The conference is held in Dipoli, one of the premier venues in Finland for meetings, seminars and international congresses. It is in a prime location, sharing the diverse services offered in the capital city and the innovative atmosphere of Aalto campus. It can be easily accessed by metro, the Aalto University stop is only 15 minutes form Helsinki city center.
Two biggest lecture halls, Kaleva (up to 600 places) and Lumituuli (250 places), are reserved for the event together with lobby area for industry exhibition. Additional splinter meeting rooms are available on site.
The Dipoli building is one of the landmarks of Finnish architecture designed by Reima and Raili Pietilä in mid sixties for student union. The name is a pun; it can mean dipole, but also "the second Poli", the second building of the polytechnic students. In 2017 the building was renovated and it serves now as the head quarters of Aalto University.
Dipoli, Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo, Finland