Building key enablers for a Digital Smart City
Smart cities need digital service infrastructure to improve safety, energy efficiency, air quality, effectivity of transportation and quality of living. However, the capacity of mobile ne...
Eeva is an experienced creator and leader of large scale multi-party R&D&I projects, with solid track record in Horizon 2020 proposal writing. Expert in nano- and microtechnologies, Eeva has hands on experience in e.g. industrial R&D, innovation policies and research. Eeva joined Spinverse in January 2014, focusing currently on services for smart systems, electronics and materials related industries.
Prior to working with Spinverse, Eeva was the business director of the Finnish national nanotechnology cluster programme, promoting the Finnish nanotech SMEs to the potential end users (2011-13), and led the nanotechnology centre of expertise of Helsinki region (2007-10). The professional highlights include e.g. Nano High Level Group of the European Commission, introducing Finnish nanotechnologies to the presidents of Croatia and Portugal, and hosting the Nanotech Finland stand for the prime ministers of Finland, Russia and France.
In 1999-2007 Eeva worked at Okmetic Oyj, a Finnish silicon wafer manufacturer. At Okmetic, she e.g. developed and commercialized new silicon wafers for MEMS, providing also technology support for selected European and Asian key customers.
Eeva’s doctoral thesis in 1999 from Helsinki University of Technology – nowadays known as Aalto University – summarized the research on electrochemical behaviour of conductive polymers. Eeva has published e.g. 5 peer reviewed articles in international scientific journals, articles on webpages, magazines and books. She has also given tens of invited lectures in international events and chaired numerous seminars, sessions and panels.
During her free time she enjoys time with her family in Turku archipelago.