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Originating from a course project, Aalto Explorer will continue its underwater adventure through crowdfunding. The aim is to send a remote controlled underwater vehicle to the Baltic Sea in the summer.
RawMaterials University Day at Aalto University, Finland; 2 October 2019
Professor Ramia Mazé tells how design can bridge the gap between citizens and policy making. She's also pushing design in a whole new direction.
Fixing back problems and improving hygiene at music festivals: innovative ideas by this year’s undergraduate student projects
The theme of this year’s annual SCI course project was health and well-being
Starting on 8 May, Aalto University showcases talent in seminars, parties, lectures and exhibitions during Aalto Festival 2019.
Alumni are delighted to support first year business students’ choices for a specialisation area.
In his doctoral dissertation, Max Sjöblom examines services like YouTube and Twitch and tries to understand why people keep watching others play video games
The aim was to gain a better understanding at EY on current data gathering technology trends.
First-year students perform tremendously in the Electrical Engineering Workshop course and according to the course assistant a little sparky tuning is all for the best
Students working as course assistants play a vital role in one of the most important courses at the School of Electrical Engineering.
Nordic Rebels movement of the IDBM master’s degree programme finalist for the Danish Design Award 2019
IDBM’s innovative development of teaching has also been recognised in Austin, Texas.
Mechatronics course culminates in an event featuring student projects and circus antics.
Kalle Keinonen was nominated the Ceremonial Garland Weaver for the School of Arts, Design and Architecture
For the first time in the school’s history the position is held by a male student. The piece of jewerly for the Ceremonial Garland Weaver was designed by Theo Weckström.
CS Dissertation: Tuomo Lempiäinen increases understanding of capabilities and limitations of distributed systems
During his doctoral studies, Tuomo Lempiäinen studied the theory of distributed computing and participated in the organization of the ALGO conference.
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
A student project set a goal of identifying the most important future trends, the needs future business school graduates will have for skills and knowledge, and the best practices for the programme reform.
Study projects are being arranged with the aim of finding fresh solutions to challenges facing companies, and to amass skills that stand out in working life.
Group mentoring event brings School of Business alumni and students together to talk about matters relating to work.
The admission results were published 27 March. Congratulations to those accepted!
Selecting the Courses of the Year 2018 started a new tradition, which highlights the high quality and ever developing teaching at the School of Business.