HRI-US researchers will present their latest findings at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV’19) held in Paris France from June 9-12, 2019
HRI-US researchers will present their latest findings at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV’19) held in Paris France from June 9-12, 2019
June 05 2019

HRI-US researchers will be presenting 5 papers at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV’19) held in Paris France from June 9-12, 2019. Topics include advances in traffic scene analysis and understanding from video and Lidar as well has human-centered design and intelligence in real and virtual environments. For details, please refer to the following papers presented at the conference,

  • Ego-motion and Surrounding Vehicle State Estimation Using a Monocular Camera. Jun Hayakawa, and Behzad Dariush
  • Safe Reinforcement Learning with Scene Decomposition for Navigating Complex Urban Environments. Maxime Bouton, Alireza Nakhaei, Kikuo Fujimura, and Mykel J. Kochenderfer
  • Context-Aware Road-user Importance Estimation (iCARE). Alireza Rahimpour, Sujitha Martin, Ashish Tawari, and Hairong Qi
  • Effects of Vehicle Simulation Visual Fidelity on Assessing Driver Performance and Behavior. Coleman Merenda, Chihiro Suga, Joseph Gabbard, and Teruhisa Misu
  • An Online Multi-lidar Dynamic Occupancy Mapping Method. Jiawei Huang, Mahmut Demir, Thang Lian, and Kikuo Fujimura

The Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV) is a premier annual technical forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS), bringing together researchers and engineers from academia, industry, and government agencies from around the world to discuss recent advances in technology related to intelligent vehicles.