Andrew Rebeiro-Hargrave is currently a Visiting Scientist with the Megasense project at University of Helsinki
Andrew worked at GeoInformatics at the University of Helsinki, and at Nokia Networks was an author of “Multimedia Group Communication: Push‐to‐Talk Over Cellular, Presence and List Management Concepts and Applications” book (2008). He transferred to Nokia Siemens Networks in Nairobi and was Solution/Sale Engagement manager for business development in Africa between 2006-2012.
Andrew returned to academia as an ICT lecturer for the Institute of Decision Science for a Sustainable Society, Kyushu University, Japan in 2013. He became involved with the Grameen Organization in Bangladesh and designed frugal digital health solutions. He returned to Finland in 2016 and is an Academic Visitor at Aalto University Department of Industrial Engineering and Management and Visiting Scientist at University of Helsinki Department of Geoscience and Geography and is studying a variety of spatial-temporal problems. He went to King’s College London and graduated with B.Sc. in Geography and Ph.D. for modeling drainage network evolution in the 1990s. He freelanced as a science editor with Dorling Kindersley and as a statistics lecturer at the Unversity of Greenwich.
Andrew set up a productivity business called ‘Enzyme Consultancy’ and coordinated four large EU grant submissions with international consortiums on behalf of the University of Helsinki since 2016.