CHEM Career Forum FAQ
What is a stand like?
An elevated vertical table and electrical outlet are provided for exhibitors. In addition, a roll-up, for instance, fits well into the area. There is no need to take other stand structures along, and they may not necessarily even fit into the space.
How are the stands situated?
The stands are situated in the upper foyer on Dipoli’s second floor, allowing accessibility to the auditorium (panel and students’ posters). A map of the premises will be ready at the beginning of December and will be published here.
Is there an on-the-spot Internet connection?
The wireless Aalto Open network operates at the Otaniemi campus, which provides access to all without the need for user IDs and passwords.
Where can I park my car and how do I get there?
The address for Dipoli is Otakaari 24. Parking spaces can be found at the front of the building and next to Otahalli as you drive past Dipoli from Luolamiehentie Road: see the satellite image. You can get an Aalto University parking permit from Info as well as from the cloakroom. Please note that Otaniementie is cut off. From the direction of Ring 1, you can get to the place easiest from Tekniikantie.
If arriving by Metro, exit the underground at Otaniementie.
The closest bus stop from Helsinki is Otakallio and from Espoo Dipoli. The closest entrance is the festive door at the side of Luolamiehentie.
Where can I leave my jacket and other things?
Unfortunately, Dipoli does not offer a supervised cloakroom. An exclusive recreational area called Poli has been reserved for exhibitors, where outdoor wear, substitute footwear and other things can be left. There is a door in the area, but it is not locked. There is a general cloakroom for students, and coded lockers can be found in the lower foyer.
Where can I have lunch?
Breakfast is served in the morning, and the School of Chemical Engineering invites the exhibitors for lunch. Others can enjoy lunch at, for example, Dipoli’s Reima Restaurant, which is located on the same floor.