Partners and networks

EuroCC FINLAND – National Comptence Center

The EuroCC Finland competence center is part of the EuroCC project, which aims to establish national HPC competence centers in different European countries. CSC's role in the project is to support and improve the capabilities of Finnish users to utilize the possibilities of high-performance computing, data analytics and artificial intelligence. Our service is aimed especially at the use of industry and SMEs.

Funded by the European Union. This work has received funding from the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) and Germany, Bulgaria, Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Norway, Türkiye, Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia under grant agreement No 101101903.

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Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI

The Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI) is a cluster that brings together top researchers and actors from industry and the public sector to solve real-life problems using both existing AI expertise and entirely new AI methods.

FCAI is one of the flagships designated by the Academy of Finland and a key player in the implementation of Finland’s AI programme aimed at reforming industry, health care and working life and introducing research-based innovations.

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Business Finland

Business Finland is a public body whose business services cover areas such as innovation funding and internationalisation.

Business Finland helps its business customers grow and succeed at the global level, develop future solutions, and boldly reshape their business. It aims to promote cooperation between companies and research groups so that new openings can develop into international business ecosystems. The overall objective is to make Finland the world’s most attractive and competitive innovation environment and the most attractive location for both investment and tourism.

Business Finland is part of the Team Finland network.

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DIMECC is an open collaboration platform that enables the technological and commercial renewal and growth of companies. DIMECC enables the collaborative innovation that is needed for sharing out the risks, benefits and costs of creating new business activities. The company’s customers create new methods and tools for developing future business activities, using the services provided to multiply the resources and expertise they have at their disposal.

DIMECC is owned by manufacturing and technology companies and research organisations. It was established in 2008 to assist companies with strategic research and the development of new technologies. Since 2016, promoting and utilising digitalisation and creating new business activities have been key themes.

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TIVIA is a national and independent collaboration organisation for associations operating in the IT sector. Its activities include research, training and information provision.

The aim of TIVIA is to raise awareness of Finnish IT expertise and to provide its members with opportunities for competence development, networking, presenting their services, interacting extensively with top experts and building international contacts. TIVIA represents Finland in the international IT organisations IFIP and CEPIS.

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AIKA – Digital Innovation HUB

AIKA DIH – Digital Innovation Hub is an ecosystem that offers companies in Kainuu and northern Finland support for the digital business transition and the development of new innovative solutions. Through the partners operating in the AIKA ecosystem, companies can benefit from the latest digital technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), supercomputing and data analytics in business and product development.

The AIKA ecosystem is supported and partially financed by the city of Kajaani and the Regional Council of Kainuu with the help of the European Regional Development Fund (A78688).


FAIR – Finnish AI Region

The Finnish AI Region, or FAIR, offers businesses low-threshold expertise in artificial intelligence, augmented reality, high-performance computing, and cyber security.  FAIR aim to accelerate and expand the adoption of artificial intelligence in small and medium-sized enterprises. Most of FAIR´s services are free of charge.

FAIR consists of ten partner organisations that provide its services as a network ; The cities of Helsinki, Espoo and Vantaa, Aalto University, University of Helsinki, Haaga-Helia and Metropolia Universities of Applied Sciences, KIRA InnoHub, CSC – IT Center of Science and European Innovation and Technology Institute EIT Digital.

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LIH EDIH – Location Innovation Hub

The objective of the Location Innovation Hub (LIH) is to advance the use of artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, cybersecurity and advanced digital skills by applying location intelligence. In other words, by deriving meaningful insights from geospatial data relationships – people, places or things - to solve particular challenges such as demographic or environmental analysis, asset tracking and traffic planning. 

LIH will target value chains serving key domains in Finland and in Europe at large, including the built environment, bioeconomy (forestry, agriculture and food), transportation, and health and well-being, for all of which location intelligence is crucial to the smooth running and interoperation of services.

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