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.
Christoph Rist and colleagues win Best Paper Award at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2020 for their paper: Christoph Rist, D. Schmidt, Markus Enzweiler and Dariu Gavrila. SCSSnet: Learning Spatially-Conditioned Scene Segmentation on LiDAR Point Clouds, a...
As part of the new Delft AI initiative, the new 3D Urban Understanding (3DUU) lab has started as a collaboration between Dr. Liangliang Nan of the 3D Geoinformation Group at the BKE Faculty, and Dr. Julian Kooij at the Intelligent Vehicles Group of the 3ME Faculty....
Dariu Gavrila receives the Outstanding Research Award 2019 from the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Society for his longstanding work on "Active Vulnerable Road User Safety with focus on vision-based pedestrian and cyclist detection, motion modelling and...
All our seven paper submissions to the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2019, the main international conference in the field, were accepted: M.Roth and D. M. Gavrila. DD-Pose - A large-scale Driver Head Pose Benchmark E.A.I. Pool, J.F.P. Kooij and D. M. Gavrila....
The EuroCity Person benchmark, described in below publication M. Braun, S. Krebs, F. Flohr and D. M. Gavrila. EuroCity Persons: A Novel Benchmark for Person Detection in Traffic Scenes. IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, DOI...
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The 1st workshop on Unsupervised Learning for Automated Driving (ULAD) was held at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2019 on June 9, 2019 in Paris.
Videos and slides can be found on the workshop homepage.
Julian Kooij and Fabian Flohr from the IV@TUDelft group organize the First Workshop on Unsupervised Learning for Automated Driving on June 9-th 2019, at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2019. Looking forward to see you in Paris!
German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited the TU Delft in the afternoon of 15 May 2018. The Intelligent Vehicles group had the honor to hold a short presentation on its research.
The Introduction Days for the Master Track in Vehicle Engineering for the 2018-2019 academic year will be held 3-4 September at TU Delft.
Julian Kooij will present jointly with Sjoerd van der Zwaan (2getthere) on the topic of autonomous driving at the first annual congress of the Dutch Science Foundation NWO on 9 November 2017 in Amstersfoort: TEKNOWLOGY