Professor Lorenza Mondada
Professor Lorenza Mondada is widely recognized as one of the most prominent researchers of multimodality in Europe, USA and Japan. She has worked extensively in European universities, has directed numerous externally funded projects, and has a wide record of publications.
Post-doctoral researcher (2015–2017)
Kimmo Svinhufvud received his PhD in Finnish language in 2013 from the University of Helsinki. Besides service encounters, he is doing research on various supervision and counselling settings. He is particularly interested in the use of writing and material objects in interaction.
Doctoral researcher (2016–2017)
Katariina Harjunpää is currently finalizing her doctoral research on bilingual mediating in conversations between Finnish and Brazilian Portuguese speakers. In the project, she continues to investigate multimodal forms of participation in social interaction.
Post-doctoral researcher (2015)
Teppo Jakonen obtained his PhD in Applied Linguistics in 2014 from the University of Jyväskylä. His previous research has focused on students’ practices of requesting in bilingual classroom interaction. In the project, he will continue to investigate issues related to participation and competence in educational settings from an embodied perspective.
Photos: Sasa Tkalcan