Director, Aalto Nanofab at Aalto University
Mika Koskenvuori received M.Sc and Dr. Tech. degrees in electrical engineering from the Helsinki University of Technology (today Aalto University), Espoo, Finland, 2008 where he spent 8 years as a research assistant, researcher and post-doc studying silicon microelectromechanical (MEMS) devices for frequency reference and conversion applications.
After completing his studies he moved to Okmetic Oyj to develop advanced silicon wafers for sensor applications.
Between 2010-2014 he worked as a program director in Nanotechnology Center of Expertise in Helsinki region leading a team with the aim to foster the growth of nanotechnology based business and to support the implementation of nano and microtechnologies and future materials in Finnish companies. Together with his team he has developed and piloted tools to help the commercialization of micro and nanotechnology and new materials based expertise and to promote nano and microtechnology based solutions in order to modernize the services and products of both traditional industries and the public sector.
Since 2014 Koskenvuori has served as a director of Aalto Nanofab at Aalto University, where his responsibilities lie in the operations and development of Micronova, the largest academic clean room in the Nordic countries.