Speakers of the seminar


Most of the speakers are present at the Sibelius Hall, but some will keep their presentations via video. The program includes an indication if the speaker appears virtual.

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Sibelius Hall


Järven rannalla suuri puinen rakennus, joka on Lahden Sibeliustalo.

Sibelius Hall is located by the beautiful Lake Vesijärvi very close to the city center. Sibelius Hall is a congress- and concert center. Modern wooden architecture is combined with old industrial history in the most interesting way. The Main Hall capacity is 1100 seats. A high-level online streaming production is a key element of this hybrid event. Both the organiser and the event venue have a lot of experience of hybrid events since the beginning of the pandemic situation in 2020. 

The very spacious Forest Hall and the stunning lake scenery create an incredible atmosphere for lunch and coffee breaks. A view to Lake Vesijärvi opens from every room of the Congress Wing. 



City of Lahti 

Lahti is the European Green Capital 2021 and a bold environmental city of 120,000 inhabitants in Southern Finland an hour away from Helsinki. Lahti is a forerunner in climate action and internationally known for its water protection initiatives and innovative circular economy solutions. Lahti pledges to be carbon-neutral by 2025, as the first major city in Finland. 

Lahti is a rapidly developing provincial centre. The services of a major city and the close proximity to numerous lakes and nature give Lahti an unique image and plenty of options for free time. The dense and urban city centre is surrounded by the Salpausselkä ridges and Lake Vesijärvi, which reaches all the way to Lake Päijänne. 

Read more: greenlahti.fi (linkki: https://greenlahti.fi/en)