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Jouni Mattila

professori, koneautomaatio

Oma esittely

I am Professor of Machine Automation in the IHA (Innovative Hydraulics and Automation) research group. My R&D interests include: 

- Real-world autonomous mobile working machines

- Whole body motion estimation for rough terrain mobile manipulators

- Heavy-duty robotics motion and contact force controls 

- Advanced high performance and energy-efficient actuators, and their nonlinear controls

- Remote Handling/teleoperated safety-critical systems (e.g. in ITER project)

Osaamisalueiden kuvaus

I have a proven track-record with project-based multidisciplinary R&D research dealing with full scale heavy-duty mobile working machines relevant to Finland-based companies, as well as large-scale science projects concerning following areas: heavy-duty robotics motion/force controls, autonomous mobile working machines, nonlinear control engineering, and systems engineering in safety critical applications (e.g. in ITER, CERN and GSI/FAIR-projects). I have published widely on these topics during the past years.


Technical Editor in ASME/IEEE Transaction on Mechatronics 2015-2020


I am committed into high-impact academic research that targets into technology transfer projects with Finland-based industry, into creating high-tech products, and into creating employment in industry for our students and my graduating research group members (MSc and Dr (Tech)).


IHA - Innovative Hydraulics and Automation

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