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The topics covered in the alumni seminar also included new business models and the societal impact of AI and digitalisation.
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.
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.
As we develop extremely liquid-repellent surfaces, the errors in existing measurement techniques are getting too large.
Low Temperature Laboratory receives over one million euros in funding, opening more widely to European researchers
The Low Temperature Laboratory develops quantum sensors needed in nanoelectronics research, among other core activities
Scientific conferences are expensive, time-consuming and often involve a heavy carbon footprint. Luckily, there are alternatives
Achievement can be applied to speed up quantum computers and design new quantum technological devices
Anton Paar Research Award to Robin Ras and Quan Zhou
By combining artificial intelligence and hyperspectral imaging, we can make sure facilities are clean during norovirus and flu season—cutting cleaning costs and reducing use of disinfectants
The main objective of BATCircle is to generate added value to sectors manufacturing battery metals and chemicals, and their circular economy.
Professors Päivi Törmä and Sergei A. Tretyakov named Outstanding Referees by the American Physical Society.
Scientists at Aalto University and VTT have developed a faster way to read information out of qubits, the basic building blocks of a quantum computer
From 15th until 17th February 2019 the Helsinki SkyWheel and Allas Sea Pool are the base for the 5th Quantum Game Jam; an intensive weekend during which game makers and physicists get together with the aim of creating games that harness the nature of quantum mechanics.
Pulling off high-speed energy transfers in the lab gives researchers insight into quantum computing, high-speed rechargeable batteries, and other future applications of quantum technology.
Force sensors to study living cells and microorganisms with extraordinary precision
New approach holds potential to slash research and development costs for designer materials and technologies of the future
Finnish Olympiad in Informatics announces winners: a study place and international contests as incentives for secondary school students
Finnish Olympiad in Informatics 2019 winners are Santeri Toivonen, Roope Salmi and Olli Järviniemi. The competition may guarantee a study place at a university for the best competitors or take them to international programming competitions.
There isn’t much on Earth but you can find it just about everywhere else — how a type of helium might tell us how everything we know got its start.
It’s not only changing the way we process data, AI changing how we carry out research, period.
Artists have for long been quick to experiment, use and misuse new technologies--but does AI mean the end of human-made art?