Greetings everyone!

Welcome to the Association of Process Engineering Students’ annual fall meeting on the 23rd of November starting at 16:15. The meeting will physically be held in the Ke2-hall (School of Chemical Engineering, Kemistintie 1, 02150 Espoo), but attending the meeting will be possible only through Microsoft Teams. If needed, voting in the meeting will be done remotely, which is why we require everyone attending the meeting to register in advance at Registering for the meeting ends on the 20th of November at 23:55. You can not attend the meeting without registering in advance.

We will send the attendants who have registered in advance a link to a Microsoft Teams meeting for the day of the meeting, and we will distribute a link to the voting platform to those who have the right to vote. We will also send more information and instructions on voting in the meeting. The Association’s board has decided that the meeting’s attendees will be required to register in advance invoking the temporary law of changes to association laws during the covid-19-epidemic (677/2020,, in Finnish).

In the meeting we will handle statutory subjects, such as the selection of the board for the year 2021, approving the plan of operations for 2021, setting the membership fee for 2021 and selecting the operations inspectors for 2021. The meeting will be started as soon as possible, so please join the Teams meeting in advance!

Agenda for the meeting:

  1. Opening the meeting
  2. Verification of the legality and quorum of the meeting
  3. Organization of the meeting
  4. Approval of the meeting
  5. Course of action
  6. Announcements
  7. The board’s situational report
  8. AYY’s greetings
  9. Selection of the chair and board for 2021
  10. Approval of the plan of operations for 2021
  11. Setting the membership fee for 2021
  12. Selecting the operations inspectors for 2021
  13. New business
  14. Closing
Best regards,
Juhani Rahikka
Chair of the Board 2020 | Prosessiteekkarit ry
+358505058844 |
School of Chemical Engineering | Aalto University