Finland will host the world’s leading circular economy event, WCEF2023 from 30 May to 2 June, co-organised by Nordic Innovation and Sitra, with partners from around the world.
WCEF2023 Accelerator Session - Energy Futures Exhibition Tour
Energy Futures: Critical minerals, Climate neutrality and Transition pathways
Exhibition Tour: Sitra World Circular Economic Forum, Accelerator Day, Aalto University
Join us for a guided tour of this exhibition on energy transition as part of the Accelerator Day Programme at Aalto University. Co-hosted by Jussi Impiö, Head of Solutions for Sustainability and Edel O' Reilly, Exhibition Curator, with Associate Professor Mika Järvinen. The tour includes a VR experience of new digital learning materials in Renewable Engineering and Wind Energy.
This event is an Accelerator Session at the World Circular Economy Forum 2023 WCEF2023 will gather together forward-looking thinkers and doers and present the game-changers in the circular economy. The Forum will be held from 30 May to 2 June in Helsinki, Finland. WCEF2023 is co-organised by Nordic Innovation and the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, with international partners. Free of charge, please register using the link provided:
For further information contact Edel O’Reilly, Curator, Aalto Exhibitions [email protected]
Accelerator Day: 01.06.203
Exhibition tour: 12:00-13:30
Dipoli Gallery, Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo / Aalto University
‘Renewable energy engineering within planetary boundaries - a textbook and learning materials’
Researchers and Editors: Hanna Paulomäki, visiting lecturer and Mika Järvinen, Associated Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering, Aalto University VR and 360 materials: Timo Ovaska, Kalle Kataila, Mateusz Janiszweski, Thomas Mattathil, School of Engineering & Learning Services, Aalto University
Gallery Opening Hours and Directions to Otaniemi
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