My research is focused on interpersonal social interaction, entrainment and synchronisation. I am studying in vivo interaction in dyads and in groups. I’m involved with the Brain2Brain project at BRU, developing two-person neuroscience.
Music cognition, musical interaction and music & movement are of my special interest. Before coming to Aalto, I was a university teacher at the Music Department of the University of Jyväskylä, where I taught a number of courses from research methodology to cognitive musicology, and did research at the Finnish Centre of Excellence in Interdisciplinary Music Research.
Below you can access my relatively up-to-date CV, as well as teaching and research portfolios, which are somewhat outdated, as they are only updated sporadically.
This blog is a channel for both research and teaching output. Comments are very welcome!