in the United Kingdom
 

    About    

 

Finnish Science Society in the United Kingdom is a non-profit membership organisation that was founded in 2017 to provide a network for Finnish researchers and anyone interested in Finnish science, and to advance and promote scientific collaboration and mobility between Finland and the United Kingdom. We will promote cutting edge research and scientific collaboration between two countries by providing information and advice, and by organizing stimulating events.  Finnish scientists based in the UK and anyone else interested in Finnish science are welcome to join the society by filling the membership form. JOIN US!

 Committee

 

  • Yrjö Helariutta, Treasurer
    Professor, University of Cambridge
  • Veera Mikola, Secretary
    Undergraduate Student, University of Warwick
  • Tommi Pesu, Web Master
    PhD Student, Imperial College London
  • Arttu Rajantie, Chair
    Professor, Imperial College London
  • Kalle Sipilä, Events Coordinator
    Research Associate, King's College London
  • Evelina Skarp, Membership Secretary
    PhD Student, Imperial College London
 

    Events    

Future Events
  • Our June event will be held on Thursday 27 June 2019 at the Copeland Gallery. For mode details, click here.
Past Events
  • January meeting and AGM was held on Saturday 12 January 2019 at the Finnish Church in London. For details, click here. For notes on the Brexit, Science and Finland discussion, click here.
  • Our June event was held on Friday 15 June 2018. For more details, click here.
  • Our first event "Finnish Science 100" was held on Saturday 4 November 2017 and was organised together with other organisations as part of the centenary programme of Finland’s independence.
             Collaboration                                 Mobility                                   Invention
 

    Membership    

The Society welcomes all Finnish scientists based in the UK and everyone else interested in Finnish science.