Who changed?

Since fall 2016, I'm a regular contributor to the magazine Yliopisto-lehti. I write columns, based on my experiences as a professional, an expat, and even simply as myself. Articles are translated and published in Finnish, but I'll be publishing a translation of my pieces in English here on my blog.  Who changed? (originally published on […]

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Being a working mother in Italy? My open letter to Ministry Valeria Fedeli

This morning the Italian national newspapers showed big letter titles about the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research Valeria Fedeli supporting the current law which forces adults to go and pick up children from school until they are 14 years old. You heard me, 13 year old kids cannot walk home by themselves. Before commenting on the matter, […]

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More than a mother

Here I am, barely two months into my second parental leave and I already miss going to work. Don't get me wrong, I am enjoying my time home with the kids, and I put all of myself into learning how to hide veggies into smoothies and teaching handcrafts to toddlers. However, I feel a large part of […]

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Graduated, at last

Last month I was blessed with several great news about my professional development, one of which being that my Licentiate Thesis was finally graded and approved. Now I finally have a Licence in Applied Mathematics from the University of Helsinki! The main scope of the thesis is to collect all known results about transmission eigenvalues […]

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Ch- ch- changes!

I have been neglecting my blog lately as some major changes happened in my life. About three weeks ago I said goodbye to academia and started working at RELEX Solutions, a growing Finnish (& international) software company which offers automatized solutions for managing the supply chain processes. Leaving academia - after about 10 years, studying […]

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