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The events will be held in the iconic setting of Finnish architecture and design, in the Dipoli building on the campus of the Aalto University, Espoo, Finland. Address: Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo.

Dipoli is the main building of Aalto University, and a popular meeting place. Dipoli was originally designed in 1966 by Raili and Reima Pietilä as the new university building for technology students. The renovated Dipoli building was opened in the summer of 2017 as the Aalto University main building. The bedrock and surrounding forest have inspired the sculptural copper and granite facade, which is a Finnish architectural gem.


In addition to participation by invitation, there is also a unique chance to purchase tickets to both The Millennium Innovation Forum and 2020 Millennium Technology Prize Award Ceremony & Gala Dinner.  Please notice that there is only limited number of tickets available. Read more about the different ticket packages here.

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Organizer: Technology Academy Finland TAF

Technology Academy Finland TAF is an independent foundation which awards the biennial Millennium Technology Prize and runs associated events and initiatives. You’ll find information about the 2020 Millennium Innovation Forum Program Committee on the Community page.

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If you are media representative, please contact Technology Academy Finland’s communication about the 2020 Millennium Technology Prize or participating the Millennium Innovation Forum. More information about the press conferences and the materials are provided in the beginning of the 2020.

Further information:
Katariina Salmisalo
Communications Manager
+358 40 701 6576