Here an updated the list of speakers on the joint NODA and Tutki! conferences of 2016. The conference programme can be found here.
Media consultant, trainer, speaker and writer at DataDrivenJournalism.net, City University London, Birmingham City University and Onlinejournalismblog.
Bastian works as reporter for the investigative unit of the Munich-based Süddeutsche Zeitung. Obermayer, who is also an author, was the first person contacted by the anonymous source who leaked the Panama Papers, documents from Mossack Fonseca. He is also a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
Editor for the Data Projects team at the Guardian.
Security expert used by many publishing companies who has been previously working as a police. Employed today by the Swedish public service broadcasting company SVT.
Schurmann has solved difficult situations around the world where journalists have been under threat.
Dutch born Henk van Ess, Social Media & Internet Intelligence lecturer in Amsterdam, is obsessed with finding news in data. He has worked together with many media houses in finding news scoops. He rarely speaks at public conferences, so this is your chance to find out his best tricks in internet research.
Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (occrp.org). Investigative reporter, Sarajevo.
Regional editor for OCCRP focusing on Central Asia, Balkans and Caucasus. Mirandas work includes exposing telecom bribes involving TeliaSonera in Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan. Winner of the Global Shining Light Award. She is much in demand worldwide for training journalists in how to track people and companies, uncover corruption and money laundring.
Data Editor at Google, California. Formerly @Twitter, San Francisco. Data journalist, writer, speaker and author of 'Facts are Sacred', published by Faber and Faber. Wrote and researched Infographics Animals and the Human Body. Created and edited the Guardian Datablog.
Data experience designer at TULP interactive who creates data visualizations.
Data journalist based in Sweden who runs Journalism++ Stockholm. Helps newsrooms and communication agencies work with data with tools such as D3, R and Django.
Founder and project leader of the Ahmia search engine project. He is the CEO of data mining and security company Dignify, a security researcher, and has been involved in numerous projects funded by both the commercial and government spheres. Juha is also a noted lecturer and public speaker. Juha's work on Ahmia has been in part sponsored by the Google Summer of Code.
Head of development, data & interactives at Helsingin Sanomat, also a maker of twitterbots and a novelist.
Susanna is a experienced legal reporter at Helsingin Sanomat. She has been awarded the Lumilapio-prize for investigative journalism
and the Journalist of the Year award by Bonnier.
University Researcher at University of Helsinki, Centre for Research Methods, Faculty of Social Sciences with expertise in quantitative social research, statistics and public health. WORK
Reeta Pöyhtäri is UNESCO’s Expert for Journalists’ Safety Indicators and Katja Frostell is from UNESCO Institute for Statistics, Data Outreach, Advocacy and Publishing.
Search research scientist at Google. Learning how people think about information seeking. What DO people do to find out something? (And then what do they do about it?) Also: Teaching people how to do this more effectively.
Studies and teaches computational and data journalism with an emphasis on algorithmic accountability, data visualization, and social computing. Diakopoulos received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech where he co-founded the program in Computational Journalism.
Digital communications consultant working with open data and global partnerships through her own company Openhearted AB. Pernilla have worked for the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), the World Bank Group, the United Nations, and a number of civil society organisations with open data, social media and web strategies.
Manager for Open Innovation at Vinnova - Sweden’s innovation agency. The programme provides support in the areas of Open data, Challenge prizes and Makers. Portal maintainer of oppnadata.se and national expert in the Working Group on the pan-EU Open Data portal.
Steve has over 10 years experience making sense of data across the TV, gaming and media industry. He is currently focused on helping publishers make better, quicker decisions from the newsroom up by harnessing data. Steve is Head of Innovation at EzyInsights.
Einar works for Schibsteds subscription based media houses in Norway. His main responsibility is editorial cooperation and common editorial units. He is also engaged in media politics on Schibsted’s behalf and communication.
Online journalism producer at Yle (Finnish broadcasting company), news and current affairs. Data journalism, interactives and web feature stories. Also responsible for special web features about elections.
Data journalist and project lead at Yle, The Finnish Broadcasting Company.
Data journalist at Plus team, Finnish broadcasting company YLE.
Strategic partnerships manager and R&D lead at Helsingin Sanomat. Vesa is in the search of partners, operating models and technologies to increase efficiency in news services.
Johanna is a journalist and author. She is founder of Long Play, publisher of investigative long-form journalism. She also runs Hacks/Hackers Helsinki and specialises in digital tools for verification of online content. She has written a book about the future of journalism.
Marjaana is a former media executive, currently working as a senior advisor for institutions and corporations on foresight scenarios and new business concept development. Previously Marjaana operated as an editor in chief of life style magazines and launched pioneering media brands for women as a CEO for Bonnier Publications. She connects to media industry development in as a director of a board in a foundation for journalism research and a media startup.
... as well as speakers presented in Finnish here.