Friday Joseph Agbo

Doctoral candidate

  • Institution University of Eastern Finland
  • Department/faculty School of computing

Hermann Aubie

Senior Researcher

  • Institution University of Turku
  • Department/faculty Centre for East Asian Studies, Turun yliopisto, Arwidssoninkatu 1 building 12

Hermann Aubié is a social scientist/east asianist with interest and expertise in human rights, civil society, as well as social and human development issues. He has lived and worked in mainland China for five years and for more than ten years in various Western countries.

Analía Capponi-Savolainen

Doctoral candidate

  • Institution University of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy
  • Department/faculty MuTri Doctoral School

Researcher, educator and musician working at the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Center for Educational Research and Academic Development (CERADA). My current project on children's singing in culturally diverse Finnish schools is part of the ArtsEqual Research initiative (The Arts as a Public Service: Strategic Steps towards Equality) funded by the Academy of Finland.

  • Institution Hanken School of Economics
  • Department/faculty Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility

Teppo Eskelinen

Senior Lecturer

  • Institution University of Jyväskylä
  • Department/faculty Department of social sciences and philosophy

Multidisciplinary social scientist working on global political economy, development theory, development policy, political philosophy, economic alternatives, development ethics, social movements.

Päivi Hasu

Academy Research Fellow

  • Institution University of Helsinki
  • Department/faculty Dpt of Political and Economic Studies

Jaana Jarva

Senior Scientist

  • Institution Geological Survey of Finland

Jaana Jarva is a senior scientist in environmental geology at the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK). She holds a PhD in geology from the University of Turku, Finland. She is specialized in the fields of environmental and urban geology, geochemistry, land use planning, geological risk assessment and climate change adaptation. She has worked as a project manager in several European research and regional development projects, as well as in national and international research and consulting assignments. She is currently acting as a project manager of four international projects on hydrogeology, climate change adaptation and environmental impact assessment. She holds IPMA Level C certificate.

Raija Koskinen

Senior Lecturer

  • Institution HAMK, Häme University of Applied Sciences
  • Department/faculty School of Wellbeing

Sociologist and trained welfare professional with a broad working experience in Finnish social services since 1980ies. Expert member in the administration courts of Helsinki and Hämeenlinna in matters of child welfare, adoption and disability services. Visiting researcher in the National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland, THL. Research interest include: practice research in social work, science and technology studies, sociocybernetics, implementation studies. Research and development collaboration in Europe, Asia and LAC region.

Markus Kröger

Academy of Finland Postdoctoral Researcher

  • Institution University of Helsinki
  • Department/faculty Department of Political and Economic Studies

Niina Käyhkö

Team leader

  • Institution University of Turku
  • Department/faculty Department of Geology and Geography