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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.
Research at Aalto University led to the founding of VisiLean, whose digital solution has found interest among international construction firms.
Aalto University develops digital twins for the manufacturing industry together with Konecranes, Ideal PLM, Siemens, Remion and RD Velho.Aalto University is creating a network of companies interested in developing digital twin technology. Start-ups and SMEs offering products or services in analytics, product development and maintenance are of special interest, but the network welcomes everyone interested in the field.
Ladimo's technology enables the creation of accurate, real-time 3D models of the environment. These models give sight to machines.
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.
Water resources are limited and vulnerable in many places in the world. Design students and water researchers joined forces to visualise sustainable water solutions in the Fragile Water exhibition.
Lu Liangliang reports from the Antarctic at the beginning of the new year.
As a professor of remote sensing, she develops methods that are needed in areas such as climate change research.
Using semantic matching to find teachers and students for the FITech Summer Boost course.
Digital twins are virtual copies of their physical pairs and can transform product development and maintenance.
The properties of material have crucial effects on the end products’ functionality. Professor Junhe Lian aims to improve the materials used in 3D printing or any other manufacturing process. He is focusing on metal.
2018 in a glimpse: materials revolution, Nobel laureates in economics, and students’ breathtaking art projects
This past year art and science were celebrated once again at Aalto University
Lu Liangliang checks in from aboard the SA Agulhas II after departing Cape Town for Antarctica.
Ship performance and safety takes a young researcher to one of the most remote places on Earth.
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.
EIT Manufacturing and EIT Urban Mobility aim to make a sustainable and competitive society.
Assistant Professor Matti Kummu secures €2 million ERC grant to explore sustainable ways to meet the growing food demand
The main aim is to assess globally what are the feasible opportunities to meet the future food demand with sustainable use of natural resources.
Anna Mikola, DSc (Tech.), has been appointed Professor of Practice at the School of Engineering in the field of municipal wastewater treatment starting 1 November 2018.