School of Chemical Technology - catalyst of change
The School of Chemical Technology responds to the current environmental challenges through quality research and teaching. Its strength is in combining its expertise in natural sciences with engineering sciences and educates diverse and responsible professionals.
The research foci in the School include energy technologies, new materials and sustainable processing of natural resources, as well as products derived from these resources. These foci are also reflected in the curriculum.
The graduates, Masters of Science (Tech.) and Doctors of Science (Tech.), are employed in versatile positions within the major industrial fields in Finland, such as forest based industries, metal and electronics, as well as in chemical, biotechnology and food industries.
Research and teaching at the School is supported by an extensive academic and industrial network which includes both domestic and international partners.
The Aalto University School of Chemical Technology started its operations on 1 January 2011. It is based on the Faculty of Chemistry and Materials Sciences of the School of Science and Technology (former Helsinki University of Technology).