Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
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Kimmo Kaski is Dean and Professor of Computational Science and Engineering at the Aalto University School of Science and Supernumerary Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford University.
Kimmo's research interests range from various subfields of computational science, such as condensed matter physics, information technology, and systems biology, to complexity and network science, with a current focus on large-scale social networks and dynamics therein.
As an example of the latter, Kimmo is the coordinator of the EU’s Framework 7 Future Emerging Technology project 'ICTeCollective – Harnessing the ICT-enabled Collective Social Behavior' with participants from Aalto University (Finland), Oxford University (UK), the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), the Institute for Scientific Interchange (Italy), and the University of Warsaw (Poland).
Kimmo is a fellow of the American Physical Society, a fellow (chartered physicist) of the Institute of Physics, a fellow of Academia Europeae, a fellow of the Finnish Academies of Technology, and a fellow of the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters.
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