The conference will take place in the Ylistönrinne campus of University of Jyväskylä, in Chemistry building.

Our University

The University of Jyväskylä is a nationally and internationally significant research university and an expert on education focusing on human and natural sciences. Jyväskylä possesses a highly popular multidisciplinary university with a total of seven faculties and about 16 000 students. The core fields in research and education are natural sciences, sport and health sciences, and teacher education.

City of Jyväskylä

Jyväskylä is the capital of Central Finland, and is located in the middle of area full of lakes. The city has some 136 000 inhabitants, and the university is one of the biggest in Finland. Jyväskylä is an active and attractive city of sports and well-being located in the heart of the beautiful Finnish lake district. Jyväskylä is renowned as a city of education and sports and as a centre for a wide range of events. Culture lovers can enjoy a voyage into the creations of world-famous architect Alvar Aalto, as Jyväskylä is his home city. The region boasts almost 30 buildings designed by Aalto, representing all of his styles – which is more than anywhere else in the world. They are complemented by new, modern buildings forming a compact city centre with youthful appeal. In Jyväskylä the social programme is always a surprise.

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