14.11.2013

Slush Conference Showcased Startups

Helsinki’s Slush Conference is a nonprofit, two-day technology and startup event where the most promising companies from Northern Europe, Russia and beyond gather to meet with top-tier investors and media from all around the world.

This year, it was held November 13-14th at the Cable Factory in Helsinki.

Standing at the epicenter of one of the most dynamic startup ecosystems on the planet, Slush is organized to allow the next generation of great companies to have the ecosystem they deserve to succeed on a global level.

constant growth Since 2008

In 2008-2012, Slush has transformed from a 300-person event to one of the top startup events in the world, attracting more than $40 billion worth of venture capital, some of the world’s top media, plus 3,500 attendees in 2012.

This year, Slush grew to one of the largest events of its kind in the world.

Slush is organized yearly by Startup Sauna, the Helsinki-based seed accelerator which was recently rewarded as the top young university accelerator in the world by UBI Index.

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10.12.2014

Happy Holiday Season!

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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