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Jukka "Yucca" Korpela

Master of Science (Math.), working as systems analyst at
Helsinki University of Technology (HUT), Computing Centre, Finland

Finnish readers may wish to see my home page in Finnish - suomenkielinen kotisivuni (which is more compact than this page).

Job: user support at the Computing Centre, in particular

Service hours: Weekdays 8:00/15:45, room U137A (main building). But occasionally absent.
Electronic mail (Internet):
There are other ways of contacting me, too.

Languages which I know: Finnish, English, Swedish, other.

Interests: aquaria, birds, bridge, comic books (especially Calvin&Hobbes and Dilbert), computer games, cooking, crossword puzzles, history, jurisprudence, languages (Finnish, Latin, English, other), mahjong, making beer and wine, natural sciences (especially biology), science fiction, stamps.

Web publications by me: see the list of my publications in English and the list of my publications in Finnish. From the start of 2000, I try to maintain a list of my new documents.

More information available: plain facts about me, a professional picture about me, a photo of me as a baby, and my home address.

You can use this form for searching for documents in at my site, using . (Surprisingly, some of my pages are in the global index but not in the Finnish index.) Write some keyword(s) after the data prefilled in the input area:

The search uses Evreka service, which has the user interface in Finnish, but it is similar to AltaVista. This means e.g. that you can use "wildcards" in search strings (e.g. portug* means any string which begins portug, case insensitively). (Cf. to AltaVista search language help.) You can also (reset) the form.

Date of last update of this page: 2000-12-11
Some links that used to be on this page are now on my page on WWW topics.

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