Balancing work and family can be stressful, but balancing an academic career and family can be even worse. A lot of travelling to present your own work and network to find new collaborators and ideas, visiting periods abroad and social events undermine the fundamental component of family life management: routine. I am a young researcher […]
Month: September 2015
Live from Münster: summer school on inverse problems 2015
I have been visiting the lovely German town of Münster in the past two weeks and in the last few days I have been attending a summer school on inverse problems here. Even though knowing the family was struggling at home to keep up the routine has been worrying me, I must say I enjoyed these days here, both […]
Tweeting for Real Scientists: aftermath.
My week as curator of the Twitter channel @realscientists has just ended. It was refreshing and a lot of fun. I had the chance to review my own work from a fresh perspective and to check out old problems I didn't read about for a while. For those who don't know what Real Scientists is, I […]
Exciting news: profile article and tweeting for Real Scientists
This week I got a couple of good news that I feel the need to share. A profile article on me was published on the latest issue of Yliopisto-lehti, the university magazine. You can find it at this link; unfortunately it's in Finnish! Anyway, I was interview regarding my research, my extracurricular activities - such as […]