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Antti Oulasvirta elected as member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters

The persons elected to membership of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters are distinguished academics and scientists.
Aalto University / Antti Oulasvirta / photo: Lasse Lecklin

Antti Oulasvirta has been elected as member of Finnish Academy of Science and Letters at the Annual General Meeting on 12.4.2019. New members are chosen by the existing Academy members.

Professor Antti Oulasvirta works on the development of information technology with regard to usability and user experience at the Department of Communications and Networking. His work combines information processing science, cognitive science and mathematical psychology.

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