MSc (Tech.) Antti Kestilä will defend his doctoral dissertation on rapid space missions on 9 June 2017.
The donation will be used to purchase control motors and a receiver for a 5.5 metre radio telescope.
Released into orbit on 25 May, Aalto-2 is measuring the features of the thermosphere.
A group of researchers believes that contrary to a common model sunspots form near the Sun's surface.
Aalto-2 is already ready and waiting at the launch site. Aalto-1 will probably be transferred to the launch site in the coming weeks.
The Finnish radio observatory is part of a consortium, which received EUR 10 million in funding from the European Commission.
Jukka Ruusunen, President and CEO of Fingrid, talked about the sufficiency of electricity supply in Finland in the AlumniStudent Weekend 2016 seminar.
The Alumnus of the Year chosen for the first time has done valuable work to promote Finnish start-up culture.
The doctors and honorary doctors to be conferred will be accepted as members of the technical science community.
Researchers will begin a more active research phase. Rosetta measurements have been carried out at Aalto University from August 2014.
Student teams from the School of Electrical Engineering have fared extremely well in the annual competition.
The Internet Forum, a public lecture series, which is open to everyone free-of-charge, will focus on current topics related to digitalisation.
The Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering will select its first Alumnus of the Year.
Tried and tested workshop concept continued with Protopaja prototype workshop course.
Finnish space technology professionals presented their achievements to the Director General of the European Space Agency.
Tauno Voipio donates €23 000 towards course that supports learning-by-doing.
More than a third of the handsets used in Finland are 4G/LTE capable
Discussion on cyber security will continue in spring 2016 with a series of five lectures.