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Martin Magnusson

Title: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Science and Technology


Phone: +46 19 303870

Room: T1216

Martin Magnusson

About Martin Magnusson

I am a researcher with the Mobile Robotics and Olfaction lab at the AASS research centre.


My main research is concerned with localisation and mapping with 3D perception for mobile robots, and in particular efficient and versatile 3D surface representations. In the past I have investigated 3D scan registration and mobile-robot applications such as localisation, loop detection, and semantic analysis of 3D scenes. I have also been investigating methods for using 3D perception in autoloading of piled materials in construction and mining applications.

More recently, my research also includes mapping methods that go beyond mere geometry, and methods for making use of maps with high uncertainty. I have a particular interest in quantitative quality measures of maps and the methods that are used when constructing them, as well as maps of dynamics and flow, and the use of heterogeneous map data (e.g. hand-drawn sketh maps) In robotics.

I support the international committee for robot arms control and the campaign to stop autonomous military robots.


I teach Introduction to Robotics and Intelligent Systems, Computer Graphics, and Imperative Programming. 



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Articles in journals


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Doctoral theses, monographs

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