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Box 1000, FI‐02044 VTT, Finland. +358 29 539 4136, Observation Services Find 314 researchers and browse 7 departments, publications, full-texts, contact details and general information related to Finnish Meteorological Institute | Helsinki, Finland | FMI, together with UH, GERICS, MetNo, DMI, OMSZ, ABHL and CSC Finland, will develop a framework for Quality Assurance for Multi-model climate projections (at global and regional level) (Project Coordinator), EU-C3S CLIM4ENERGY (2016–2018) Energy mix transitioning for European systems, FMI focuses on e.g., soil frost and carrying capacity of soils on seasonal scale to advance timely harvesting and biomass production (PI), ELASTINEN (2015–2016) Proactive management of short term risks related to weather, economy and climate (Project Coordinator), EU ERA4CS (2015–2020) Institutional Integration of European Climate Services (Coordinator of FMI involvement, ERA4CS in-kind management board member), EU FP7 project RAIN (2014–2016) Risk Analysis of Infrastructure Networks in response to extreme weather) with focus on e.g., severe Baltic Sea ice conditions (Project Coordinator at FMI), EU FP7 project CORE-CLIMAX (2013–2015) Coordinating Earth observation data validation for RE-analysis for CLIMAte ServiceS) (PI), Extreme weather risks to nuclear power plant safety in Oulu (2013) (Project Manager), Climate change impact on Baltic Sea ice cover until 2100 (2013–2014) (Project Manager), EXWE SAFIR2014 (2012–2013) focus on assessing the risks of the theoretically possible extreme weather events in Finland (Project Manager), SEASON (2012–2013) Operationally produced tailor made sea ice outlooks (30-180 day long) for the Baltic Sea region and Helsinki city daily temperature for Helsinki Energy (Project Manager), Extreme weather events and impacts to critical infrastructure in Finland (2012–2013) lead by GAIA Consulting (Project Manager at FMI), EAKR-ILKKA (2012–2014) Urban heat island effect – modelling climate variation and climate change impacts in coastal and inland cities (Project Manager at FMI), ADAPT (2012–2016) (funded by Academy of Finland) assessing the spatially and temporally varying risks of critical weather events on boreal forests and forest management (Co-PI at FMI), Soil frost depths of snow-free ground under climate change (2011) (Project Manager), 2017: Adjunct professor, in the field of meteorology and risk management especially as regards impacts to forests, University of Eastern Finland, 2015: Advanced Management Education Program (graduated 12.2.2015 Aalto JOKO88), 2013: PhD (Forest sciences), University of Eastern Finland (UEF), Faculty of Science and Forestry, 2013: Special vocational degree (Product development and innovative leadership), RASTOR, 1999: M.Sc.