received his PhD in Technology in 1990 from TUT, and has served as the Research professor in machine vision at VTT since 1991. He has extensive national and international experience in basic research, R&D, teaching, consulting and project management.

Publications, Patents, Spin-offs
He has over 50 publications in the areas of machine vision, computer/VLSI architecture, photogrammetry using computer vision, pattern recognition, telerobotics, manipulator control, mobile robotics, and microtechnology. He holds several patents and patent applications and co-founded a spin-off company producing image analysis systems for cell biology.

Research interests
Microscopy, photonics, cell biology, laser applications.

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