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IV2022 Best Student Paper Awards

Published Jun 16, 2022

Focusing on safety in the field of autonomous driving: "Foresee the Unseen: Sequential Reasoning about Hidden Obstacles for Safe Driving" and "Uncertainty Aware Data Driven Precautionary Safety for Automated Driving Systems Considering Perception Failures and Event Exposure".

Congratulations to Mechatronics PhD student José Manuel Gaspar Sánchez  and Industrial PhD student Magnus Gyllenhammar  (ZenSeact) for receiving the best student paper awards at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium ( iv2022.com/ ) held in Germany earlier this month!

Both papers contribute to the future of safety in the field of autonomous driving: Foresee the Unseen: Sequential Reasoning about Hidden Obstacles for Safe Driving  and Uncertainty Aware Data Driven Precautionary Safety for Automated Driving Systems Considering Perception Failures and Event Exposure

"Excellent papers and great work!", says José's supervisor, Prof Martin Törngren . "I am particularly happy about the collaboration involved, including with Jana Tumova's group in the context of TECoSA , the Scania Group and ZenSeact."

Forsee the Unseen is a result of a collaborative effort between Jana Tumova and Martin Törngren's research groups and Truls Nyberg , an Industrial PhD from the Scania Autonomous Transport Solutions group.

Left to right: Truls Nyberg, José Manuel Gaspar Sánchez and Magnus Gyllenhammar
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