– Climate change as a systemic problem –course in periods III-IV 

Are you interested in climate change, and willing to learn about it from a systemic point of view? 

Aalto and three other universities are again organizing a multi-disciplinary course on how to apply systems thinking in the context of climate change,in periods III-IV, 2022. The course offers an introduction to systems analysis and mathemathical modelling, investigation of climate models, and study of human systems via a negotiation simulation. 

This master-level, 5 credits course is held as an online course 19.1.-23.3.2021 and co-hosted by teachers from four universities (Aalto, Helsinki, Tampere and Turku universities). The course is open for all students regardless their study background. is part of Climate University courses.  

Please find more information on the course below and register in Sisu by January 10th.  

Welcome to the course! 2022 team  More information on Aalto course:


Aalto University announces: Has the Circular Economy-bug bit you?

Via Aalto Sustainability Hub:

”Are you looking for a multidisciplinary and hands-on experience course on how to (Re)design processes, products and services in the value chain?

Do you want to know how to create an environmentally sustainable business model out of unforeseen problematics?

Then our course Circular Economy Design Forum (CHEM-E6215) is the right place to be. During 6-weeks you will define in and international and multicultural environment a problematic, propose a solution and build your own business case to solve it.

Have you been into a real recycling facility or know the real cost of recycling operations? You are in luck because we have a visit Kuusakoski Oy recycling operations in a day-long excursion!

Enrollment already started, Don’t miss your place!

For more information, please contact:

Prof. Rodrigo Serna,
Omar Velazquez

Aalto University, Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering”