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Celebrating International Women's Day in the School of Science

Greetings from the Department of Computer Science

The department of computer science asked their community members to wish eachother "Happy international Women's Day" in their own language

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Mathematics Professor in Magazine interview

Professor Pauliina Ilmonen did an interview with Me Naiset magazine in Finnish, about her career and her research. She talks about how she loved mathematics from childhood, and what motivates her research.

In a previous interview with Aalto magazine available in English, Professor Ilmonen talks about work and how to deal with uncertainty, you can read it here.

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Computer Science professor blogs about the benefits to Tech

Information systems professor Risto Sarvas celebrated international women's day by writing a blog post about Why Tech Needs More Women. You can read it here. (in English)

Photo: Bernadette Gehl-Väisänen.

IWD Brunch

The department of applied physics had a brunch for female staff, organised by accademic coordinator Bernadette Gehl-Väisänen.

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