Chalmers University of Technology conducts research and offers education in technology, science, shipping and architecture with a sustainable future as its global vision. With its 13 departments, 10,300 full-time students and 3,100 employees, Chalmers is well-known locally and globally for providing an effective environment for innovation and for its close relationship with the industry and society.
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden is a fully state-owned international research and innovation institute with 2,200 employees. Both as a research and innovation service partner, RISE is involved in multiple international collaboration programmes with academia, industry, and the public sector. RISE promotes all sorts of innovative processes and its roughly 100 test-beds and demonstration facilities are instrumental in developing future-proof products, technologies, and services.
Johanneberg Science Park aspires to be Sweden’s leading collaborative arena for urban development, running national and international innovation projects and testing solutions for future challenges. By bringing together academia, society and a range of large and small companies, Johanneberg Science Park co-generates innovations for a society that is good for people and the environment.
Gothenburg is a significant centre for academic research and a university town with two universities and some 50,000 students. The Gothenburg region is one of Europe’s densest research regions, ranked as the sixth most competitive region of 268 in the European 2020 Regional Index and Sweden is one of the 2017 top places in Europe for submitting new inventions, according to the European Patent Office. Gothenburg is also the most sustainable meeting destination in the world according to the Global Destination Sustainability Index for both 2016 and 2017.