The Department of Radio Science and Engineering is part of the Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering.
Aalto-1 is a student satellite project, the first in Finland. The Aalto-1 project started in the beginning of 2010, when a group of students made a feasibility study of the satellite in the framework of the Space Technology special assignment course.
The Department of Radio Science and Engineering (RAD) currently consists of three research groups in radio engineering, two in electromagnetics, one in circuit theory, and one in space technology. Research and teaching at the department focuses on understanding the physics of electromagnetic fields and waves on all frequencies up to the terahertz region and beyond, and applying this knowledge to the benefit of the society.
The Department is part of the Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering (Aalto ELEC).
An international team of researchers has for the first time predicted the occurrence of aurorae visible to the naked eye on a planet other than Earth.
Finland's first ever satellite set for launch at the end of this year.
Aalto Festival showcases the talents of Aalto University students, graduates and faculty in Helsinki and Espoo.
The title of thesis is Electromagnetic Characterization of Metasurfaces