Recently, Aalto University hosted the Research and Study Support Exhibition event. This exhibition was a showcase event for what students and researchers have been working on in different fields such as environment, design, technology and cognitive science. These are all masters’ or doctoral thesis presentations from aalto university – researchers who have already defended their thesis and are applying for jobs in academia or industry for the future.
Building Fairer Technologies
Aalto University is hosting an exhibition on research and study support services. The exhibition will be on display from September 9th to October 4th, 2016.
The exhibition Aalto University research and study support services provides an overview of the research infrastructure, services and facilities available at Aalto University. It also presents examples of how these services have been used in research projects. The exhibition is open to all and entry is free of charge.
The exhibition covers the following topics:
1. Building Fairer Technologies
– What is Aalto doing to build fairer technologies?
– What kind of technologies are we talking about?
– What benefits can these technologies bring?
2. Connecting with Industry
– Why is it important for Aalto to connect with industry?
– What are some of the ways we connect with industry?
– How does this benefit our students and researchers?
3. Promoting Equality
– What is Aalto doing to promote equality?
– Why is equality important in research and education?
– What benefits can equality bring?
The Aalto University’s Office for Commercialization and Development
Aalto University’s Office for Commercialization and Development provides a range of services to support researchers and students in commercializing their research findings and developing their entrepreneurial skills. The office offers advice on intellectual property rights, marketing and business planning, and can help connect researchers with potential partners and investors. The office also runs a number of programs to support student entrepreneurship, including the Aalto Startup Center and the Aalto Venture Garage.
In Pictures: Our Alumni
Since its founding in 2010, Aalto University has become one of the leading research and study institutions in Finland. With over 11,000 students and 2,500 staff members, Aalto is uniquely placed to offer world-class research and teaching facilities across a wide range of disciplines.
To celebrate our alumni and their achievements, we’ve put together a selection of images highlighting some of our most successful graduates. From left to right: Pekka Heikkinen (MSc in Finance), Juho Lahtinen (PhD in Physics), and Antti Salovaara (MSc in International Business).
Pekka Heikkinen is a senior analyst at Nordea Bank. He has worked on a variety of projects related to credit risk management, financial regulation, and corporate finance.
Juho Lahtinen is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Jyväskylä. His research interests include solid state physics, nanomaterials, and optical properties of matter.
Antti Salovaara is the co-founder and CEO of Wolt Enterprises Oy, a mobile app that allows users to order food from restaurants and cafes. The company has been operational in Finland since 2014 and has since expanded to other countries such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, United Kingdom Ireland.
Introducing the NEST program
NEST is Aalto University’s research and study support exhibition that showcases the latest research, innovations and teaching methods from the university. The exhibition is open to the public and provides an opportunity to learn about the work of Aalto researchers, students and staff.
The NEST program was launched in 2016 with the aim of promoting cooperation between Aalto University and other research institutes and universities, as well as industrial partners. The program helps to connect different fields of research and create new opportunities for collaboration. It also provides a forum for discussing pressing issues in research and education, such as the future of work, digitalization and sustainability.
The first NEST exhibition was held in Helsinki in 2016, and it has since been held annually in different cities around Finland. The exhibition is always free of charge and open to all.
From Design to Digitalization, Making Homes Safer and Communal
Aalto University’s research and study support exhibition showcases how the university is working to make homes safer and more communal. The exhibition includes displays on the university’s work in designing and digitalizing homes, as well as its research into how to make homes more energy efficient.
Aalto University has a long history of working to improve the safety and wellbeing of people in their homes. The university’s work in this area has been driven by its commitment to improving the quality of life for all people. Aalto University’s research into making homes safer and more communal is therefore an important part of its overall mission.
The exhibition showcases some of the ways in which Aalto University is working to make homes safer and more communal. These include:
Designing homes that are easier to navigate and safe for all residents
Digitalizing homes so that they can be controlled remotely
Making homes more energy efficient so that they use less resources
The exhibition also highlights the importance of research in this area, and how Aalto University is working to pioneer new solutions that will make everyone’s lives better.