The master's and bachelor’s theses are submitted to Aaltodoc publication archive via MyCourses and the eAge electronic service delivery system. If you are preparing a bachelor's or master's thesis, bear in mind the following issues related to the publicity of the thesis:
Based on the decision by the Administrative Court of Northern Finland (15.2.2019/0036/1), according to Finland’s Act on the Openness of Government Activities (621/1999) and related legislation, if an electronic version of a thesis exists, it has to be sent by email to any private person requesting it, even if the author has not has not opted the full text of their work to be public online. Copyright does not restrict giving access to information from a thesis that is a public document and hence, author’s permission is not necessary.
More information on the publicity of theses in Student Guide.
Theses are archived only in electronic form.
Doctoral theses of the Aalto University are published in the DOCTORAL THESES series. Publications are put together on the publication platform webservice. Some doctoral theses of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture are published by The Aalto ARTS Books publishing house.
In Aalto University publication series are published doctoral theses, various reports, conference and seminar proceedings, other compiled works, study and teaching materials, and working papers. Publications are mainly put together on the publication platform webservice. ISSN- and ISBN-numbers along with Aalto Serial number are generated automatically at the publication platform when ordering the publication.
These series are specific for the disciplines of research and education of the university (since 2011):
CROSSOVER series is for scientifically interdisciplinary works and ones made for joint functions and units of the university: