Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation
The department of Electrical Engineering and Automation began operating on 1 January 2014. It represents the merger of three departments: Automation and Systems Technology, Electronics and Electrical Engineering. All three departments have had significant shared research interests and have worked with common industrial partners.
The four research focus areas of the department are as follows:
- Power systems and conversion
- Control, robotics and autonomous systems
- Wellbeing and a smart living environment
- Industrial electronics and informatics
The area of wellbeing and a smart living environment includes topics like health technologies and illumination engineering. The focus areas of the department are well in line with the School of Electrical Engineering’s focus areas.
- Modeling power flow in computer and server systems
- Maskless, High-Precision, Persistent, and Extreme Wetting-Contrast Patterning in an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope
- A statistical approach for hourly photovoltaic power generation modeling with generation locations without measured data
- Direct-to-chip liquid cooling for reducing power consumption in a subarctic supercomputer centre
- Impact of retrofitted CPU water cooling on supercomputer performance and power consumption
Lectures and seminars
EPNC 2016 conference
The conference will future oral and poster session as well as invited talks on selected topical subject in electromagnetic phenomena.
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Electrical engineering and automation professorship named Walter Ahlström professorship
Professor Matti Lehtonen will hold the professorship.
Team Aalto nabs spot in international IEEE student design competition semi-final
Student teams from the School of Electrical Engineering have fared extremely well in the annual competition.
Science and art
The many possibilities of the digital revolution
The Internet Forum, a public lecture series, which is open to everyone free-of-charge, will focus on current topics related to digitalisation.
Dissertation in the field of Communications and Networking, Byungjin Cho
The title of thesis is ”Interference control and radio spectrum allocation in shared spectrum access”.
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Lectures and seminars
Make it Digital!
Aalto Partner Seminar and exhibition for professionals interested in the field of digitalisation.