Evidence-based story of holistic wellbeing
The best understanding of holistic wellbeing
We want to generate know-how about individual’s holistic wellbeing – mind, brain, body.
Together with our network of companies and multidisciplinary research and education institutes we aim to create innovations and significant research based business.
Currently University of Jyväskylä and especially its Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Research Institute for Olympic Sports KiHU, The Finnish Olympic Committee, Research center for physical activity and health LIKES and JAMK University of Applied Sciences’ School of Health and Social Studies create the foundation of this competence cluster.
We speed up:
Research-driven business – Student and research based startups’ growth – Open research and data – Global research cooperation – Export of Finnish know-how
Test Bed Innovation Ecosystem
We want to generate the best understanding of wellbeing and performance. Several companies and nonprofit organization have already taken an interest in enriching their own data and after giving it back to their end-customers and users. On our the Test Bed platform you can create a new service model in a agile way.
How to join Test Bed? More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
“We are proud of our place on the Hippos team. We’ve already begun working towards a shared goal, as both wellbeing and learning are at the very core of Jyväskylä University’s strategy. The Hippos ecosystem offers internationally significant new opportunities for applying research-based knowledge to practice.”
Keijo Hämäläinen, Rector, University of Jyväskylä
“Through Hippos2020, we can deliver education and training, promote business and engage in customer-centred research, development and service provision with the wider network in a way that’s never been done before. Hippos is ideally aligned with the JAMK University of Applied Sciences’ wider strategy and has much to offer in terms of multi-disciplinary rehabilitation and digital developments within the higher education sector.
Jussi Halttunen, President, JAMK University of Applied Sciences