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Antti Koistinen

Consultant, M.Sc. (Tech.)

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+358 40 182 2489

Antti currently serves as a Consultant at Spinverse. Antti is focused on building single- and multiparty innovation projects in the fields of bio- and circular economy and renewable materials.

At Spinverse, Antti is involved in helping companies to commercialise their innovations by preparing R&D projects, finding partners, and writing applications for public funding. Since joining Spinverse in 2015, Antti has become well-versed in a multitude of public funding instruments from European Commission’s Horizon 2020 and Business Finland.

Previously Antti has contributed in the sales and marketing communication activities of Spinverse. Antti has assisted in arranging Spinverse’s technology events such as the CTO-Forum and the EuroNanoForum 2017 conference, held in Valletta, Malta.

Antti holds a M.Sc. (Tech) degree in Fibre Products Technology from Aalto University from the degree programme of Bioproduct Technology. Prior to joining Spinverse, he performed research on biocomposites materials of high-temperature thermomechanical pulp and polylactic acid.

In his free time, Antti relaxes by performing and listening to music: Antti sings in the prestigious 1900-founded The Polytech Choir, plays a multitude of instruments, and builds his collection of vinyl records.

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Pan-European consortium brings supercomputer service to Finland

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ICT & Security

Global cybersecurity solutions from Finland

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Bioeconomy & Renewables

New hybrid biorefinery processes to integrate upstream and downstream technologies

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