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Two new Post docs in LETStudio

News: Feb 11, 2014

Todd Nicewonger and Sanna Rimpiläinen are new Post docs within LETStudio 1.

Todd Nicewonger is a Postdoctoral Fellow in LETStudio 1. His work focuses on the acquisition of design practices in educational settings. During his time at LETStudio he will be working on a number of articles and a book manuscript that seeks to situate the creative practices of avant-garde fashion designers in wider debates about technological innovation. He is also collaborating with Jonas Ivarsson on a number of writing projects that examine how theory and practice are taken up among architectural researchers.

Sanna Rimpiläinen was appointed in October 2013 as a post-doctoral research fellow at LETStudio. She is associated with Studio 1 working in an interdisciplinary research project involving researchers in education and radiologists and radiophysicists from Sahlgrenska university hospital and Sahlgrenska academy at University of Gothenburg. The project follows the adoption of a new imaging technology, tomosynthesis, focusing specifically on the development of a standard for diagnosing cystic fibrosis using the new technology. Sanna gained her doctorate in 2012 from the University of Stirling, in Scotland, where she studied the practices of interdisciplinary research and technology development work, and the emergence of a new piece of software through and as part of these practices. Prior to embarking on the post-doc position Sanna was, among other things, involved in a pilot project studying the use of simulation mannequins as part of interprofessional medical education at the University of Linköping, and a project exploring the Futures of Digital Working in Scotland at the University of Dundee. Her research interests include interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration, educational technologies, higher education, science and technology studies (STS) and socio-material research approaches, such as actor-network theory.

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