Kati Kallio

Kati Kallio is a researcher at the Finnish Literature Society. She is a folklorist interested in historical oral traditions, local genres, performance, and intertextuality, and specialised in Finnic oral poetry called runo-song or Kalevalaic poetry.



Eetu Mäkelä is a tenure-track professor in Human Sciences – Computing Interaction at the University of Helsinki. At the Hel­sinki Centre for Di­gital Hu­man­it­ies, he leads a research track that develops computational tools to support humanities and social science research based on complex unstructured and structured data.



Maciej Janicki is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Digital Humanities, University of Helsinki. He recently obtained his PhD in computer science from the University of Leipzig, Germany and his background is in language technology.




Antti Kanner is a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Digital Humanities at the University of Helsinki, and a linguist with a Finnish language background. He has studied computational models of lexical semantics and is currently expanding his interested in pragmatics and modal grammar.




Jukka Saarinen is a head of collections at the archives of the Finnish Literature Society. He is specialised in Finnic oral poetry, with doctoral dissertation on the most famous Karelian singer Arhippa Perttunen.

Mari Sarv is a senior researcher at the Estonian Folklore Archives (in Estonian Literary Museum). Her main subject of study is older Estonian folksong (regilaul).

Pihla Toivanen