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Developed at Aalto University, new metasurfaces can reflect light or sound waves into any desired direction or even split energy into more than one direction.
Researchers goal is to develop techniques for autonomous navigation for ships with focus on safety.
By broadening the scope of cooperation, Wärtsilä and Aalto University are looking to take on the challenges of climate change; scarcity of natural resources; and digitalisation together.
The space journey of Aalto-2 satellite is coming to an end - its trip finishes tomorrow night when it becomes a shooting star in the sky
According to estimates, Aalto-2 will hit the atmosphere on Thursday 7 February at 00.51 Finnish time.
Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of fire safety engineering and resilient architecture, among other things.
An international team of researchers from Aalto University and Université Paris-Sud has significantly improved the propagation of data inside a microchip
The most recent results of joint research are related to the temporal response function of speakers: we want to hear all sound frequencies at the very moment when they are supposed to be heard.
One hundred master and doctoral students will develop 5G and IoT application during the first weekend in May. There are still a few places available for corporate partners!
Europe’s top university-based 5G testing and experimental network will accelerate research in the field.
Nearly 60 employers were offering summer job vacancies to students at the Aalto Summer Job Day event
All Aalto University Bachelor’s and Master’s students were invited to the summer job fair.
IT Influencer of the year Janne Viskari: ‘Master’s Degree in Technology prepares you for virtually any work’
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Communications Janne Viskari realised during his studies that he was more interested in the coordination of matters rather than in-depth expert work.
Clearing up the world’s space junk can pave the way for better mobile infrastructure and other ways to move into space
This week, the Global Young Scientists Summit once again unites Millennium Technology Prize and Nobel Prize winners with some of the best young scientists from all over the world. Among them are Toni Pasanen and Juho Heiska from Aalto University.
Antti Oulasvirta’s work at Aalto University combines art, design, psychology and artificial intelligence—for entirely new ways of studying human-machine interaction.
As a professor of remote sensing, she develops methods that are needed in areas such as climate change research.
Technique analyses changes to magnetic fields. Space weather impacts Arctic regions through its effects on electricity networks, mining operations and shipping.
The competence clusters of photonics, artificial intelligence, and biomaterials promote high-level research, economic growth, and societal wellbeing.
Raimo Sepponen believes that Finnish health technology’s big future requires us to learn from the past.
Quantum Technology studies begin at Aalto – Pioneering physics student Artturi Jalli is already programming the IBM quantum computer
The unique Quantum Technology major takes you to the forefront of the ongoing quantum revolution in computation, communication, sensing, and simulation.
Radio waves are being picked up from galaxies long considered to be silent. What’s up?