(PhD 2015, Univ. of Helsinki) is a Research Fellow in the Centre of Transdisciplinary Art Studies (TAITE, formerly TAS/YoYo) at the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. She is also a Docent of Aesthetics at the University of Helsinki. Her research focuses on urban environmental aesthetics and the philosophy of the city. Sanna’s publications include journal articles published in Open Philosophy, Essays in Philosophy, Philosophical Inquiries, Sustainability Science, and Behaviour & Information Technology, invited articles in edited volumes published by Routledge, Bloomsbury, Springer, and Oxford University Press as well as editing special issues for Environmental Values, Contemporary Aesthetics, ESPES, East Asian Journal of Philosophy, and Open Philosophy. Sanna was the President of the Finnish Society for Aesthetics in 2019–21 and a Delegate in the Executive Committee of the International Association of Aesthetics, and she is currently a Codirector in the Board of the international Philosophy of the City Research Group (PotC) and an affiliate member in 4TU. Centre for Ethics and Technology. Her current research interests include urban aesthetics, aesthetic sustainability, and aesthetics of new urban technologies. Sanna teaches 5–7 courses annually at Aalto ARTS and Aalto SCI and supervises Doctoral and Master’s level students at Aalto ARTS and at the University of Helsinki.