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School of Electrical Engineering's governance

School of Electrical Engineering's governance

The goal of the governance is to ensure uniform operating methods and equal treatment of people at the school in a transparent way, while promoting the development of the school. Decision-making is governed by the university's strategy, values and the relevant rules and regulations.

Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering

Academic decision making

Management Team – School of Electrical Engineering

School of Electrical Engineering Management Team

Aalto University / Aalto students at A Grid / photo: Unto Rautio

Educational Board – School of Electrical Engineering

The purpose and aim of the Educational Board at the School of Electrical Engineering is to improve the quality of teaching, promote the management and development of teaching at various levels of the school’s activities as well as to promote cooperation with various actors and stakeholders.

Aalto University / students studying at the library / photo: Unto Rautio

Degree Programme Committees – School of Electrical Engineering

Degree Programme Committees of the School of Electrical Engineering have multiple tasks.

Aalto University / students studying at the library / photo: Unto Rautio

Doctoral Programme Committee – School of Electrical Engineering

The chair of the Doctoral Programme Committee decides the date of the defence of dissertations and their language and appoints Custos and opponent(s) for the defence of dissertations.

Aalto University / Aalto students at A Grid / photo: Unto Rautio

Tenure Track Committee – School of Electrical Engineering

The Tenure Track Committee is a committee within each school appointed by the president for a period of three years. The committee gives recommendations to the dean on all advancement and tenure decisions, as well as all recruitment decisions in that school.

Aalto University / Aalto students studying / photo: Unto Rautio

Strategy and Quality

Implementation of strategy – School of Electrical Engineering

The three central elements of the Aalto University strategy are research and innovation, art and creative practices, and education.

Aalto University / Aalto students studying / photo: Unto Rautio

Quality – School of Electrical Engineering

An animating principle of Aalto University is the high quality of its operations, and all the researchers, students, teachers, and other employees of the university are responsible for promoting quality in their everyday activities. The quality work at Aalto is based on the PDCA cycle (Plan, Do, Check, Act).

Aalto University / students studying at the library / photo: Unto Rautio

Scientific Advisory Board – School of Electrical Engineering

Aalto University has set itself an ambitious agenda to become a world-class university by 2020. The Scientific Advisory Boards of our Schools have an important function in evaluating the research quality and supporting the development of the university towards this goal.

Quality of Education Committee – School of Electrical Engineering

The Quality of Education Committee (QEC; OpLaa in Finnish) is a committee in the School of Electrical Engineering (ELEC) that strives to develop teaching in collaboration with the school’s management, departments, learning services and student guilds.

Aalto students studying, photo: Aino Huovi

Service Team's management team meetings – School of Electrical Engineering

The School of Electrical Engineering's Service Teams management team meetings.

Aalto University / Students at Aalto University / photo: Unto Rautio

Education management at Aalto ELEC

Education management at Aalto ELEC.

Aalto Univeristy students studying / photo: Unto Rautio

Co-operation

Dean

Jyri Hämäläinen
Dean, Professor
Dean's Unit of the School of Electrical Engineering

Vice Dean (Education)

Keijo Nikoskinen
Professor
Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering

Vice Dean (Research)

Vesa Välimäki
Professor
Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics