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Mika Mäntylä is a professor of Software Engineering at the University of Helsinki in Finland. He received his D. Sc. degree in 2009 in Software Engineering from Aalto University in Finland. Mäntylä’s research interests include end-of-lifecycle software engineering activities such as software testing, software maintenance, and software operations. He is also interested in systematic multivocal literature reviews and the behavioral and psychological aspects of software engineering. Currently, he applies mainly quantitative research methods from empirical software engineering and mining software repositories. Mäntylä is keen to use natural language processing, classical machine learning, and deep learning to tackle software engineering problems. He has previously worked as a full professor at the University of Oulu, as an assistant professor at Aalto University and as a post-doctoral researcher at Lund University in Sweden. His studies have been published in journals such as IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE Software, Empirical Software Engineering, and Information and Software Technology. Mäntylä currently serves as an associate editor for IEEE Software and Empirical Software Engineering journals. For more information, please visit https://mmantyla.github.io/.