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What will Otaniemi look like in 2050?

New buildings and services, more residents and plenty of green. The outlines for the next stage of development at the campus are already being drawn on the map.
Campus, University
Published:
Aalto-yliopisto Otaniemi 2035 Kuva: A-konsultit / Tietoa Oy

Research infrastructures received 4.7 million euros from the Academy of Finland

Aalto University's research infrastructures receiving funding focus on, for instance, new materials, bioeconomy and quantum technologies, as well as the development of maritime research technology and future wireless networks.
Research & Art
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Biotalous, kuva Safa Hovinen

School of Business moves to Otaniemi campus

An excellent learning and research environment will strengthen the international significance of the School of Business.
Campus, Press releases, University
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Aalto-yliopisto Kauppakorkeakoulu klusteriaula kolmas kerros Kuva: Mika Huisman / Aalto-yliopisto

Public art sparks our imagination

Aalto University is the first university in Finland to commit to the principle of the art percent.
Campus, University
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Kreutzstrasse by Gloria Lauterbach. Image: Mikko Raskinen / Aalto University

Architectural gems of Otaniemi

The architecture in Otaniemi pays homage to the legacy Alvar Aalto, Raili & Reima Pietilä and Heikki & Kaija Siren. The campus is emerging as a completely new and open place for study, work, living and leisure.
Campus
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Aalto-yliopisto / Harald Herlin -oppimiskeskus / alakerta / kuva: Tuomas Uusheimo

The preparation of a living strategy launched

Almost 330 Aalto community members brought up their views for the preparation of the new strategy in the kick-off event on 24 January. The event was attended by both staff and students.
University
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Aalto Strategy kick-off Jan 2019, photo Mikko Raskinen

From village to campus

Over the centuries, Otaniemi has lived through the times of a village community, mansions, and a student village. We asked an alumnus, a student and a business how they see Otaniemi today.
Campus
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Dipoli Käpy sisäänkäynti Kuva: Tuomas Uusheimo / Aalto-yliopisto

Campus steps into a new era

School of Arts, Design and Architecture and the School of Business move to their new and modern facilities.
Campus
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Väre aula arkkitehtuurikuva Kuva: Tuomas Uusheimo / Aalto-yliopisto

Green and urban campus

Otaniemi and the Aalto University campus are set to undergo rapid change, with plenty of new development in the works. At the same time, the character of the urban areas will be transformed into an inviting oasis of outdoor environments and verdant spaces.
Campus
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SLA havainnekuva viheralueista Kuva: SLA

Visitor record was made at the Harald Herlin Learning Centre

Last year we had 381,710 visitors at the Learning Centre, total growth compared to 2017 was 24 % (306,870).
Campus
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Harald Herlin Learning Centre, 2018. Photo: Tarja Paalanen

Tuomas Auvinen appointed Dean of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture

Auvinen's five-year term begins in March 2019.
Appointments, Press releases, University
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Tuomas Auvinen / Photo by Joonas Villanen

Mikko Kosonen appointed Chair of the Aalto University Board

Susanna Pettersson was appointed Vice Chair.
University
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Aalto University Mikko Kosonen / Photo by Jaakko Kahilaniemi

The last festive graduation ceremony filled the Töölö main building assembly hall

A total of 90 Masters of Science in Economics and Business Administration and three Doctors of Science in Economics and Business Administration graduated in the festive graduation ceremony held in the School of Business main building in Töölö on 21 December 2018. Next time, Masters of Science in Economics and Business Administration will be celebrated in Otaniemi in March 2019.
Studies
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Kuvassa valmistumisjuhla Töölössä joulukuun 21. päivänä 2018.

Aalto University and South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences engage in strategic collaboration

The objective is to increase the number of flexible study paths and to contribute to the emergence of innovations.
Cooperation, University
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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.
Press releases, Research & Art, University
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Metamirrors show different things to different observers

HAIC Student Scholarships supported by F-Secure and Huawei

Continued donations from F-Secure and Huawei support scholarships for Master's students
Research & Art
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HAIC student enjoying Aalto Campus

Aalto University is a founding partner of two new EIT Innovation communities

EIT Manufacturing and EIT Urban Mobility aim to make a sustainable and competitive society.
Cooperation, Research & Art, University
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Urban mobility

Aalto University and Singapore University of Technology and Design enter broad collaboration agreement

The collaboration will increase student exchanges, boost staff and faculty mobility, and advance innovation and entrepreneurship
University
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Slush18_Aalto_University_Ilkka_Niemela_and_SUTD_Chong_Tow_Chong_photo_by_Mikko_Raskinen_01

Coders to take over Aalto University at Europe’s biggest hackathon

Aalto University’s main building will host Junction on 23–25 November, when coders from around the world will tackle industry-set challenges.
Press releases, University
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Dipolin sisäänkäynti Junction 2017 -tapahtumassa. Kuva: Mikko Raskinen.

Aalto's AlumniStudent Weekend is a well-loved tradition

The traditional seminar for alumni and current students was recently hosted by the School of Electrical Engineering on Friday 27 October 2018.
University
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Aalto University / AlumniStudent Weekend at the School of Electrical Engineering / photo: Linda Koskinen