Vice Deans



Vice Dean Eero Eloranta

Area of responsibility: teaching and partner relationships

DTech Eero Eloranta (b. 1950) is Professor of Industrial Management at Helsinki University of Technology, now Aalto University School of Science, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (DIEM) since 1991. He received his doctorate from the Helsinki University of Technology Computer Science Laboratory in 1981. He has worked as the head of DIEM and also as a researcher at Technical University of Eindhoven. During his leaves of absence Eloranta has worked at Nokia twice – first time being responsible for the development and integration of the global logistics business process of mobile phones and later for the strategic development of the supply chains company-wide. Eloranta has many international and national positions of trust in the research community, various organizations and industry.

Eero Eloranta is the professor in charge of the renewal of the Candidate Programme of the School of Science as well as the Degree Programme of Industrial Engineering and Management. The research group lead by him studies global production, sourcing and distribution networks, particularly flexible and efficient structural models and control principles. The research is also tied to service production and service innovations.



Vice Dean Jouko Lampinen

Area of responsibility: research and research infrastructures, international relationships

Jouko Lampinen (b. 1962) has worked in Aalto University since 1996, as professor pro tem and as professor since 2001. He was the head of the Laboratory of Computational Engineering in 1996-2007. Since the establishment of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Computational Science in the School of Science he worked as the vice head of department in 2008-2011 and as the head in 2011-2013.

Jouko Lampinen received his M.Sc. degree in physics at the University of Kuopio in 1988, and D.Sc. degree in Information Technology at Lappeenranta University of Technology in 1993. His research interests include Bayesian modeling, object recognition and brain signal analysis. 


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