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Natalia Vuori appointed as Assistant Professor as of 1 September 2018

D.Sc. (Tech) Natalia Vuori has been appointed as Assistant Professor (Term I) at the Aalto University School of Science, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management. The area of the professorship is entrepreneurial leadership.

Natalia holds a Ph.D. from Aalto University's Department of Industrial Engineering and Management. Her dissertation was accepted in 2012 with distinction. Natalia has published her research in top-tier academic journals and received numerous awards for her scientific work, including the William H. Newman Award in 2014.

Natalia conducts extensive collaboration with world-class scholars in innovation, emotions, and cognition as part of technology firms’ entrepreneurial leadership.

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