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Aalto University School of Chemical Technology

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Established  1849
Administrative staff  approx. 550 (2010)
Campus  Urban, Inner City
Founded  1849
Dean  Professor Janne Laine
Location  Espoo, Finland
Website  chem.aalto.fi/en
Number of students  2,380
Aalto University School of Chemical Technology
Address  Kemian tekniikka, Kemistintie 1, 02150 Espoo, Finland

Aalto University School of Chemical Technology (Finnish: Aalto-yliopiston kemian tekniikan korkeakoulu, Swedish: Aalto-universitetets högskola för kemiteknik) is a part of the Aalto University and one of the four new schools of technology established from the former Aalto University School of Science and Technology on 1 January 2011. The new schools continue to offer education and research that promotes advances in science and technology.

The school teaches and researches sustainable processing and use of natural resources, energy technologies, and new materials, and focuses on the development of environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient processes for the refining of wood, other bio-masses, and inorganic raw materials. Additionally, the School develops new materials and their applications based on these raw materials.

Departments

  • Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Technology [1]
  • Department of Chemistry [2]
  • Department of Materials Science and Engineering [3]
  • Department of Forest Products Technology [4]
  • References

    Aalto University School of Chemical Technology Wikipedia


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