Aalto / ELEC / AS
20.10.2014: The SITE HAS MOVED TO: https://wiki.aalto.fi/display/spacemaster/
SpaceMaster is a Erasmus Mundus Master's Degree Program in Space Science and Technology that is being served by 6 top European universities. More administrative information about the whole program including instructions for perspective students can be found at http://www.spacemaster.eu.
This web site is the local SpaceMaster's web page designed to give information about the SpaceMaster's 2nd year studies at the Department of Automation and Systems Technology at Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering (Aalto ELEC).
Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering was formerly known as a faculty in Helsinki University of Technology (TKK). The new name has been active since the beginning of 2011 after the Aalto University School of Science and Technology was divided into four separate schools inside Aalto University.
SpaceMasters for Round 8 in Aalto ELEC for the year 2012-2013 arrive from Serbia,Germany, India, and Ethiopia.
In the picture: Nemanja Jovanovic, Oliver Ruf, Michael Strohmeier, Franz Steinmetz, Christina Sherly John Bensam and Tesmichael Getahun.
2014.05.13 Weekly calendar 2014-2015 updated. Have a look under the 'Schedule'-link.
SpaceMaster Curriculum at Aalto updated 2014.03.17 New updated SpaceMaster curriculum at Aalto School of Electrical Engineering was released. Have a look under the 'Studies'-link.
2013.10.07 Another SpaceMaster dinner in Dipoli
In October the SpaceMasters from current and previous rounds staying in Finland gathered again for some pizza, pasta, beer and chat. Fourteen SpaceMasters students from rounds 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8 were present.
2011.09.26 Another SpaceMaster dinner in Dipoli
On Monday evening September 26th the SpaceMasters from current and previous rounds staying in Finland gathered for some pizza, pasta, beer and chat. Fifteen SpaceMasters students were representing all previous and the current SpaceMaster rounds. Only four SpaceMasters still located in Finland were not able to participate. In the picture from left Dorian (6th round), Khurram (2nd), Roberto (6th), Muhammad (6th), Tilman (6th), Eric (1st), Xen (3rd), Tuomas (4th), Ferdi (5th), Qu(3rd), Tomi(tutor), Ross (1st), Richard (4th), Dharma (6th), Kashif (3rd), Seppo (instructor) and Osama (5th).
2011.01.01 Department of Automation and Systems Technology belongs now to Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering. Since Jan. 1st 2011 Aalto University School of Science and Technology -what used to be the Helsinki University of Technology- no more exists as the School of Science and Technology was split into four separate schools inside Aalto University. Aalto University consists now of 6 schools: School of Art and Design, School of Economics, School of Chemical Technology, School of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering and School of Science.