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NBC Nordic Business Forum 9-10.2014 / Messukeskus Helsinki, Expo and Convention Centre

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AIPPI Forum / Executive Meeting was a huge success in Helsinki.

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10.12.2014

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Merry Christmas and  Happy New Year 2015!

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3.12.2014

Aalto University expects Nobel prize winners to attend ICDS-2015

Professor Filip Tuomisto and his team from Department of Applied Physics at Aalto University are organizing the 28th International Conference on Defects in Semiconductors 27-31 July 2015 at Otaniemi campus.

The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics was hit just in this research area – semiconductor materials physics and technology. Confirmed keynote speakers include Sir Colin Humphreys (Cambridge, UK) and Professor David Awschalom (University of Chicago, USA). “In addition, I expect one of the recent Nobel Prize-winning scientists to attend next year’s conference in Espoo as I know them personally. We are the only University in Finland collaborating with their research groups,” says Filip Tuomisto.

The conference is held every two year and it attracts typically 250 to 300 participants from all over the world, especially from Japan, Europe and the United States. The selection of the host for 2015 took place in tuff competition between China, the USA and Finland – Espoo won a close vote.

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Arktikum - stories about the people of the North Arktikum provides a unique insight into the way of life, culture and history of the North. It is a museum, science…

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Finlandia Hall in Helsinki is the leading congress, event and entertainment venue in Finland. Centrally located, in park-like surroundings, Finlandia Hall is ideal for conferences and exhibitions, as well as…

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The impressive wooden congress and concert centre rose on the Lake Vesijärvi waterfront in spring 2000. The main source of inspiration in the design was the Finnish forests. Sibelius Hall…

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The new congress and culture center of the Åland Islands was opened in March 2009. This multi-functional venue is situated in the center of the unique archipelagic city Mariehamn, in…

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200 Arrivals a Day from All Over the World

Finland is easy to get to. An average of 200 international flights arrive daily at Finnish airports, around 90 per cent of them at Helsinki airport.
Helsinki airport offers 130 non-stop destinations around the world and 350 departures a day, connecting Europe with the rest of the world. Helsinki is the leading long-haul airport in Northern Europe, located along the most direct and quickest route between Europe and Asia.

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