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Created 21.4.2023
Updated 21.4.2023

LUT University will soon host several notable international events. Starting in May, the International Conference on Communities and Technologies (C&T) will summon researchers, designers, educators, industry representatives, and students to Sibelius Hall in Lahti. C&T is the premier international forum for stimulating scholarly debate and disseminating research on communication technologies.

In June, the International Conference on European Energy Markets (EEM) will be held in Finland for the first time. Researchers from around the world will gather in Lappeenranta to talk about energy modelling, market design, regulatory policies, and climate change.

Another marker on the June timeline event in June is the 19th Nordic Filtration Symposium, which will be held on the Lappeenranta campus. At this event, filtration experts will discuss technical and business solutions to separation challenges in a circular economy. In addition, the first scientific seminar of LUT’s SCI-MAT research platform will be organized during the event.

International events in summer 2023

“Getting to host international scientific conferences means that LUT has outdone many tough competitors. Our staff members deserve great thanks for their excellent work,” Vice Rector Jari Hämäläinen states.

Finally, the EUA-CDE Annual Meeting will bring academic leaders, senior academics, doctoral education professionals, postdoctoral researchers, and doctoral candidates to Lahti. The event will focus on the different dimensions of communication in doctoral education. In addition, researchers from across the globe will attend the FINT Workshop 2023 on trust within and between organizations hosted by LUT in Helsinki in June.

“The first step in growing LUT’s reputation is making us well-known internationally. Conferences and other events bring us valuable visibility. In the THE World University Rankings, international recognition and reputation are essential – and LUT takes rankings seriously,” Hämäläinen adds.