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Originating from a course project, Aalto Explorer will continue its underwater adventure through crowdfunding. The aim is to send a remote controlled underwater vehicle to the Baltic Sea in the summer.
Starting on 8 May, Aalto University showcases talent in seminars, parties, lectures and exhibitions during Aalto Festival 2019.
Changing water circulation to resemble more the natural cycle with nature-based solutions.
Mechatronics course culminates in an event featuring student projects and circus antics.
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.
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 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.
Only a fraction of the water on Earth is drinkable, so we need ways to use it smartly.
The Fund awarded three doctoral dissertations and nine master's theses.
Most of the water we consume is hidden in food production, so we need to carefully choose what we put on our plates.
AScI funding awarded to planning future energy systems and to designing penguin-inspired active surfaces
Each programme to receive funding of €150 000 over three years.
The grants were presented at the Aalto Civil Engineering Day event hosted by the Department of Civil Engineering on 7 March 2019.
Architecture improved its position, reaching 42nd place, while Business again made the top 100 in the recently published QS World University Rankings
Part 3 of 3. Lu Liangliang files his final report from the Antarctic before returning to Finland.
The start-up that began as a student project aims for the international market. Their goal is to be Europe's top solution in a growing field.
Solar power seen as expensive without reason – already a viable option for one in three residential buildings
According to researchers, legal reform could spur a majority of properties to become energy producers.
These young entrepreneurs have already convinced doctors and investors. Their innovation is coming to operating theatres this year.
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.
Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of fire safety engineering and resilient architecture, among other things.