The election is a prestigious recognition of Nieminen’s scientific achievements.
The creation of a fast, tunable and stable nanoparticle-array laser is a stepping stone to affordable and efficient sensing and switching.
A strong basic degree as well as language and communication skills are central in working life.
First Global Radical Relevances Conference 25.–27.4.2018. Submissions by 30th of September / We invite researchers and artists straddling multiple ...
The 2017 Roger Taylor Travel Award from the British Carbon Group has been awarded to physics Academy Fellow Hannu-Pekka Komsa.
The successful IMPRESS workshop was held at Aalto University 7-9 June 2017, exploring microscopic structure interfaces.
The 2017 August-Wilhelm Scheer visiting professorship at Technical University Munich (TUM) has been awarded to physics professor Patrick Rinke.
Scientists at Amherst College and Aalto University have made the first experimental observations of the dynamics of isolated monopoles in quantum m...
Quantum physicist Mikko Möttönen and his team have invented a quantum-circuit refrigerator, which can reduce errors in quantum computing.
Possibility to arrange the atoms precisely bring designer quantum materials closer to reality.
The workshop attracted roughly 90 early-stage researchers and scientists as well as industry personnel from ten countries.
Academician, Professor Emeritus and the former Dean of the School of Science Risto Nieminen will be the 32nd Honorary President.
Researchers at Aalto are the first to develop a plasmonic nanolaser that operates at visible light frequencies and uses so-called dark lattice modes.
The International Selection Committee consisting of renowned scientists sifts and assesses the candidates for the Technology Prize worth €1 million.
Examining 'material families' reveals structure-function relationships and demonstrates importance of complementary research.
Visiting Fellow at Aalto, Michael Kosterlitz, revealed the properties of exotic matter by not knowing it was impossible.
Professor Michael Kosterlitz, who is one of the three awardees, currently works at Aalto University as a Visiting Fellow.
The results of Törmä’s work are expected to pave the way to the development of room temperature superconductors.