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Made in Aalto: Science on skin
Artifial skin can ease the life of burn injury patients and reduce the need for animal testing. Read more!
Catalyst of Change - watch the video!
The focus is on the development of environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient processes for the refining of wood, other bio-masses, and inorganic raw materials.
Toyota enthusiastic over Aalto’s materials research
Professor Maarit Karppinen is developing better battery materials by means of atomic layer deposition.
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Catalyst of Change
The School of Chemical Technology combines natural sciences and engineering in a unique way. This allows the results of our research to be refined a long way and put into practice as ready products and processes. Each innovation secures both our renewable and non-renewable natural resources for the future.
The School provides education for a wide range of responsible future professionals. M.Sc. and Ph.D. graduates in technology work in diverse positions in Finland's largest industrial sectors, in the metal and electronics industry, wood processing industries as well as chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and food industries. The research and teaching are supported by an extensive international academic and industrial cooperation network.
Lectures and seminars
Special seminar by Prof. Richard J. Spontak
"Morphological Studies and Versatile Properties of Network-Forming Multiblock Ionomers"
Aalto decides allocation of effects of the statutory negotiations
Total layoffs 188, personnel reductions by other means 128.
University of Helsinki and Aalto University seal strategic partnership
Benefitting from each other's strengths, the universities' joint aim is to develop internationally attractive research and teaching environments.
Lectures and seminars
Workshop on Tight Binding Atomistic Theory of Optoelectronic Properties of Semiconductor Nanostructu
The Department of Applied Physics at Aalto University hosts the two-day workshop.
Mari Lundström wants to recover and reuse metals. She approaches her task with a steely resolve.
Defence of dissertation in the field of chemistry, M.Sc. (Tech.) Hanne Antila
The title of the dissertation is "Simulations of Polyelectrolyte Interactions in Salt".