1.1.2009 Sakari Tamminen joins the group

Thu, 08.01.2009

Sakari Tamminen is a doctoral candidate at the department of Social Psychology at the University of Helsinki, Finland. He did his M.A. and Lic.Soc.Sci studies at Helsinki, where he graduated in social psychology and social anthropology. He has also studied usability and user-centred design at the Helsinki University of Technology TKK, Department of Computer Science, where he also held a teaching post on the subject for some years. Previously, he has worked on the topics of gender and information technology, on which he also wrote both his M.A. and Lic. Thesis’. He started his PhD project on new genetics and non-human nationhood during his Marie Curie Fellow nomination at the Science and Technology Studies Unit (SATSU) at the University of York, UK, between 2004-2005. During his spare time he transforms to an avid fisherman, who nearly always returns his catch to the water.

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