New TIAS Postdoctoral Fellows introduce their research projects in an online seminar on 14 and 21 September, 2022

09.09.2022

The position of Turku Institute for Advanced Studies (TIAS) research collegium as an interdisciplinary centre of research excellence was further strengthened this September, when thirteen new Postdoctoral Fellows joined TIAS to undertake new research projects. The new Postdoctoral Fellows introduce their research projects in an online seminar on 14 and 21 September, 2022.

In September 2022, thirteen new Fellows joined the Turku Institute for Advanced Studies (TIAS) to undertake new research projects. We welcome colleagues from the University of Turku and beyond to join us in these online seminars to find out more about TIAS’ new Fellows and their research. Please join us online for an hour of interdisciplinary research excellence.

Meet the New TIAS Fellows 2022 - Two online events

Wednesday 14 September Programme

Time: 14.30–15.30
Place: Zoom (passcode: TIAS)

Welcome and introduction to TIAS: Professor Martin Cloonan, Director, TIAS

Presentation by new TIAS Fellows (5 minutes each):

Timo Pankakoski: Making Political Metaphors Speak

Vesa Putkinen: Molecular and functional neural basis of musical emotions

Valtteri Kaartemo: Sustainable market shaping

Asko Nivala: Artificial Intelligence Before Computers: The History of Romantic Computationalism

Juho Korhonen: In the Periphery of the Russian Empire: Democratization in the Grand Duchy of Finland from a Global Perspective

Olga Simonova: The Renewed Femininity: Female Fictional Images in the World War I and in the Russian Civil War

Wednesday 21 September Programme

Time: 14.30–15.30
Place: Zoom (passcode: TIAS)

Welcome and introduction to TIAS: Professor Martin Cloonan, Director, TIAS

Presentation by new TIAS Fellows (5 minutes each):

Henna Leino: Fostering sustainable service systems through family member service inclusion

Eini Haaja: Agents of sustainable industrial transformation – exploring the multilevel dynamics in maritime industry

Oleksandra Nenko: Emotions, Landscape(s) and Cultural & Creative Industries

Pekka Kolehmainen: Conceptual History of Antifeminism in the United States

Johanna Friman: Erosion of human agency and humanity deficit disruptions in accountability structures

Raha Sarvestany: The Collective Memory of 'Conscious Prisoners'; A contemporary reflection on the Academic Migration, Narratives of 'others,' and Intellectual History

Nadia Mamontova: The Mistress of the Copper Mountain: Multiple Ways of ‘Knowing’ the Earth in Soviet and Russian Geological Regimes of Power

Created 09.09.2022 | Updated 09.09.2022