Five new Academy Research Fellow and three Postdoctoral Researcher posts

The new posts are funded by the Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Biosciences, Health and the Environment, and Research Council for Culture and Society.
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The Academy of Finland’s Research Councils – Biosciences, Health and the Environment, and Culture and Society – have decided on funding for five new five-year research posts as Academy Research Fellow and three three-year research posts as Postdoctoral Researcher. The decisions were made on 15 April 15.4. (BHE) and 26 April 2019 (CS).

New Academy Research Fellows, Postdoctoral Researchers and their projects

Academy Research Fellows

Botero Cabrera, Andrea, Dept. of Design

From the lab and the studio, to the garden, the forests and back

Jylhä, Petri, Dept. of Finance

Which factors really predict asset return?

Levy, Jonathan, Dept. of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering

Supporting Pro-social Change in an Era of Intergroup Tensions: A Multidisciplinary and Global Approach

Salmitaival, Juha, Dept. of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering

Bringing real-life to attention (research): Towards integrative and transferrable neurocognitive model of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Sele, Kathrin, Dept. of Management Studies

Algorithmic Routines – Tracing the Sociomaterial and Temporal Nature of Organizing in the Age of Digitization

The decisions were made by the Research Council for Culture and Society, and the funding is 438 874 euros per person.


Postdoctoral Researchers

Gandier, Julie-Anne, Dept. of Bioproducts and Biosystems

Class I HFB proteins as a modular platform for “smart” nanostructured materials (HFBMat). Research Council for Biosciences, Health and the Environment, 271 926e

Geurts, Amber, Dept. of Management Studies

Contested Futures: Framing the Future of Emerging Technologies. Research Council for Culture and Society, 279 210e

Nelimarkka, Matti, Dept. of Computer Science

Interfaces for deliberation and deliberation of interfaces: towards political human-computer interaction. Research Council for Culture and Society, 246 198e


Read more about the funding decisions on Academy of Finland website


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