CERN – an Important Part of Finnish Innovation Ecosystem

CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is the research home of Finnish particle physicists and engineers working towards ground-breaking discoveries and innovations. CERN hosts world-leading experiments at the forefront of science. Finnish cooperation with CERN is coordinated by Helsinki Institute of Physics (HIP). Join us for the event to learn how to work and collaborate with the CERN community.

Finland has long traditions and established competences in natural sciences and subsequent high technology field research and industrial activities. Finnish scientists, companies and students have been successfully working with CERN since the ratification of Finnish membership in 1991.

CERN’s flagship experiment, the Large Hadron Collider, is the world’s largest and most complex scientific instrument. It is the machine, which unrevealed the existence of now-famous Higgs boson in 2012. Now, the LHC’s technology is being pushed even further through series of upgrade projects.

Come and learn about experiences in working with CERN, and seize the current and upcoming business, co-innovation and career opportunities the CERN community has to offer!

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