Antti Rousi starts as Data Advisor in Research Services

Dr. Antti Rousi works in the Open Science and ACRIS team focusing on research data management. His main tasks are to coordinate the Data Agent network and research data management training.
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Data Advisor Antti Rousi. Photo: Charlotte Forsgård

Dr. Antti Rousi graduated from the University of Tampere with a Ph.D. in information sciences and has more than 10 years of experience in providing services to researchers. He has served as an Aalto University representative in many national and international open science working groups (incl. Avoin tiede & CESEAR). Prior to his Data Advisor position, he worked as the Open Science and ACRIS liaison for the School of Science.

Data Agents are a group of research-oriented Aalto employees who support researchers and students in Research Data Management (RDM) related questions. Data Agents are part of a wider data support network, Research Data Management Network, which is coordinated by Aalto Research Services and comprises IT Services, Legal Services, Research Ethics, Science-IT, and the Research Software Engineers network.

How can you benefit from the expertise of the Data Agents? Either submit your question to [email protected] or contact one of the data agents directly. Aalto University Research Data Management Network organises a biannual webinar series on research data management (RDM) and open science. Webinar topics include e.g. legal aspects of research data, reproducibility of science, responsible conduct of research, and current trends in academic publishing. One or several Data Agents are also available in a drop-in clinic once a week to answer any RDM-related questions.

For more info about the Data Agent network, please contact:
Antti Rousi, Data Advisor, Research services, [email protected], 050 379 0670   

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