies (aSSIST) and Aalto University.
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Aalto EMBA -alumnit kokoontuivat Soulissa.

Hey, space!

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.
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Aalto University / Students walking towards Metsähovi radio observatory / photo: Linda Koskinen

Aalto's AlumniStudent Weekend is a well-loved tradition

The traditional seminar for alumni and current students was recently hosted by the School of Electrical Engineering on Friday 27 October 2018.
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Aalto University / AlumniStudent Weekend at the School of Electrical Engineering / photo: Linda Koskinen

Tailoring the surface of carbon may hold the key to monitoring patient blood in real-time

Machine learning is increasing the pace of development of customised carbon surfaces with a wide variety of applications
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Hiilen muodostamia paikallisia atomirakenteita on lukuisa määrä, mutta ne voidaan jaotella vain muutamiin ryhmiin, joilla on tyypilliset atomi- ja elektroniset ominaisuudet.

Crystal Flowers in Halls of Mirrors course - apply now

The course is a unique opportunity to work with your hands and to build an exhibition in a group with many talents - including science.
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Suomi 100 satellite will be launched into space on 19 November

The journey of Finland’s anniversary satellite was delayed by almost a year because of launcher problems. The satellite will investigate space weather and take images of, for instance, northern lights and Finland.
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Professor Zach Taylor is finding technological solutions to clinical problems

Professor Zach Taylor's research is best described by two fields: Diagnostic medical imaging and Millimetre wave and THz techniques.
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Professor Zach Taylor/Aalto University, photo: Mortti Saarnia

Open Call for EIT RawMaterials Proposals 2019 (KAVA6)

EIT Raw Materials provides funding for projects related to the whole value chain in inorganic raw material production and recycling.
Call is open now until 15 February (pre-registration is mandatory by 11 January)
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Call a researcher! week 26-30 November - have a chat with experts on digitalisation and AI!

Do you have questions on digitalisation and its impacts? Want to know more on AI, platforms or industrial internet? Are you interested in circular economy, ecosystems or wellbeing technologies? Call a researcher!
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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.
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Aalto University / smartphone and a computer / Photo: Unto Rautio

From Mercury’s space weather to better decision making – the new Installation Talks now available on video

At their Installation Talks, Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal also the secrets of space astronomy, hidden expectations and mathematical physics
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Quantum physics and technology research receives billion-euro funding from the EU — Aalto University involved in three projects

Aalto University research groups will study and develop technology for quantum communication, ultra-sensitive magnetic sensors based on quantum optics, and photon-emitting quantum chips. The Quantum Flagship launched by the European Union will provide funding for ten years and for over 5000 researchers with one billion euros. The flagship will consolidate the best quantum physics research in Europe and transfer quantum technology from the lab to the market.
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Aalto University Quantum Bit Silicon Chip. Image: Jan Goetz.