Sino-Finnish summer camp – apply now
Create new opportunities for companies, individuals and institutions alike. The camp is a part of Sino Finnish 100 Challenge.
Sino Finnish 100 Challenge – a new way of doing is the main event of the Finland 100 programme in China.The Challenge creates preconditions for utilising Finnish know-how in solving challenges in China. It also promotes and enables export opportunities within Chinese stakeholders. The Challenge is organised by Radical Design Week Association (RDWA) with Finnish and Chinese partners.
One of the highlights in 2017 is a Summer Camp for students and teachers, which is organised during 30 July–11 August. On the camp, you can create new opportunities for companies, individuals and institutions through innovative and ambitious collaboration. Furthermore, you will improve your entrepreneurship skills to usher in a new era of co-creation and high-skill economic growth between the two countries.
The camp takes place on Aalto University's Otaniemi Campus in Espoo, Finland. The instructors will include experts from top universities in USA, China and Finland.
Inspire your imagination
The Sino-Finnish team is headed by Professor Yrjö Sotamaa, an internationally awarded expert of design and design innovation. He is currently a professor at the College of Design and Innovation at Tongji University.
'Sino-Finnish summer camp is the choice to inspire your imagination and collaborate with the brightest of minds from all over the world. Come with an open mind and create new moving ideas together with the change makers. Have fun while learning,' says Yrjö Sotamaa and continues 'The Sino Finnish 100 Challenge unique innovation ecosystem is an enabling resource and connects the ideas with a wide variety of expertise for further development of the ideas.'
Apply for the Summer Camp latest on 22 May 2017 at 4 pm (GMT) on the Sino-Finnish website (sinofinnishchallenge.org). The fee for the camp is EUR 800 (incl. VAT).