ORGANISATIONAL MEMBERS

jamk
platinum-member

JAMK University of Applied Sciences/ JAMK Generator
Rajakatu 35
Jyvaskyla, Central Finland 40100 FINLAND
www.jamk.fi
Contact: Pekka Jaasko Director and Vice President
pekka.jaasko@jamk.fi

JAMK University of Applied Sciences is an international higher education institution with expertise in eight different fields of study. JAMK has more than 8500 students from over seventy countries.

The research and development activities in JAMK focus on:

 Applied research utilizing scientific results to develop new practical applications, methods or problem solving tools.
 Development work which utilizes data to generate new substances, products, production process or systems or to improve the existing ones.
 Basic research chiefly referring to scientific research undertaken by the staff.

JAMK University of Applied Sciences aims as a strategic goal to be Finland’s most entrepreneurship oriented university of applied sciences. The JAMK Generator generates collective action for the University of Applied Sciences


tsu

Tomsk State University
36 Lenin Avenue Tomsk,
Tomsk region
634050 RUSSIA
http://en.tsu.ru/
Contact: Liana Kobzeva
05.liana@gmail.com

Tomsk State University (TSU) is the oldest university in Russian Asia, in Siberia, that was founded in 1878 in Tomsk, Russia. TSU, as a research university, sees its mission as preserving and enhancing spiritual values of humanity in the production and dissemi- nation of progressive knowledge and information, and in the advanced training of the intellectual leaders of society based on integration of the educational process with fundamental scientific research and innovative approaches.

Today, TSU is involved in the Russian academic excellence project, the goal of which is to maximize the competitive position of a group of leading Russian universities in the global research and education market. Therefore, the university is interested in differ- ent kinds of collaboration with other universities and international institutions in order to conduct breakthrough research.