Last Tuesday, at safe distance, SuALT (FindSampo) team members past and present from the University of Helsinki, Aalto University and the Finnish Heritage Agency were able to get together for an in-person celebration of the project, hosted in the pavilion on the grounds of the National Museum of Finland.
We were treated also to an excellent guided tour of the new Toista maata (Otherland) exhibition in the National Museum.
The funding from the Academy of Finland concludes at the end of August, and although the project is wrapping up there are still some articles in preparation to come, as well as some updates to the FindSampo portal due soon. The project has spawned yet more projects, not least the DeepFIN Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships programme project led by Dr Eljas Oksanen.
Several more project ideas are in application phase, also at the international level, so expect more to come in the future!