Work group set to re-evaluate publicity law Finnish government has set a working group to evaluate publicity law (2021-2023). Associate Prof. Leo Lahti has been nominated in this work group as the representative of Open Knowledge Finland ry.
Finnish Cultural Foundation decisions Finnish Cultural Foundation awarded a postdoctoral stipend for Matti Ruuskanen for work on modeling spatial patterns in human microbiome, and a PhD stipend for Iiro Tiihonen for modeling knowledge production in early modern era. Congratulations!
New people Oct 1, 2020: Tuomas Borman started as a research assistant, welcome! Aug 18, 2020: Pyry Kantanen joined the rOpenGov developer team, welcome! July 20, 2020: Tim Garrels joins our team through the Baltic Science Network Mobility Programme for Research (BARI) Internship June 1, 2020 Guilhem Sommeria-Klein joins the team! Funding Sep 1, 2020 Academy of Finland consortium Eco-evolutionary mechanisms underlying critical transitions in microbial communities now launched!
Dec 23, 2019 Leo Lahti joined as arXiv moderator (applied statistics) Dec 16-20, 2019 Statistical research in microbiome research workshop in Pune, India Dec 7, 2019 Research talk in Savitribai Pule Pune University by Leo Lahti on microbiome bioinformatics. Nov 29, 2019 Ville Laitinen received the best presentation award in Turku Computational Life Science annual seminar! Nov 29, 2019 Moein Khalighi received a PhD study position in Turku. Congratulations! Nov 26, 2019 Integrating open science in the humanities - the case of computational history
12 December Published A Quantitative Approach to Book-Printing in Sweden and Finland, 1640–1828 12 December Significantly improved CRAN release for the pxweb R package. Automated access to data from dozens of statistical authorities globally. 11 December Leo Lahti nominated to Digital Humanities advisory board by National Library of Finland 6 December Presentation on microbiome data science at European Bioconductor Meeting 2018 in Munich (Slides (PDF)). 5 December Best oral poster for Anna Aatsinki in Turku Computational Life Science meeting.