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Online 20.6.2022

Info session on call for ideas: 6G Bridge, Decarbonized Cities and Quantum Computing

Monday 20.6.2022

The session will be held in English through MS Teams, registration required.

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Further information

Pekka Rantala (6G Bridge)
Business Finland
pekka.rantala (at)
+358 50 396 2922


Karin Wikman (Decarbonized Cities)
Business Finland
karin.wikman (at)
+358 50 5577 723


Outi Keski-Äijö (Quantum Computing)
Business Finland
outi.keski-aijo (at)
+358 50 5577 663

Business Finland is opening a call for ideas for programs under preparation, 6G Bridge and Decarbonized Cities, and for the Quantum Computing campaign.

Decarbonized Cities program aims to foster, strengthen and advance Finnish solutions for decarbonizing cities, especially in the fields of energy and transport and mobility.

The goal of the 6G Bridge program is to further strengthen Finland's position as a world leading developer of network technologies. Additionally, the program aims to apply the technologies to solve societal challenges and to increase the export capabilities of the Finnish industry.

The Quantum Computing campaign accelerates the growth and internationalization of the Finnish quantum ecosystem by supporting the development and deployment of quantum computing software stacks and by enabling company pilots and demonstrations for solving significant challenges with quantum computing.

Business Finland is opening this call for ideas in order to gather ideas and map Finnish competencies. Funding is exceptionally also available for research projects. The fundable project volume will be around 25 -30 million euros per program and 8 million euros for the campaign.

Call for ideas opens on Monday 20.6.2022.


14.30 Opening words
Arto Pussinen, Business Finland

14.40 Call principles
Esa Panula-Ontto, Business Finland

14.55 Short introduction to call content and selection criteria

  • Karin Wikman, Decarbonized Cities
  • Pekka Rantala, 6G Bridge
  • Outi Keski-Äijö, Quantum Computing

15.10 Q&A

The session will be recorded.