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Professors Jukka Manner, Jarno Limnéll and Matti Rossi on the list of influential IT figures 2015

Each year the 100 most significant topical influential figures are put on the list.

Professor Jukka Manner from the School of Electrical Engineering have been placed on the list of 100 influential IT figures for 2015 by Tietoviikko magazine in the Technology category. It was the sixth time in succession that Jukka Manner was selected for the list. Professor Jarno Limnéll from the School of Electrical Engineering and Professor Matti Rossi from the School of Business have been placed on the list in the Digitalisation category. Jarno Limnéll was the most influential IT figure in 2013.

Tietoviikko has listed Finland's 100 most influential ICT figures from the year 2002. Each year the 100 most significant topical influential figures are put on the list. The list expresses the views of the selectors about which people should be followed and listened to right now by professionals in the field.

Also making the list were Head of Research Mika Helenius and Aaltoes chairman Julius Hietala in the Digitalisation category.

 

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