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I have recently finished my studies at University of Jyväskylä (MSc, Econ.). With information system sciences as my major, I have strong interest in human-computer interaction, usability evaluation and user experience, their relation to technology acceptance, and how this can be used to maximize efficiency and further technological progress in an organization. Working with people and understanding the way human cognition works when using technology is what motivates me. Human interaction is one of my strongest competencies and I always want to make myself understood, which is especially important when operating in multicultural environments.
Information systems science as my major. In my bachelor and master's thesis I focused on human-computer interaction from the viewpoints of usability and user experience.
I did a traineeship in integration services. My main tasks included retrieving configuration data from customer's servers in a migration project and using that information to conduct SQL-inserts, create&deploy downloaders and mount servers. The main tools used were Excel and IBM Integration Bus in Windows 10 and AIX environments.
Kylylahti mine was acquired by Boliden AB. I have continued to translate documents for them when needed.
Conducting inventories of inflight purchases and preparing sales trolleys for upcoming flights. I did this also during the summer months of 2012 and 2013.
Translating documents from Finnish to English
Translating mining related documents from Finnish to English and vice versa when needed.
Kangas Service Jam was a service design hackathon where forty people created one hundred ideas in 48 hours, equal to over one thousand man-hours of work, for improving the new Jyväskylä Kangas smart city area. Our team's focus was in helping the elderly to maintain their capability of living independently with the help of ICT.
A certificate granted by the University of Jyväskylä to highlight my intercultural competence and internationalization skills. To acquire this certification, one must
-Be able to to understand and respect cultural and linguistic diversity
-Recognise and understand major issues and phenomena in the areas of intercultural communication, multiculturalism and multilingualism
-Be able to analyse from a cultural perspective one's own communication, emotional and cognitive reactions, and behaviour
-Have gained communicative competence in at least two foreign languages and be able to adapt to multilingual groups by taking into account the group's members and their backgrounds