Ülemiste City Future Forum 2023
Ülemiste City invites you to attend Future Forum, the conference of smart future
Ülemiste City has grown into the largest smart city in the Baltics and is the third largest economy in Estonia after Tallinn and Tartu. A city as a start-up, with an environment that combines international experience and partners, with a total of 500 company and 16,000 talents from more than 70 different countries. Ülemiste City opens Estonia to the world, doing it with informed and data-based innovative projects led by our talents.
The Ülemiste City Future Forum 2023 will take place on 10-11 May. The conference will focus on four forward-looking and inspiring key areas—future trends, innovation and data, discovering and developing talent in a healthy environment, and a green mindset as a new reality and business opportunity. These topics bring more than 50 top leaders from Europe to Ülemiste City.
Ülemiste City Future Forum will be held in cooperation with Tallinn European Green Capital within the program’s framework to raise and initiate important topics related to green thinking throughout society, both in the educational and private sectors.
Nicolas Derbin (CARIAD Estonia) opens the future of mobility, Jukka Patrikainen (ABB Motion Baltic) discusses about the smart future of business and the use of artificial intelligence is emphasized by Elin Hauge. Jan Grolig (Stargate Hydrogen), who presents practical examples of how to enable tomorrow's industry with green hydrogen. Thomas Metcalfe (Roche Pharma PHC) and Ilona Ylinampa (Fujitsu Finland) will introduce the next innovation horizons of health care and how to keep talent healthy.
The first day of the conference ends with the Tallinn European Green Capital reception, where Tallinn GreenTech Week is introduced, which takes place from 14–17 November in Tallinn.
On the second day of the conference, at EduFest with 32 training sessions, researchers will share reviews of the latest research, achievements of the scientific world and future solutions. A green innovation workshop led by EAS and the City of Tallinn will also take place at EduFest.
In addition, there will be few side events for students, such as EcoHack and the Hack4Future competition inviting students to come up with future solutions, and the NordPlus international study visit, in which students and lecturers from eight higher education institutions will participate.
Check out Future Forum program and buy a ticket: www.futureforum.ee