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Ruilin researches knowledge workers’ subjective time perception and management in the hybrid work context and related matters such as work-life boundary, collaborations, and digitalization. He follows a qualitative inductive approach in his studies. 

He worked at numerous Chinese and American tech companies in cloud development and operations, focusing on human-machine interactions. Ruilin received his master’s in management and organization in Finland. He studied management information systems for his bachelor’s in the United States, with partial studies in China.

Conferences/Workshops attended or accepted

AMR Special Topic Forum - Theorizing Time in Management and Organizations (2022). Virtual.

JMS Conference and Professional Development Workshop: Repurposing Management for the Public Good (2022). University of Cambridge, UK.

Organization and Management in Professional Service Firms: Establishing Research Agendas in Turbulent Times - Paper Development Workshop (2022). University of Liverpool, UK.

Human Relations Conference - Work/Non-work Relationships and CSR Stream (2023). London, UK.