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3-year Memorandum of Understanding aims to promote bioeconomy and circular economy.
The Dean of the School of Chemical Engineering Kristiina Kruus doesn’t miss the job interview customs of the previous millennium.
Mikko Nisula’s research into lithium-ion batteries resulted in a Dissertation of the Year award and a researcher’s position at Ghent University
Prizes were awarded to the best master’s theses and doctoral dissertations at the graduation ceremony of the School of Chemical Engineering
School of Chemical Engineering provides students with capacities to work for the climate, the environment and sustainable development.
The Vice Dean's term will begin on 1 April 2019.
The main objective of BATCircle is to generate added value to sectors manufacturing battery metals and chemicals, and their circular economy.
Michael Hummel will start in the beginning of May, 2019.
Batteries are needed for energy storage and electric transport – both play a significant role in climate control. In addition, the continuous growth in consumer electronics usage further increases the demand for batteries.
Attitude, attitude and attitude - students received advice on working life at the School of Chemical Engineering's CHEM Career Forum
The Career Forum attracted more than 20 companies and nearly 300 students interested in working life and summer jobs.
Research enhances understanding of sustainable production and consumption systems in circular economy
What does the recent research offer us in the fields of metal- and wood-based fiber systems for circular economy? How can we build sustainable business models and governance of circular systems? These issues were taken a closer look at Aalto Sustainability Hub’s seminar in November 2018.
The funded sub-project of Aalto is part of SYMMET, which is searching for solutions to the increasing need for metallic materials.
Finland to lead European battery industry research into recycling - project will be led by Outotec and Aalto University
The European Commission has invited Finland to coordinate battery industry related research into recycling in Europe.
Renewable energy and electric traffic will increase the need for critical metals. Even the smallest quantities of metal must be recovered.
Metal recovery and production processes using secondary raw materials must be developed and awareness of the need for recycling increased.
Professor Daniel Lindberg, a geologist and a chemist, encourages his students to study combinations of different subjects and fields of science.
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.