Conference Venue

The conference venue is the historical main building of Helsinki University of Technology, now the center of Aalto University technology campus in Otaniemi (No. 1 on Campus map). The building is a beautiful example of architecture by famous Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto. Oral sessions will be held in Auditorium B on Level 2, with poster sessions located right outside the Lecture Hall.

Bus stops and parking lots are indicated on the Campus map. Parking permits are required for parking on the Campus; they are available at the Info Desk on Level 1 of the conference building. Parking permits should be placed on the dashboard of the car.

The Helsinki region is well covered with public transportation and it is recommended for all your transportation needs while staying in Espoo/Helsinki. For details see the section on Transportation on this website.

Aalto University

Aalto University is the biggest technical university in Finland. The newly created university joins education of technology, economics and industrial design. The university was born in 2010 from a merger of the Helsinki School of Economics, the University of Art and Design Helsinki and Helsinki University of Technology - all leading and renowned institutions in their respective fields and in their own right. The university is arranged into six schools, one of which is School of Electrical Engineering.

Aalto University has three main campuses all located in the Helsinki Metropolitan area: the School of Economics and the School of Arts, Design and Architecture are in Helsinki, and the four schools of technology are about a fifteen minute drive west of Helsinki in Otaniemi, Espoo.

Today around 20,000 students are studying at Aalto University under the supervision of more than 350 professors.