The fourth early stage researcher position at the University of Oulu in EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions project LNETN, related to the legitimation of newness and its impact on EU agenda for change, has now been filled.
Oxana Gisca will start her research work by the end of 2020. She earned her Master’s degree in Criminal Law from the University of European Studies of Moldova in 2019. She has been recently affiliated with a state office for the prevention of financial misconducts. Her LNETN research will involve exploring the role of such technology frontiers as 5G/6G and artificial intelligence, to contribute to technology change and its social impacts. The focus of the study on understanding how existing boundaries create barriers to change and innovation, including technological, social, business and policy implications.