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    Biennial Report 2022 - 2023 - Metrology Research Institute
    (Aalto University, 2024) Karhu, Juho (editor); Sähkötekniikan ja automaation laitos; Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation; Metrology Research Institute; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
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    Biennial Report 2020 - 2021 - Metrology Research Institute
    (Aalto University, 2022) Karhu, Juho (editor); Signaalinkäsittelyn ja akustiikan laitos; Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics; Metrology Research Institute; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
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    Biennial Report 2018 - 2019: Metrology Research Institute
    (Aalto University, 2020) Kärhä, Petri (editor); Huttu, Iikka (editor); Signaalinkäsittelyn ja akustiikan laitos; Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics; Metrology Research Institute; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
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    Triennial Report 2015 - 2017 - Metrology Research Institute
    (Aalto University, 2018) Kärhä, Petri, Editor; Signaalinkäsittelyn ja akustiikan laitos; Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics; Metrology Research Institute; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
    This triennial report summarizes the research carried out at the Metrology Research Institute of Aalto University during period 2015 - 2017. Close collaboration between the Institute and MIKES Metrology of VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd has continued after the merge of MIKES to VTT in the beginning of 2015, leading to many research highlights. An article on “Advantages of white LED lamps and new detector technology in photometry” by Pulli et al was published in Light: Science and Application (4, e332, 2015), a journal with high impact factor of 14.6. Another highlight of 2016 was the start and excellent results of the European PhotoLED project (Future photometry based on solid state lighting products), coordinated by Tuomas Poikonen at VTT and Aalto University. Finally, several oral contributions in top-class international conferences were achieved by researchers of the Institute: One invited talk and four oral contributions in the NEWRAD Conference (Tokyo 2017) and five oral contributions in the CIE Conference (Korea 2017).
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    Annual report 2014
    (Aalto University, 2015) Duan, Ruifeng (editor); Tietoliikenne- ja tietoverkkotekniikan laitos; Department of Communications and Networking; Comnet; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
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    Comnet: Annual Report 2013
    (Aalto University, 2014) Iraji, Sassan (editor); Department of Communications and Networking; Tietoliikenne- ja tietoverkkotekniikan laitos; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
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    Metsähovi Radio Observatory - Annual Report 2012
    (Aalto University, 2014) Tornikoski, Merja; Holmberg, Birgit; Uunila, Minttu; Metsähovin radiotutkimusasema; Metsähovi Radio Observatory; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
    Metsähovi Radio Observatory, a research institute at Aalto University (formerly: Helsinki University of Technology, TKK), operates a 14 m diameter radio telescope at Metsähovi, the village of Kylmälä in Kirkkonummi, about 35 km west from the Otaniemi university campus. Metsähovi is active in the following fields: radio astronomical research, multifrequency astronomy and space research, development of instruments and methods for radio astronomy, and (radio) astronomical education. Geodetic VLBI observations are also done in Metsähovi in collaboration with the Finnish Geodetic Institute. In 2012 twenty-four scientists, engineers, research assistants and support personnel worked at the institute. In 2012 the total expenditure of Metsähovi Radio Observatory was 1 678 677 euros including salaries and the rent of the office and laboratory space at the Metsähovi premises. This was funded by Aalto University, Academy of Finland, European Union, and other outside sources.
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    RAD - Research and Education 2010
    (Aalto University, 2011) Sihvola, Ari (editor); Lindberg, Stina (editor); Department of Radio Science and Engineering; Radiotieteen ja -tekniikan laitos; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
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    Comnet: Annual Report 2012
    (Aalto University, 2013) Iraji, Sassan; Department of Communications and Networking; Tietoliikenne- ja tietoverkkotekniikan laitos; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
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    Metsähovi Radio Observatory - Annual Report 2011
    (Aalto University, 2013) Tornikoski, Merja; Holmberg, Birgit; Uunila, Minttu; Metsähovi Radio Observatory; Metsähovin radiotutkimusasema; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
    Metsähovi Radio Observatory, a research institute at Aalto University (formerly: Helsinki University of Technology, TKK), operates a 14 m diameter radio telescope at Metsähovi, the village of Kylmala in Kirkkonummi, about 35 km west from the Otaniemi university campus. Metsähovi is active in the following fields: radio astronomical research, multifrequency astronomy and space research, development of instruments and methods for radio astronomy, and (radio) astronomical education. Geodetic VLBI observations are also done in Metsähovi in collaboration with the Finnish Geodetic Institute.In 2011 twenty-two scientists, engineers, research assistants and support personnel worked at the institute. In 2011 the total expenditure of Metsähovi Radio Observatory was 1 338 889 euros including salaries and the rent of the office and laboratory space at the Metsähovi premises. This was funded by Aalto University, Academy of Finland, European Union, and other outside sources.
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    RAD Research and Education 2011
    (Aalto University, 2012) Hänninen, Jari J. (editor); Sihvola, Ari (editor); Department of Radio Science and Engineering; Radiotieteen ja -tekniikan laitos; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
    The annual report describes the main activities of the Department of Radio Science and Engineering (RAD) during the year 2011.
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    Biennial report 2009-2010
    (Aalto University, 2012) Sikander, Ulla (editor); Shpak, Maksim (editor); Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics; Signaalinkäsittelyn ja akustiikan laitos; Metrology Research Institute; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
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    Comnet: Annual report 2011
    (Aalto University, 2012) Tietoliikenne- ja tietoverkkotekniikan laitos; Department of Communications and Networking; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu; School of Electrical Engineering
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    Metsähovi Radio Observatory - Annual report 2010
    (Aalto University, 2012) Tornikoski, Merja; Mujunen, Ari; Holmberg, Birgit; Uunila, Minttu; Metsähovi Radio Observatory; Metsähovin radiotutkimusasema; School of Electrical Engineering; Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu
    Metsahovi Radio Observatory, a research institute at Aalto University (formerly: Helsinki University of Technology, TKK), operates a 14 – m -diameter radio telescope at Metsahovi, the village of Kylmala in Kirkkonummi, about 35 km west from the Otaniemi university campus. Metsahovi is active in the following fields: radio astronomical research, multifrequency astronomy and space research, development of instruments and methods for radio astronomy, and (radio) astronomical education. Geodetic VLBI observations are also done in Metsahovi in collaboration with the Finnish Geodetic Institute. In 2010 twenty-four scientists, engineers, research assistants and support personnel worked at the institute. In 2010 the total expenditure of Metsahovi Radio Observatory was 1 177 941 euros including salaries and the rent of the office and laboratory space. This was funded by Aalto University, Academy of Finland, European Union, and other outside sources. The past few years have been full of organisational changes in our university. In the introduction of the previous Annual Report I wrote: "These years of reformation have been full of increased administrative load. We are looking forward to the new university taking its form and becoming fully operational, when we will hopefully once again have time to concentrate on scientific research!" Unfortunately I was overly optimistic. Year 2011 was even worse than the ones before that, which is also the reason why our Annual Report 2010 was delayed so much (published in spring 2012). The faculty of Electronics, Communications and Automation that was established in 2008 (and where Metsahovi was merged) ceased to exist in 2011, and now we are part of the Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering (ELEC).