two running computer scientists originally from Finland. After living years in the USA and Singapore we have now settled in Grenoble, in Rhône-Alpes region, South-Eastern France. On our free time we move around on or with our feet, mostly running long distances, but also hiking and bicycling. For our work we try to figure out things.
Tei is a computer scientist and cognitive scientist Ph.D. by training and has 20 years of experience in programming (C, Java, Matlab, Scheme, bash scripting) and computational modeling of cognition, and more recently also in experimental design and survey/questionnaire creation for studies in social psychology. She has worked in a international and multi-disciplinary research projects in the US, Europe, and Asia both in academic and governmental research institutes (University of Helsinki, Indiana University, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, A*Star Institute of High Performance Computing) with computer scientists, psychologists, political scientists, economists, anthropologists, and geographers in projects ranging from agent-based modeling of land-use decision making to computational social cognition. Her main interest is in human decision making and risk-taking, particularly in deception.
Tomi is a computer scientist specializing in machine learning and probabilistic modeling.