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Postdoctoral Researcher in Applied Inverse Problems and Numerical Analysis

Application closes on

15.3.2022

Unit

School of Science

Job category

Other teaching and research personnel

Aalto University is a community of bold thinkers where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future. Aalto has six schools with nearly 12 000 students and a staff of more than 4000, of which 400 are professors. Our main campus is located in Espoo, Finland. We work to ensure our community’s inclusiveness and warmly encourage qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply for positions.

Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis (http://math.aalto.fi/en/) at the Aalto School of Science is seeking

Postdoctoral Researcher in Applied Inverse Problems and Numerical Analysis

The postdoctoral researcher will work in the research group of Antti Hannukainen and Nuutti Hyvönen, and she/he will be affiliated with the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in Inverse Modelling and Imaging (https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/researchgroups/centre-of-excellence-of-inverse-modelling-and-imaging). The position is for 2(+1) years, and it will be filled at the latest in June 2022.

Requirements

We look for scholars who are about to complete, or have completed within the past 5 years, their doctoral studies in a relevant field. The candidates are required to have a strong background in inverse problems, numerical analysis, numerical linear algebra, functional analysis, scientific computing, uncertainty quantification, partial differential equations, and/or a closely related field of mathematics. Programming skills and strong interest in implementing numerical methods in practice are considered a considerable advantage. A good command of English is required, Finnish language is not.

We offer

The expected starting salary is approximately 3700 €/month. The contract includes occupational health care benefits and a holiday bonus.

How to apply
Please send your application at your earliest convenience as a single PDF file through our online recruitment system via the ‘Apply’ link. Your application should include the following documents:

  • CV and publication list,
  • contact information of two references, one of which is your PhD advisor,
  • a short research statement,
  • please include a few lines about yourself (and when you would like to start) in the application.

Applicants who have not yet completed their PhD are requested to include their expected graduation month in their CV, and an additional page comprising their up-to-date research results in more detail in the research plan.

*Please note: Aalto University’s employees and visitors should apply for the position via our internal system Workday -> find jobs (not external aalto.fi webpage on open positions) by using their existing Workday user account.

The review of applications will begin on February 15, 2022 (first deadline), and the selection may be done already before the final deadline on March 15, 2022.

For additional information, please contact Antti Hannukainen and/or Nuutti Hyvönen (firstname.lastname@aalto.fi).

Aalto University reserves the right to leave the position open, to extend the application period and to consider candidates who have not submitted applications during the application period.

Finland is known for high quality of life, great work-life balance, clean nature, and family-friendly policies such as affordable high-quality daycare and free schools. Helsinki is a vibrant international city with a metropolitan area population of over 1.1 million people. Aalto University is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, and age. We encourage applications from all suitably qualified individuals from all sectors of the community.

In Finnish/Suomeksi

Haemme tutkijatohtoria (käänteisongelmat) vuoden pituiseen työsuhteeseen. Tarkempi kuvaus tehtävästä ja hakuohjeet yllä englanniksi.

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Post expires on tirsdag februar 15th, 2022

HICT: Doctoral Candidate in Collaborative AI for AI-assisted decision making

Application closes on

6.2.2022

Unit

School of Science

Job category

Doctoral candidates

The Helsinki Doctoral Education Network in Information and Communications Technology (HICT) is a collaborative doctoral education network hosted jointly by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki, the two leading universities within this area in Finland. The network serves as a collaboration platform for doctoral education combining all the relevant subfields of computer science and information technology at Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. It involves at present 80 professors and almost 300 doctoral students, and the participating units graduate altogether more than 40 new doctors each year.

We offer the possibility to join world-class research groups in both universities with multiple interesting research projects to choose from. The list of all open Doctoral Candidate positions in this joint call can be found here: https://hict.fi/admissions/

HICT Doctoral Candidate in Collaborative AI for AI-assisted decision making

Supervisor(s): Samuel Kaski (Aalto University), Luigi Acerbi (University of Helsinki), other professors involved in the topic

We develop probabilistic modeling and inference techniques that take into account the down-the-line decision making task. A particularly interesting case is delayed-reward decision making where data has to be measured, at a cost, before making the decision. This problem occurs in designing the design-build-test-learn cycles which are ubiquitous in engineering systems, and experimental design in sciences and medicine. The solutions need Bayesian experimental design techniques able to work well with both simulators, measurement data and humans in the loop, who are both information sources and the final decision makers. Furthermore, we need automatic design of interventions (actions) for learning causal models partially from a combination of observational and interventional data.

We are looking for a probabilistic modeling researcher interested in developing the new methods, with options on applying the techniques to improve modeling in the FCAI’s Virtual Laboratories

This project is a part of the Finnish Center For Artificial Intelligence (FCAI). To find out more please visit https://fcai.fi/

Ready to apply?

If you want to join our community and start your journey towards Doctoral dissertation submit your application via our electronic recruitment system. The application form will close 6th February 2022 at 23:59 Finnish time (UTC +2).

If you are currently working at Aalto University, please submit your application via HR System Workday (Career – Find jobs – Apply).

Please be prepared to add the following attachments:

  • Cover letter
  • CV
  • Transcript of your Master’s studies

You will be asked to provide also the contact details of 2-3 academic referees.

What we offer?

HICT is a network of world-class professors and researchers with huge passion for their field of study. In HICT you will become part of enthusiastic and professional team of bold and innovative thinkers.

During your Doctoral studies you will be a full-time employee in either Aalto University or the University of Helsinki depending on the supervisor and the research area. You will be covered by occupational health care based on the employment contract.

More information:

General information about the joint HICT call and HICT: https://hict.fi/

General questions about HICT: Christina Sirviö, HICT team

General questions about recruitment process: Sanni Kirmanen, Aalto University HR

Firstname.lastname@aalto.fi

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Post expires on søndag februar 6th, 2022

Doctoral Candidate in Wastewater Network Asset Management

Application closes on

31.1.2022

Unit

School of Engineering

Job category

Doctoral candidates

Aalto University School of Engineering, Department of Built Environment invites applications for a

Doctoral Candidate in Wastewater Network Asset Management

Project description

Aalto Water and Environmental Engineering Research Group (Water and Environmental Engineering | Aalto University), namely prof. Riku Vahala, has a vacancy for a doctoral candidate (“PhD student”) to work in the WATCON research project dealing with data-driven assessment and management of wastewater network assets. Making informed decisions on condition inspections and renovations is relevant, since wastewater networks are critical infrastructure and ageing and thus require large investments.  The goal of the project is to improve wastewater network condition management based on the analysis of condition data derived from CCTV inspections. The project is carried out in collaboration with UOulu, whose research concentrates on inflow and infiltration quantification using multi-isotope analysis.

Requirements

Applicants should have a master’s degree in water and wastewater engineering, geoinformatics, environmental science or a related subject. Experience with programming with R, Python or MATLAB is an advantage, as is experience in working with data. Applicants need to have motivation to conduct data analysis using statistical and machine learning methods. Fluent written and verbal communication skills in English are essential, Finnish language is considered an advantage. Applicants need to be able to work efficiently. Applicants must also fulfil the formal eligibility and admission criteria for Aalto’s Doctoral Programme in Engineering as specified at https://into.aalto.fi/display/endoctoraleng/.

Research environment

The successful applicant will join a team of world-class researchers at Aalto University’s School of Engineering. Aalto University is a public research university which was established in 2010 after a merger of three major Finnish universities. It is consistently highly ranked in the areas of science, art, technology and business. The University’s main campus is located in Espoo, approximately 15 minutes by metro from the center of Helsinki. Helsinki is a safe, clean, green capital city with a very high quality of life. Most Finns speak English fluently. More information about living and working in Finland can be found at https://www.aalto.fi/aalto-university/international-staff-information-package.

Salary, terms and conditions

First, the doctoral student will be granted a two-year contract, followed by a formal midterm evaluation. If the midterm evaluation is successful, an extension to the work contract will be made so that the total time for the doctoral studies is four years. The expected starting date is in the first months of 2022.

Completing a doctoral degree at Aalto University is expected to take four years. The doctoral degree is granted after successfully completing a set of advanced courses (40 ECTS), writing a doctoral thesis (based on peer-reviewed journal publications) and defending the thesis in a public examination. For this specific position, the doctoral candidate will be expected to analyze network condition data, to present at scientific conferences, to publish in academic journals, to participate in the activities of Aalto Water and Environmental Engineering Research Group, and to assist prof. Vahala in e.g. teaching activities (max 5% of working hours).

The salary range, terms and conditions are based on a collective bargaining agreement among Finnish universities. The starting salary for doctoral students at Aalto University is currently around 2,600€ per month (gross) which is gradually increased over time depending on performance.

How to apply

All applications must include the following materials:

  • Motivation letter with the applicant’s contact information and an indication of the preferred starting date (max 1 page)
  • CV including details of all academic merits (including publications, if applicable), and contact information for 2 persons who may be contacted to provide a character reference (max 3 pages)
  • Summary of the applicant’s master’s thesis (max 1 page)
  • Copy of the applicant’s master’s degree certificate
  • Copy of the applicant’s master’s degree certificate and a transcript of studies (with a clear explanation of the grading scale)

All materials should be submitted in English in a single pdf-file (compiled in the order specified above). The application should be submitted through our online eRecruitment system (‘Apply’) before 31 January 2022. Please note: Aalto University’s employees and visitors should apply for the position via our internal system Workday -> find jobs (not external aalto.fi webpage on open positions) by using their existing Workday user account.

Applications submitted by email will not be accepted. Aalto University reserves the right to leave the position open, extend the application period and consider candidates who have not applied during the application period.

Further information

Further information about working at Aalto University can be found at https://www.aalto.fi/aalto-university/international-staff-information-package. Content-related questions about the vacancy may be directed via email to Tuija Laakso (firstname.lastname@aalto.fi), who is responsible for instructing the dissertation, while recruitment-related questions may be directed to Kirsi Kärkkäinen (HR Coordinator, using the email format firstname.lastname@aalto.fi).

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Post expires on lørdag december 31st, 2022

Doctoral Candidate in the area of Materials Science for Lithium-ion Batteries Recycling

Application closes on

31.1.2022

Unit

School of Chemical Engineering

Job category

Doctoral candidates

Aalto University is a community of bold thinkers where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future. Aalto has six schools with nearly 11 000 students and a staff of more than 4000, of which 400 are professors. Our main campus is located in Espoo, Finland. Diversity is part of who we are, and we actively work to ensure our community’s diversity and inclusiveness. This is why we warmly encourage qualified candidates from all backgrounds to join our community.

The School of Chemical Engineering is one of the six schools of Aalto University. It combines natural sciences and engineering in a unique way.

Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering invites applications for

Doctoral Candidate in the area of Materials Science for Lithium-ion Batteries Recycling

We are looking for a highly motivated PhD candidate to join a multidisciplinary initiative at the forefront of the circular economy of raw materials. In this research position at the SmartCycling project, you will be developing new ways to analyze the characteristics of battery materials to help with the design of more efficient recycling processes following the principles of the circular economy. In the SmartCycling project, you will work closely with collaborators in the field of machine learning and artificial intelligence to find new approaches to process design.

Your background and expertise

We are looking for an independent and highly motivated individual with a Master’s degree in Materials Science, Process Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Recycling Engineering or similar fields. The ideal candidate would have knowledge of recycling processes and an understanding of the correlation between the intrinsic properties of materials and their recycling potential.

Excellence in scientific writing and publishing is expected, and good command of English is a necessary prerequisite. Knowledge of HSC-Sim® and other process simulation software is considered an asset.

If you are chosen for this position, you will apply the study right for doctoral studies in Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering. Thus, please check the student information and admission criteria https://www.aalto.fi/en/study-options/aalto-doctoral-programme-in-chemical-engineering. In particular, please pay attention to mandatory skill level in English.

What we offer

The research group of Mineral Processing and Recycling at Aalto University is one of the only groups working on the engineering fundamentals of the circular economy. Our multidisciplinary research projects have strong collaboration with experts in industry and academia around the world. This is a unique opportunity to carry out impactful scientific research towards the sustainable processing of materials.

The contract is initially made for one year, with possibility of extension. The total duration of doctoral studies is four years. The starting salary will be based on the salary system of Finnish Universities, increasing with responsibility and performance over time. The contract includes occupational health care benefits. The starting date is negotiable, but is estimated to be in beginning of January, 2022.

The annual total workload of research and teaching staff at Aalto University is 1612 hours. Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering  is located at Aalto University Otaniemi campus in Espoo, Finland.

Ready to apply?

If you want to join our community, please submit your application through our online recruitment system by using the link on Aalto University’s web page (“Apply”) by January 31, 2022.

Application should include:

  • 2 minute free-form video “cover letter” (provide the link to Youtube or other sharing platform
  • A letter of motivation (max. one A4)
  • CV (including list of publications)
  • A letter of recommendation or contact details of a possible referee
  • Transcript of university studies

All materials should be submitted in English (PDF format).

For more information regarding the position, please contact Assistant Professor Rodrigo Serna.  Email: firstname.lastname@aalto.fi.

Aalto University reserves the right for justified reasons to leave the position open, to extend the application period and to consider candidates who have not submitted applications during the application period.

Please note: Aalto University’s employees and visitors should apply for the position via our internal system Workday -> find jobs (not external aalto.fi webpage on open positions) by using their existing Workday user account.

About Finland

Finland is a great place for living with or without family – it is a safe, politically stable and well-organized Nordic society. Finland is consistently ranked high in quality of life. For more information about living in Finland: https://www.aalto.fi/services/about-finland

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Post expires on mandag januar 31st, 2022

Postdoctoral Researcher in Quantum Nanomechanics

16.12.2021

Application closes on

31.1.2022

Unit

School of Science

Position

Other teaching and research personnel

The Quantum Nanomechanics group https://www.aalto.fi/en/department-of-applied-physics/quantum-nanomechanics at the Department of Applied Physics is looking for outstanding

Postdoctoral researchers

to carry out experimental research on quantum micromechanical systems. In our team, we investigate how mechanical oscillators can be utilized for fundamental research probing quantum mechanics in massive systems, or for usage in quantum information processing. Additionally, our new efforts aim at experimental studies of gravity in the quantum regime. In our recent research, we have demonstrated quantum entanglement between two micromechanical oscillators realized as vibrating aluminum drumheads [Nature 556, 478 (2018), Science 372, 625 (2021)]. The next challenges include measurement-based feedback, which can be used for preparing and steering mechanical quantum states. Strong measurements and feedback operations allow for novel ways of creating nonclassical mechanical states, for example squeezed and entangled states. A grand goal is to realize quantum teleportation of the state between two oscillators.

In another project, the goal is to touch a hundred-year-old mystery of physics: Despite its success at describing phenomena in the low-energy limit, quantum mechanics is incompatible with general relativity that describes gravity and huge energies. The interface between these two has remained experimentally elusive, because only the most violent events in the universe have been considered to produce measurable effects due to the plausible quantum behavior of gravity. We aim at detecting gravitational forces for the first time within a quantum system. We use mechanical oscillators loaded by milligram masses, and bring two such gravitationally interacting oscillators into nonclassical motional states. Initially, we measure the gravitational force between gold particles weighing a milligram, representing a new mass scale showing gravitational forces within a system.

The experimental work in these projects involves design of the samples and of the measurement setups, cleanroom fabrication, running microwave measurements in dilution refrigerators, and data analysis. You are expected to participate in instructing PhD students.

Your role and goals

Depending on your background and interests, you may work either on

1. Quantum feedback operations on aluminum drum oscillators. We realize “microwave optomechanical” devices, where the drum oscillators interact with on-chip microwave cavity resonators. Optomechanical techniques allow for both preparing, measuring and manipulation of the mechanical quantum states. You will accommodate these devices into a quantum-limited detection system comprising of parametric amplifiers and real-time feedback realized with FPGA control.

2. The development and measurement of “quantum gravitational” devices, where the core element is an oscillating silicon nitride membrane that is loaded by a small mass. At very low temperatures achievable in dilution refrigerators, the oscillator becomes nearly isolated from energy losses to the environment, and it can further be made quantum with microwave optomechanics. Together with other team members, you will design and fabricate the devices, and accommodate them in a cryogenic positioning system to verify the gravitational forces inside the system.

Your experience and ambitions

For this challenging research, we are looking for brilliant and energetic individuals who are motivated in experimental, low-temperature quantum physics. We require the candidates to have a proven track record in experimental research with similar or related topics, clean room microfabrication, and strong interest in micromechanical systems. Additionally, the candidates should be excellent team players. Experience with cryogenics and dilution refrigerators, and skill in theoretical understanding of the studied phenomena, are considered significant assets.

What we offer

The Quantum Nanomechanics team, ambitous but relaxed with a great team spirit, carries out top -notch experimental research on the foundations of quantum mechanics. With superconducting qubits, we explore processing of quantum information with mechanical motion. In our more applied research, we lay the foundation for a new generation of devices that use various types of microwave-optomechanical effects for efficient signal processing. We have realized quantum-limited microwave amplifiers and nonreciprocal components to be used in superconducting quantum technology. Besides electromechanics, we are investigating hybrid devices where we control ferromagnetic magnons using acoustic waves.

The fixed term contract is typically initially for two years. Aalto University follows the salary system of Finnish universities. The starting salary for a Postdoctoral researcher is approx. 3700€/month. The salary ranges from 3700€ to 4000€ per month, depending on previous experience. The contract includes occupational healthcare.

The workplace will be the Otaniemi Campus of Aalto University, in the premises of the OtaNano national research infrastructure for micro- and nanotechnologies. OtaNano provides access to all the advanced nanofabrication, nanomicroscopy and measurement facilities and techniques. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland on campus leverages the bridge between research and innovation. Several startup companies working with electronics, cryogenics, and quantum technology have recently emerged in the community. Our team belongs to the national Centre of Excellence – Quantum Technology Finland that is harnessing quantum phenomena for solid-state-based quantum devices and applications. We also belong to the European Microkelvin Platform collaboration.

Ready to apply?

To apply for the position, please submit your application including the attachments mentioned below as one single PDF document in English through our online recruitment system by using the “Apply” link on Aalto University’s web page.

(1)   Letter of motivation
(2)   CV including list of publications
(3)   Degree certificates and academic transcripts
(4)   Contact details of at least two referees

The deadline for applications is January 31, 2022. The positions will be filled as soon as suitable candidates are identified. For additional information, kindly contact Prof. Mika Sillanpää, Mika.Sillanpaa@aalto.fi. Aalto University reserves the right for justified reasons to leave the position open, to extend the application period, reopen the application process, and to consider candidates who have not submitted applications during the application period.

Please note: Aalto University’s employees and visitors should apply for the position via our internal system Workday -> find jobs (not external aalto.fi webpage on open positions) by using their existing Workday user account.

About Finland

Finland is a great place for living with or without family – it is a safe, politically stable and well-organized Nordic society. Finland is consistently ranked high in quality of life and was just listed again as the happiest country in the world: https://worldhappiness.report/news/its-a-three-peat-finland-keeps-top-spot-as-happiest-country-in-world/. For more information about living in Finland: https://www.aalto.fi/services/about-finland
 

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Post-doctor candidate position in the area of Cyber Trust, Security and Privacy

16.12.2021

Application closes on

30.1.2022

Unit

School of Electrical Engineering

Position

Other teaching and research personnel

Communications and Networking (Comnet) unit at the School of Electrical Engineering at Aalto University is looking for a

Post-doctor candidate position in the area of Cyber Trust, Security and Privacy

Aalto University is a community of bold thinkers where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future. Aalto has six schools with nearly 12,000 students and a staff of more than 4000, of which 400 are professors. Our main campus is located in Espoo, Finland.

The Department of Communications and Networking (Comnet), School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University (http://comnet.aalto.fi/en) is a multi-disciplinary unit of research and higher education covering communications and networking technology, networking business, and human aspects of communications. Cyber security is one of the focus areas under the first. In its areas, Comnet is the largest unit in Finland. It has successfully performed a number of national and international research projects. In the focus area of cyber security, Comnet studies trust, security and privacy solutions for 5G/6G, IoT, blockchain, social networking and cloud/edge computing, etc.

We are now looking for a talented and highly motivated

Post-doctor Candidate in IoT and Wireless Security

You will conduct research and doctoral studies in the area of IoT and Wireless Security in a very independent way with supervision. Alternatively, your research topic may be focused to wireless security, physical security, machine learning, trusted computing, privacy preservation, data analytics, positioning system. You will be working in an international and cross-disciplinary team lead by Dr. Zheng Yan (https://people.aalto.fi/zheng.yan).

  • What is included in the job?

You are requested to conduct research in the field of IoT and wireless security and publish a number of publications in reputable forums. You should also spend your efforts in teaching and mentoring, assisting team routine work, project management, project applications, as well as doing academic services (e.g., IEEE conference organization). You are expected to be highly motivated in pursuing your academic career development.

Requirements

The candidate must have a PhD degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or in a related study with excellent results. The candidate must have a high motivation for research, and enjoy working in an international and cross-disciplinary team. You have good programming skills, preferable in multiple languages. You are capable of rigorous thinking and work independently. You communicate fluently in English, both orally and in writing. You should have good organization and mentor skills, high responsibility in fulfilling the tasks assigned to you. Previous publications and a strong background in security, privacy and trust, as well as mathematics, particularly physical security, wireless communication, machine learning, trusted computing, network security protocol design, and cryptography are appreciated. Previous top-level scientific publications are considered a plus. Previous experience in wireless communications is considered a plus.

Research group

The cyber trust research team has in depth knowledge and expertise in trust, security and privacy, as well as data analytics and has wide cooperation with other famous research teams all over the world, e.g., US, Singapore, Canada, China, etc. We have researched information security, trust management, trusted computing and privacy preservation in the field of 5G/6G, backscatter communications, blockchain, cloud computing, Internet of Things, social networking and mobile application already for more than 20 years with outstanding outcomes and we have a strong network of collaborators and funding. The group has two professors (Raimo Kantola and Zheng Yan), 2 senior researchers and about 15 doctoral candidates and a number of research assistants working with world class research facilities. Researchers of the unit have received several awards in highly recognized international conferences, IEEE, and European Union, and we publish 30-40 papers in reputable forums annually.

Salary and contract terms

The expected starting salary for a post-doctoral candidate is approximately 3700 €/month and salary will increase with responsibilities and performance over time. The contract includes occupational health benefits and Finland has a comprehensive social security system. Preferable starting time is April of 2021 for 1-2 years, which can be further extended.

More information

If you wish to hear more about the position, please contact Dr. Zheng Yan, firstname.lastname@aalto.fi. In recruitment process relating questions, please contact HR Coordinator Pihla Porvari, firstname.lastname@aalto.fi.

Ready to apply?

Please submit your application through our recruiting system by using “Apply now!” link below. Please include the following documents in English:

  • Application letter
  • A 5-page research proposal (in English) about IoT and wireless security, or related topics
  • English CV with a full publication list
  • Certificate of PhD degree
  • Recommendation letter(s) from at least 2 previous supervisors or employers
  • Proof of English proficiency

Application period closes Jan. 30, 2022, but we will start reviewing candidates immediately. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

About Finland
Aalto University is an international community, more than 40% of our academic faculty comes from outside Finland. Finland is a great place for living with or without family – it is a safe, politically stable and well organized Nordic society. Finland is consistently ranked high in quality of life and was just listed again as the happiest country in the world: http://worldhappiness.report/news/finland-again-is-the-happiest-country-in-the-world/. For more information about living in Finland: https://www.aalto.fi/services/about-finland

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Post expires on søndag januar 30th, 2022