18 results for News, Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering
An international team of researchers from Aalto University and Université Paris-Sud has significantly improved the propagation of data inside a microchip
Clearing up the world’s space junk can pave the way for better mobile infrastructure and other ways to move into space
Technique analyses changes to magnetic fields. Space weather impacts Arctic regions through its effects on electricity networks, mining operations and shipping.
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?
What do we see in a mirror? New metasurfaces look “bright” at one direction, while “dark” for the opposite direction
Researchers at Aalto University developed metasurfaces with extreme angle-asymmetric response. The new device can be a good or bad reflector depending on the angle the light hits it.
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.
Machine learning is increasing the pace of development of customised carbon surfaces with a wide variety of applications
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.
Esa Kallio, the man behind upcoming missions to send space probes to Mercury and Jupiter, blends the right mix of childish curiosity and steely determination.
Professor Antti Räisänen has completed his long academic career, beginning his retirement on 1 October 2018.
Finland is home to technological excellence with world-leading experience in the development of autonomous transport and logistics.
Aalto is #1 in Finland with regard to relative number of research citations and employer reputation.
Innovators are invited to develop apps that improve life on earth by utilising satellite data.
Doctoral graduate Natalie Segercrantz likens research work to being an explorer. In a laboratory, one can encounter something that has never been witnessed before.
A total of EUR 290 000 has been granted for new projects that pave the way for large-scale initiatives in the field of quantum engineering at Aalto.
Aalto is also involved in the space and imaging centres of excellence.
No fully corresponding phenomenon has been found in modern physics before.