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Katri Seitsonen starts as Information Specialist at the School of Science

Katri Seitsonen works as an Open Science and ACRIS liaison for the School of Science
Katri Seitsonen
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Information Specialist Katri Seitsonen has joined Research and Innovation Services at the School of Science. Her main responsibilities include Aalto University's research information system (ACRIS), research data management, open access publishing and open science in general.

Katri Seitsonen holds a MSc degree in Information Studies from University of Tampere and has joined Aalto University in 2013. Prior to joining Aalto’s Research Services in spring 2021, Katri worked for several years in the Doctoral Programme in Science.

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