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Aalto University is a community of bold thinkers where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future. Aalto has six schools with nearly 11 000 students and a staff of more than 4000, of which 400 are professors. Our main campus is located in Espoo, Finland. Diversity is part of who we are, and we actively work to ensure our community’s diversity and inclusiveness in the future as well. This is why we warmly encourage qualified candidates from all backgrounds to join our community.
The School of Chemical Engineering is one of the six schools of Aalto University. It combines natural sciences and engineering in a unique way.
We are looking for a
to help us to get the best possible result from collaborations between scientists and other professionals.
We are starting a new innovative and unique project in cooperation with University of Borås (Sweden), Via College (Denmark), Iceland University of Arts and University of Turku. The project is coordinated by a network of five people from all of the universities. We are now looking for an open-minded and creative person to coordinate the project in our school and to also join the network to represent Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering.
The network has a co-creating event two times a year. Your job is to prepare and coordinate these events and facilitate discussions at the interfaces of different disciplines. Your tasks also include documenting the events, updating the website and ensuring that the network stays active.
You will be a member of research group lead by professor Jaana Vapaavuori. Your role in the group is to support the researchers in their work. You facilitate group meetings and support collaborative brainstorming. The research done in the group and in this project has a big visual aspect, and your task is to help the researchers with image design and the visual appearance of their presentations. You also have some administrative and assistance related tasks in the group. It is possible to modify the tasks and responsibilities according to your own skills and interests.
This is a fixed term position until 30.4.2025.
We expect you to have experience in making creative and inspiring contents for public relations, web pages and other visual materials. We value prior experience in arranging events, assistance and administrative tasks, in project support and communications.
The job requires excellent written and verbal command of English. We wish you have great organizational and collaboration skills, you are effective, curious, have ability to take initiative and you have the skill to visualize abstract ideas. We also expect you to have a master’s degree in relevant field.
Why join us?
In this position you get a rare opportunity to follow the development and research of new ideas before they are published. We offer you a versatile and interesting position in a multi-cultural academic environment. We are located at the lively campus area in Otaniemi, Espoo, with good public transportation connections and services. Currently we are working mainly from home and it’s possible to continue to work partly remotely also in the future if you wish so. The working hours are flexible.
Ready to apply?
If you want to join our community, please submit your cover letter and CV through our recruitment system by February 21, 2021. We will reach out to suitable candidates already during the application process, so please do not hesitate to apply sooner.
The starting date can be agreed but we hope you can start in your new job as soon as possible.
If you have any questions, prof. Jaana Vapaavuori is happy to give you more information about the position. In recruitment process related questions, please contact HR Coordinator Isabella Itäpalo. Emails: email@example.com.
More about the project
Today’s e-textiles require electric circuits and batteries that are brittle, bulky, often prevent maintenance of the textile and hinder customer acceptance. These rigid conductive elements can be made redundant due to the possibilities enabled by the design of novel yarns. In our vision, different photoresponsive molecules and nanoparticles embedded in these new yarns can directly convert photons into heat, actuation, or triggering a colour change as well as act as catalysers for photocleanable fabrics. Hence, the aim of this project is to develop smart textiles that bypass the need for electric circuits and directly transform solar – or other ambient - illumination into useful action.
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