Annual Report 2021: Funded Researchers
Please find below presentations of the HIIT Postdoctoral Fellows and HIIT Research Fellows.
Laia Amorós Carafí
HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow 1.9.2019-31.7.2021
Amorós is part of the Machine Learning for Big Data Research Group of Alex Jung and she works in close connection with the Algebra, Number Theory and Applications Research Group of Camilla Hollanti.
Amorós has a BSc and a MSc in mathematics from the University of Barcelona. In 2016 she obtained a PhD in number theory under a collaboration between the University of Barcelona and the University of Luxembourg. She moved to Finland on 2018 to join Prof. Hollanti’s group as a postdoc at the Mathematics Department at Aalto University. In 2019 she joined Prof. Jung’s group and moved to the Computer Science Department. She is also Finland’s coordinator of European Women in Mathematics.
Amorós’ research interests include algebraic number theory, isogeny-based cryptography, wireless communications security and machine learning applications. She likes combining different unrelated areas to come up with new ideas. “Number theory can be applied to security in wireless communications and to cryptography. Machine learning provides a new and exciting source to approach these areas from a different point of view”, she says
“In 2020, we started to obtain the first results using deep learning to improve wireless communications in specific cases. This was a first step to a more general project that we are currently working on”, tells Amorós. These first results can be found in a paper accepted in the IEEE ICASSP 2021 conference. In the same area, but with a more classical approach, a paper was accepted to appear in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory in 2021. Besides that Amorós finished a project on homomorphic encryption started at the Private AI Bootcamp offered by Microsoft Research in December 2019, which resulted in a publication  to appear in Protecting Privacy through Homomorphic Encryption by Springer. She also finished a paper on isogeny-based cryptography to be published in 2021. A paper  from her PhD thesis was published.
Publications in 2021:
 Laia Amorós. Images of Galois representations in mod p Hecke algebras. International Journal of Number Theory, published June 2021.
 Laia Amorós, Mikko Pitkänen.Learning optimal lattice codes for MIMO communications. ICASSP 2021 – 2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), June 2021
 Laia Amorós, Mohamed Taoufiq Damir, Alex Karrila, Oliver Gnilke, David Karpuk, Camilla Hollanti. Well-Rounded Lattices: Towards Optimal Coset Codes for Gaussian and Fading Wiretap Channels. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, published June 2021.
Dr. Jeremias Berg obtained his Master’s degree in Mathematics in 2014 and his PhD in Computer Science in 2018 from the University of Helsinki. His doctoral studies were supervised by Professor Matti Järvisalo. Berg’s doctoral research and thesis “Solving Optimization Problems via Maximum Satisfiability: Encodings and Re-Encodings“ received both national and international recognition in the form of awards from both the University of Helsinki and the Association for Constraint Programming. After graduating Dr. Berg undertook two research visits: to the University of Melbourne in 2018 and to the University of Toronto in 2019. Both visits were fruitful, resulting in publications and ongoing research collaboration. Currently, Berg is working as an HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow in the Constraint Reasoning and Optimisation group at the University of Helsinki. Berg is actively teaching at the university, for example, supervising Bachelor’s and Master’s theses. Berg also contributes to the University’s core duty of community relations, for example via his membership in the Young Academy Finland (Nuorten Tiedeakatemia). More information regarding Berg and his research can be found on his webpage jeremiasberg.com.
Berg’s research focuses on developing effective, general-purpose, tools for solving NP-hard optimization problems arising in data analysis, machine learning and AI. He is especially interested in logic-based declarative approaches. His doctoral research focused on the Boolean optimization paradigm of Maximum Satisfiability (MaxSAT). The research developed the theoretical and algorithmic understanding of MaxSAT. It also resulted in state-of-the-art MaxSAT-based solution methods to central data-analysis problems, including data visualisation, clustering and Bayesian network structure learning. Berg’s more recent research builds on his doctoral research. His recent interests include incomplete solving, i.e. developing algorithms for quickly computing good solutions to difficult optimisation problems. He is the primary developer of the state-of-the-art incomplete MaxSAT solver Loandra – one of the best performing solvers in the recent MaxSAT Evaluations. His research has also contributed to numerous other tools for solving NP-hard problems: including the CP solver solver Geas, the MaxSAT preprocessor MaxPre, and Triangulator, an implementation of the Bouchitté-Todinca Algorithm for solving various graph optimisation problems.
Berg’s recent research highlights include the 2021 Academy of Finland award for his project entitled “Next-Generation Trustworthy Constraint Optimisation.” His project was one of forty-four post-doctoral projects that received funding for 2021. More information about Berg’s Academy of Finland project can be here A complete list of Academy of Finland projects can be found here
Sample of publications in 2021:
 Niskanen, A, Berg, J & Järvisalo, M 2021, Enabling Incrementality in the Implicit Hitting Set Approach to MaxSAT under Changing Weights. in LD Michel (ed.), Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2021). pp. 44:1-44:19
 Ihalainen, HE, Berg, J & Järvisalo, M 2021, Refined Core Relaxation for Core-Guided MaxSAT Solving. in LD Michel (ed.), Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2021), pp. 28:1-28:19.
 Smirnov, P, Berg, J & Järvisalo, M 2021, Pseudo-Boolean Optimization by Implicit Hitting Sets. in LD Michel (ed.), 27th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2021), pp. 51:1-51:20
HIIT Research Fellow 1.11.2019-31.8.2022
Docent Antti Hyttinen obtained his Master’s degree in Information Technology in Tampere University (of Technology) in 2004 and his PhD in Computer Science in 2013 from the University of Helsinki. His doctoral studies were supervised by Docent Patrik Hoyer. Dr. Hyttinen did research at California Institute of Technology during 2014. Dr. Hyttinen has also obtained the competitive personal post-doc funding from the Academy of Finland (2016). Dr. Hyttinen received the title of Docent in February 2020. Currently, Dr. Hyttinen works as a HIIT Research Fellow in the Sums of Products research group, collaborating with several research groups at the department.
Hyttinen’s research focuses on causal inference and probabilistic graphical models. Dr. Hyttinen has developed theory and structure learning algorithms for several different types of probabilistic graphical models. Many of these are causal models that allow also for latent confounding and feedback. These methods build on many different kinds of techniques such as Branch and Bound, MIP, MaxSAT, ASP, and dynamic programming. In addition, Dr. Hyttinen has developed methods for causal effect identification, experiment selection and combining different types of data sources for the aforementioned tasks.
During 2021, Dr. Hyttinen published papers on particularly in causal effect identification and structure estimation. Dr. Hyttinen lectured the probabilistic graphical models course in the data science master program. He also participated in research and thesis supervision at Ph.D. and M.Sc. levels.
Sample of publications in 2021:
 K. Rantanen, A. Hyttinen, M. Järvisalo. Maximal Ancestral Graph Structure Learning via Exact Search. Proceedings of the 37th Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI), 2021.
 S. Tikka, A. Hyttinen, J. Karvanen. Causal Effect Identification from Multiple Incomplete Data Sources: A General Search-based Approach. Journal of Statistical Software, Articles, Volume 99, Issue 5, 2021.
 J. Karvanen, S. Tikka, A. Hyttinen. Do-search – a tool for causal inference and study design with multiple data sources. Epidemiology (journal), Volume 32, Issue 1, p. 111-119, 2021.
HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow 1.11.2021-31.12.2023
Dr. Xiaoli Liu received her PhD degree in mathematics from the University of Helsinki in December 2017. Her doctoral studies were supervised by Professor Mats Gyllenberg. After graduating she worked as a Postdoctoral researcher in the Biomimetics and Intelligent System Group (BISG) at the University of Oulu. She worked with Prof. Pan Hui’s group as a visiting scholar in 2019 and Polar Electro Oy with collaboration of University of Oulu in 2018. In November 2019, she joined the research group lead by Prof. Sasu Tarkoma in the Department of Computer Science at University of Helsinki as a Postdoctoral researcher. Dr. Xiaoli Liu currently works as a Postdoctoral fellow within Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (HIIT).
Dr. Xiaoli Liu’s research interests focus on distributed systems and edge intelligence, and her participated projects are related to IoT, federated learning, opportunistic learning, differential privacy, 5G and Augmented reality (AR). Dr. Xiaoli Liu has published 19 peer-reviewed journal and conference articles. She publishes papers in top venues, such as IEEE Internet Computing Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, and ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks.
Her recent research in 2021 contains providing solutions for scalable air quality monitoring by combing edge intelligence, 5G, and sensor calibration techniques ; utilizing context-aware AR together with 5G edge for path planning ; extending the previous Bayesian federated learning research work to have a model cluster instead of assuming a global model; opportunistic learning for air quality monitoring; and proving the feasibility of putting independent Component Analysis (ICA) under the distributed setting. Meanwhile, she also works for two survey papers: outdoor low-cost sensor and sensor calibration for air quality monitoring  and COVID-19 in Public Transportation: Transmission Risk, Mitigation and Prevention.
She is actively involved in funding application, workshop organizing, and teaching in 2021, for example, the participated project application “NSF joint call with the collaboration of Yale University” submitted in April 2021 has got the positive decision. She is the course advisor for bachelor thesis in the spring semester and co-teaching Advanced Course in Deep Learning (5cr) for in the autumn semester and she will be the main responsible teacher from 2022. Meanwhile, she serves as a board member of the Junior Faculty Club in University of Helsinki to provides support for PhD students and Postdoctoral researchers
Sample of publications in 2021:
 X. Su, X. Liu, N.H. Motlagh, J. Cao, P. Su, P. Pellikka, Y. Liu et al. “Intelligent and Scalable Air Quality Monitoring with 5G Edge.” IEEE Internet Computing 25, no. 2 (2021): 35-44.
 J. Cao, X. Liu, Xiang Su, Sasu Tarkoma, Pan Hui, “Context-Aware Augmented Reality with 5G Edge”, IEEE Global Communications Conference, Madrid, Spain, 7 -11 December 2021.
 C. Francesco, J. Mineraud, E. Lagerspetz, S. Varjonen, X. Liu, K. Puolamäki, P. Nurmi, and S. Tarkoma. “Low-cost outdoor air quality monitoring and sensor calibration: A survey and critical analysis.” ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN) 17, no. 2 (2021): 1-44.
 Z. S. Liu, G. Xiong, Z. B. Wei, Y. Zhang, M. Zheng, X. Liu, S. Tarkoma, M. Huang, Y. S. Lv, C. H. Wu. “Trip Purposes Mining From Mobile Signaling Data.” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2021).
HIIT Research Fellow 1.1.2021-31.7.2025
Alan Medlar is a member of the Exploratory Search and Personalization (ESP) research group lead by Prof. Dorota Głowacka. Alan has undergraduate degrees in Computer Science from University College London (UCL), UK and in 2012 was awarded a PhD in Bioinformatics and Genetics from UCL Medical School. After arriving in Finland, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in Dr Ari Löytynoja’s Evolutionary Sequence Analysis group and in Prof. Liisa Holm’s Bioinformatics group. In 2019, he moved to the Department of Computer Science where he is currently a university researcher and HIIT research fellow.
Alan’s research interests are related to information seeking, interactive systems and user experience. In particular, he is interested in how we can support users performing challenging search tasks, such as exploratory search, and how to model users’ subjective preferences as they relate to interactive systems, such as AI-based systems and video games.
Alan’s recent research in 2021 included work on novel interfaces for exploratory scientific literature search , using Gaussian Process bandits to model user search intents over GANs , and using permutation-based statistics to make inferences about semantic shift robust to noise .
Sample of publications in 2021:
 A. Medlar, J. Li, D. Głowacka. Query Suggestions as Summarization in Exploratory Search. Proceedings of the 2021 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR) 2021.
 I. Kropotov, A. Medlar, D. Głowacka. Exploratory Search of GANs with Contextual Bandits. Proceedings of the 30th ACM International Conference on Information & Knowledge Management (CIKM) 2021.
 Y. Liu, A. Medlar, D. Głowacka. Statistically Significant Detection of Semantic Shifts using Contextual Word Embeddings. Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Evaluation and Comparison of NLP Systems (Eval4NLP) 2021.
HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow 3.7.2021-31.3.2022
Leysan’s formal education was a transition from industrial engineering to computer science and later human-computer interaction. She obtained a Master’s degree in Automation and Control systems engineering from Kazan National Technological University, Russia and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Trento, Italy. During her doctoral studies at the University of Trento, she focused on human factors in digital health systems. In 2019, she obtained a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Trento. Afterwards, she joined the Health Technology Design group at Trinity College Dublin as an ALECS Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow. In July 2021, she moved to Finland to join Prof. Lindqvist’s Usable Security and Privacy research group as a postdoc at the Computer Science Department at Aalto University.
Leysan’s research is grounded in the discipline of Human Factors with a specific interest in user-centred design and usable security and privacy of socio-technical systems. She explores the challenges and opportunities of designing secure user-centred information systems that respect users’ privacy: from information design and technological support of work practices in place to interaction design and user experience. Her work aims to understand how to achieve a better fit between various stakeholders, organisational context, and technology within the healthcare context and beyond. She mostly employs mixed-method user studies with a focus on qualitative approaches.
Leysan is an action researcher, and since her Master’s, she has been collaborating with software companies such as NearForm, SilverCloud Health, and CBA Group.
Sample of publications in 2021:
 L. Nurgalieva, S. Ryan, G. Doherty. Riku Laine, Antti Hyttinen, Michael Mathioudakis. Attitudes towards COVID-19 contact tracing apps: a cross-national survey. IEEE Access, 2021.
HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow 1.5.2021-30.4.2024
Dr. Taneli Pusa obtained his Master’s degree in Applied Mathmatics from the University of Helsinki in 2015 and his PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of Lyon in 2019. During his PhD he was co-supervised by Marie-France Sagot and Alberto Marchetti-Spaccamela. He completed a postdoc at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg in 2020. He joined Juho Rousu’s Kernel Methods, Pattern Analysis and Computational Biology (KEPACO) group in May 2021 as a postdoctoral fellow.
Taneli’s research interests focus on the combination of mathematics, computer science, and biology. In his research on metabolic networks, he focuses on their integration with ‘omics data. Currently, he is collaborating with the Suomalainen-Wartiovaara lab at the University of Helsinki which studies different health related factors and their possible influence metabolism. Concurrently, Taneli contributes to the COBREXA software project which is a toolbox for next-generation metabolic modelling.
Sample of publications in 2021:
 Mariana Ferrarini, Avantika Lal, Rita Rebollo, Andreas Gruber, Andrea Guarracino, Itziar Martinez Gonzalez, Taylor Floyd, Daniel Siqueira de Oliveira, Justin Shanklin, Ethan Beausoleil, Taneli Pusa, Brett Pickett, Vanessa Aguiar-Pulido, Genome-wide bioinformatic analyses predict key host and viral factors in SARS-CoV-2 pathogenesis, Communications biology, 2021
 Miroslav Kratochvíl, Laurent Heirendt, St Elmo Wilken, Taneli Pusa, Sylvain Arreckx, Alberto Noronha, Marvin van Aalst, Venkata P Satagopam, Oliver Ebenhöh, Reinhard Schneider, Christophe Trefois, Wei Gu, COBREXA.jl: constraint-based reconstruction and exascale analysis, Bioinformatics, 2021
HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow 1.1.2020-31.12.2021
Ashwin Rao obtained his master’s degree in Information Technology in 2009 from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and his PhD in Informatique (Computer Science) in 2013 (thesis defended in 2013 at Inria and certificate awarded in 2015) from University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France. His doctoral studies were supervised by Professor Walid Dabbous and Professor Arnaud Legout. After graduating he arrived in Finland in July 2014 and has been a post-doctoral researcher since. He received the title of Docent from the University of Helsinki in September 2020.
He is actively teaching at the university, for example, co-supervising Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD theses. As of April 2021, he has co-supervised 1 PhD student, 10 Masters Students, and co-hosted research visits of 2 PhD students. More information about his research activities can be found on his webpage.
His research interests are in the area of distributed systems and networking, and his projects have touched mobile networks, video streaming, peer-to-peer communication, wireless networks, privacy and security issues, and recently operating system architectures. His research works are heavily systems-oriented, and they involve building systems for conducting large-scale measurement studies, analyzing the results, and addressing the issues identiﬁed.
His current research is along the following two interrelated threads.
1. Parallelism for high-performance computing. This work focuses on building an operating system which can be leveraged for I/O-intensive parallel tasks. It is motivated by the fact that the OS kernel needs to be bypassed for I/O operations because CPU speeds have stagnated while I/O speeds are increasing.
2. Multi-connectivity. Our devices use static rules for selecting the communication interface to use, and this work is focused on addressing this shortcoming and enabling the devices to coordinate with the network controllers managing the network functions in the network.
He received the title of Docent in September 2020. He helped organize two webinars on Edge Intelligence which had an audience of more than 50 people. He co-authored two research proposals, a) IDEA-MILL that received a 3-year funding from the Academy of Finland with Prof. Sasu Tarkoma, and b) Lean6G that received a 3 year funding with Prof. Sasu Tarkoma and Prof. Leandros (Yale University). In 2021, he also taught one Masters level courses: Networked Systems and Services (5 cr) and 1 student submitted a PhD thesis under his co-supervision.
Sample of publications in 2021:
 M. A. Hoque, A. Rao, and S. Tarkoma. Network and Application Performance Measurement Challenges on Android Devices. in SIGMETRICS Perform. Eval. Rev. 48, 3, pp. 6–11, 2021.
 M. Pozza, A. Rao, D. F. Lugones and S. Tarkoma, FlexState: Flexible State Management of Network Functions, in IEEE Access, vol. 9, pp. 46837-46850, 2021.
 S. Hätönen, A. Rao and S. Tarkoma, Programmable Session Layer MULTI-Connectivity, in IEEE Access, vol. 10, pp. 5736-5752, 2022.
HIIT Research Fellow 1.12.2020-31.12.2021
Dr Joanna Slawinska is a HIIT Research Fellow at the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki, since December 2020. She has a masters degree in physics with a focus on asteroseismology (graduated in 2005) and also PhD in computational geophysics (graduated in 2011) from University of Warsaw, and postdoctoral research training in applied mathematics from Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University .
Joanna Slawinska has extensive expertise on data-driven methods for dynamical systems, and their applications to various fields of physics, such as extraction and predictions of spatiotemporal patterns in turbulent flows. Current and future interests include AI approaches to complex systems, in particular probabilistic and Bayesian methods that are relevant to understand further and improve predictability of high-dimensional time-resolved datasets, such as temporal networks, causality, or game theory.
Joanna Slawinska joined University of Helsinki in December 2020. Since then, she has started collaborating on a number of projects, including collaborations with INAR and also Aalto University. She is also interested in expanding her expertise and training by working with experts from the Department of Computer Science/FCAI, with special focus on Bayesian and probabilistic methods such as temporal networks, causality and game theory.
Prior to that, Joanna Slawinska has worked on a number of projects during 2020, including schemes for probabilistic predictions such as with quantum compiler for dynamical systems. A draft  is currently under preparation for submission. Another two projects that got completed and published in 2020 concern nonparameteric prediction of tropical dynamics  and also novel decomposition and spatiotemporal pattern extraction in computational neuroscience .
Sample of publications in 2020:
 Dimitrios Giannakis, Abbas Ourmazd, Joanna Slawinska, Joerg Schumacher. Quantum compiler for classical dynamical systems. Arxiv preprint, 2020.
 Natasza Marrouch, Joanna Slawinska, Dimitrios Giannakis, Heather L. Read. Data-driven Koopman operator approach for computational neuroscience. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 88, pp. 1155–1173, 2020.
 Xinyang Wang, Joanna Slawinska, and Dimitrios Giannakis. Extended-range statistical ENSO prediction through operator-theoretic techniques for nonlinear dynamics. Scientific Reports, 10:2636, 2020.
HIIT Postdoctoral Fellow 1.7.2020-30.6.2021
Dr. Nitin Williams completed his Ph.D. from University of Reading, UK, in 2011, on developing novel signal processing methods to analyse human neuroscience data. He continued this line of research during his first post-doctoral period under Prof. Richard Henson at MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge, UK. This period resulted in several important publications, e.g. in Nature Communications, Brain, Human Brain Mapping, from his involvement on the large Cam-CAN project*. The cross-cutting theme of his work is on developing novel computational methods and models to analyze human Neuroscience data. He has several publications in this field (h-index=14, citations=1048), and has published in prestigious avenues including Nature Communications, Brain and Human Brain Mapping.
Nitin is currently funded by HIIT, working with Prof. Samuel Kaski at the Department of Computer Science, Aalto University, Finland. His project is on using Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC) methods to estimate parameters of biologically plausible models of human neuroscience data. Current methods to analyse human neuroscience use abstract statistical models, hence do not furnish information about biological mechanisms producing these data. During his exciting project with Prof. Samuel Kaski and Dr. Matias Palva, Nitin will 1) build biologically plausible models of human neuroscience data, and 2) employ advanced Bayesian methods to fit these biologically plausible models to experimental human Neuroscience data. Models and methods from the project will advance Cognitive Neuroscience, by providing researchers with tools to gain insight into mechanisms underpinning their data.
Dr. Williams’ work in 2021 culminated in a novel, biologically plausible model of experimentally observed human Neuroscience data  (press release: https://www.hiit.fi/brain-model/). He also presented this work as a poster at AI Day 2021. Further, Dr. Williams’ Docentship was approved by the Faculty of Science, Helsinki University, Finland. Finally, he accepted to be Associate Editor of the journal Network: Computation in Neural Systems, and was actively involved in supervising two B.Sc. theses.
Publications in 2021:
 Williams N, Toselli B, Siebenhühner F, Palva S, Arnulfo G, Kaski S*, Palva M* (2021) “Biophysical network models of phase-synchronization in MEG resting-state” bioRxiv 2021.08.04.455014
 Williams N, Wang S, Arnulfo G, Nobili L, Palva S, Palva M (2021) “Modules in connectomes of phase-synchronization comprise anatomically contiguous, functionally related regions” bioRxiv 2021.06.24.449415
 Elumalai P, Yadav Y, Williams N, Saucan E, Jost J, Samal A (2021) “Graph Ricci curvatures reveal atypical functional connectivity in Autism Spectrum Disorder” bioRxiv 2021.11.28.470231
*Cam-CAN author list: Lorraine K. Tyler, Carol Brayne, Edward T. Bullmore, Andrew C. Calder, Rhodri Cusack, Tim Dalgleish, John Duncan, Richard N. Henson, Fiona E. Matthews, William D. Marslen-Wilson, James B. Rowe, Meredith A. Shafto, Karen Campbell, Teresa Cheung, Simon Davis, Linda Geerligs, Rogier Kievit, Anna McCarrey, Abdur Mustafa, Darren Price, David Samu, Jason R. Taylor, Matthias Treder, Kamen Tsvetanov, Janna van Belle, Nitin Williams, Lauren Bates, Tina Emery, Sharon Erzinlioglu, Andrew Gadie, Soﬁa Gerbase, Stanimira Georgieva, Claire Hanley, Beth Parkin, David Troy, Tibor Auer, Marta Correia, Lu Gao, Emma Green, Rafael Henriques, Jodie Allen, Gillian Amery, Liana Amunts, Anne Barcroft, Amanda Castle, Cheryl Dias, Jonathan Dowrick, Melissa Fair, Hayley Fisher, Anna Goulding, Adarsh Grewal, Geoﬀ Hale, Andrew Hilton, Frances Johnson, Patricia Johnston, Thea Kavanagh-Williamson, Magdalena Kwasniewska, Alison McMinn, Kim Norman, Jessica Penrose, Fiona Roby, Diane Rowland, John Sargeant, Maggie Squire, Beth Stevens, Aldabra Stoddart, Cheryl Stone, Tracy Thompson, Ozlem Yazlik, Dan Barnes, Marie Dixon, Jaya Hillman, Joanne Mitchell, Laura Villis.