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Starting on 8 May, Aalto University showcases talent in seminars, parties, lectures and exhibitions during Aalto Festival 2019.
Aalto University is involved in a research project which aims to make robots try out new things and thus learn how to use them without precise pre-programming.
Aalto’s Tuomas Savolainen helped make history with the first image of a black hole located 55 million light years away
Aalto University contributed to paradigm-shifting observations of the gargantuan black hole at the heart of distant galaxy Messier 87
First-year students perform tremendously in the Electrical Engineering Workshop course and according to the course assistant a little sparky tuning is all for the best
Students working as course assistants play a vital role in one of the most important courses at the School of Electrical Engineering.
STEK donated two Voimala learning packages to Aalto Junior.
Six press conferences will be held simultaneously around the globe.
Smart Cities Centre of Excellence to be established as a joint project between Tallinn University of Technology and Aalto University
Last year Shaking Up Tech, which encourages women to enter the field of technology, was fully booked in an hour. Thanks to the event’s expansion, more than 400 high school students can attend this year.
At the ELEC Career Café, students at the School of Electrical Engineering had a unique opportunity to meet with business leaders and experts over a cup of coffee.
France adopts new keyboard standard created with state-of-the-art algorithm
Aalto University has been awarded €6.3 million by the European Research Council to support three research projects over the next five years.
The Board approved the Annual Board Report and Financial Statements for 2018 on 20 March 2019. The year 2018 was Aalto University’s ninth year of operations.
The School of Electrical Engineering organised its traditional Research Winter Day on 13 March. This time, research was presented through demos.
A sufficient number of “whys” and “what ifs” prompted Professor Ivan Vujaklija to find more answers in an academic environment.
The message of Aalto Junior’s Women’s Day event was that, in the field of technology, nothing is impossible for women. More than 100 participants from schools in Greater Helsinki had an opportunity to visit, among others, Aalto's space laboratory.
Nominate your choice for the Award for Quality Teaching
Anton Paar Research Award to Robin Ras and Quan Zhou
Architecture improved its position, reaching 42nd place, while Business again made the top 100 in the recently published QS World University Rankings