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Pursuing multidisciplinarity in marine technology education.
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.
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.
The Marine and Arctic Technology research group was strengthened this autumn with the arrival of Professor Spyros Hirdaris, an internationally recognised specialist in ship safety. He was appointed to the position of Associate Professor of marine technology from 1 September 2018.
The course is a unique opportunity to work with your hands and to build an exhibition in a group with many talents - including science.
Concepts for ships designed by students were enthusiastically received by industry.
The doctoral dissertation of shipbuilder Sisko Hellgren is a study into building cruise ships in a shorter time and at a lower expense – without sacrificing quality.
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.