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Monika Österberg starts as Head of Department at BIO2

Professor Monika Österberg has been nominated as the Head of Department at the Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems (BIO2), starting January 1, 2021. Her term is for three years. She has acted as Vice Head of Department since the beginning of the year 2020.
Monica Österberg

Professor Markus Linder will continue as a Vice Head of Department and the second Vice Head will be nominated later. “At this point, I would like to express my sincere thanks to Professor Herbert Sixta, who has very successfully led the department with great energy and passion”, says Kristiina Kruus, the Dean at the School of Chemical Engineering. “I also congratulate Monika and wish her and Markus all the best in leading the Bio2.”

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Kristiina Kruus, Dean, The School of Chemical Engineering, Aalto University

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