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Sara Negri

Born January 21, 1967, Padova, Italy.

Master of Science (Mathematics) 1991, PhD 1996, University of Padova.
Docent in Logic 1998, University of Helsinki

Professor of Theoretical Philosophy 2015–, University of Helsinki
Professor-at-Large of the PhD programme in Philosophy of the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa) 2014–
Fellow of the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies 2014–15
Senior Researcher 2012–14, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Helsinki
Academy Research Fellow 2007–12, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Helsinki
Academy Research Fellow 2002–07, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Helsinki
Researcher 1996–2002, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Helsinki
Research Associate1995–96, Dept. of Computing, Imperial College, London

Research themes:
Philosophical logic, proof theory, formal epistemology

Publications, research projects and other academic activity

Awards and special achievements:
Academy Research Project 2006–09
Humboldt Fellowship 2004–05

Photo: Sara Negri's personal archives
Written by Sara Negri (Kaija Hartikainen, ed.)
Revised by Matthew Billington

Beyond teaching and research

Dr Sara Negri has taken part in initiatives for the promotion of female careers in scientific academic fields and has been invited to share her experiences as a female researcher during the conference Computability in Europe 2010. She has been a member, in various capacities, of doctoral examination boards in Finland, France, Sweden, and Italy, an evaluator of research projects for the EU research council and a number of research funding agencies in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands, as well as an expert in a research assessment project for Italian universities.

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