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Tanesh Kumar and Xiaolong Liu start as Data Agents at the School of Electrical Engineering

Aalto Research Data Management Network has two new members, Tanesh Kumar and Xiaolong Liu. Their aim is to support data management practices at the School of Electrical Engineering.
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Xiaolong Liu and Tanesh Kumar are new Data Agents.

Tanesh Kumar from the Department of Information and Communications Engineering and Xiaolong Liu from the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering have joined the Research Data Management Network of Aalto University as Data Agents. Both represent the School of Electrical Engineering. The School of Electrical Engineering also has two existing Data Agents, Clemens Icheln from the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, and Udayanto Atmojo, from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation. 

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