Established 2016 at TU Delft
Established 2016 at TU Delft
Increase the safety, comfort and sustainability of transportation by means of automated driving.
Conduct problem-driven research within the interdisciplinary spectrum of machine perception, dynamics and control, and human factors.
Focus on complex (urban) traffic scenarios, on challenging vehicle driving maneuvers and on the interaction of self-driving vehicles with humans.
Mubariz Zaffar, PhD candidate in the Intelligent Vehicles group and 3DUU Delft AI Lab, receives an award Outstanding Reviewer for the IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L). This will be announced at the ICRA 2022 Award Ceremony, on May 26, 12:30-14:00 in...
The paper Vehicle Dynamics Control Using Model Predictive Control Allocation Combined with an Adaptive Parameter Estimator by K.Chatrath, Y. Zheng and B. Shyrokau has been selected as one of the best 2020 paper in the SAE International Journal of Connected and...
Ewoud A.I. Pool successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis today titled Context-based Cyclist Path Prediction: Crafted and Learned Models for Intelligent Vehicles promotor: Prof. Dr. D.M. Gavrila co-promotor: Dr. J.F.P. Kooij
Jork Stapel successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis today titled On-road Assessment of Driver Workload and Awareness in Automated Vehicles 1st promotor: Dr. R. Happee 2nd promotor: Prof. Dr. D.M. Gavrila
The new YouTube channel of the Intelligent Vehicles group was inaugurated. If you wish to keep updated with our latest research, subscribe!
The Workshop on "End-to-End Autonomous Driving: Emerging Tasks and Challenges" will be held in June 2023 at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2023. The organizers are: Hongyang Li, Shanghai AI Lab Kashyap Chitta, MPI Holger Caesar,...
The Workshop on "Scene Representations For Autonomous Driving" will be held on May 5, 2023, at the International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) in Kigali City, Rwanda. The workshop is organized by researchers from China, USA, Germany and the Netherlands...
The 3rd workshop on Unsupervised Learning for Automated Driving (ULAD) will be held on Sunday June 5, 2022 at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2022 in Aachen, Germany. Topic: Unlabelled data is easily collected, increasing traction in IV to explore unsupervised...
The Intelligent Vehicles Group (TU Delft) and Daimler AG organized the 2nd workshop on Unsupervised Learning for Automated Driving (ULAD) at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2020 on October 23, 2020. Videos and slides can be found on the workshop homepage.
Julian Kooij co-organizes the Second Workshop on Unsupervised Learning for Automated Driving on October 23-rd, 2020, at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2020 (held online).
In our vehicle demo "Interaction Self-Driving Vehicle with Pedestrian" at the Intelligent Vehicles 2019 Symposium in Paris, last month in Paris, we showed that by the use of contextual visual information (e.g. has the pedestrian seen the approaching vehicle, what is...