The Chinese Association of Science and Technology in Finland (CASTF) was registered in Helsinki in 2014. The official Chinese name is '芬兰华人科技协会' and Finnish name is 'Kiinalainen tiede ja teknologia yhdistys ry'.
CASTF currently has about 200 members. Over 80% of them are Ph.D. candidates and Ph. D. degree researchers, mainly from the University of Helsinki, Aalto University, Finnish Research Institute, Finnish Companies and Chinese-funded companies. Among the members, over 80% have immigrant background.
The vision of CASTF is to promote the cooperation and development in the fields of science and technology, education, culture, economy and trade between China and Finland. Meanwhile CASTF aims to promote Chinese traditional culture and promote the mutual understanding between people from both nations and promote the unity, cooperation and communication between Chinese and Finnish scholars and professionals. CASTF holds academic seminars and provides a platform for academic exchanges for members. We will continuously support scientists, scholars and highly educated Chinese to integrate well into Finnish Society and working environments.
Doctoral student in Department of Chemistry at University of Helsinki
MSC in Shaanxi Normal University affiliated with MOE, China; Participated in Shaanxi high school examination for students from various schools, secondary school competitions and other large-scale examination marking work; Designated as a teacher in one key senior school of Xi’an; Trained in Huanggang High school for education research and study; Occupied in large-scale and listed counseling education agencies like New Oriental Education & Technology Group, NYSE:XUE etc.
Ph.D from Aalto University in 2014, Illumination Engineering and Electrical Building Services
With over 10 years research and work experiences in building and lighting technology, working on human centric lighting in smart city and smart building projects; serving in Finnish companies which help with international collaboration and business development especially between Finland and China.
Ph.D from Chinese Academy of Science, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics，D.Eng candidate of Department Computer Science, Aalto University
Designed the echo detecting sensor for laser range finder of Chang’e - China first moon-explore satellite. Prototyped the first airborne pushbroom laser scanner in China, the world first hyperspectral LiDAR with a supercontinuum laser source in Finland, and the world Mini-UAV borne FMCW radar in Finland.
Ph.D from University of Helsinki, Precious metals recycling
The member of European Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Network; Research intern in Umicore, Olen, Belgium; Researcher in Chalmers university of Technology, Sweden; Researcher in Sinopec Safety engineering Institute, China.