ITS Seminars

FEBRUARY 24

Mark Mueller, UC Berkeley

Multicopter Dynamics and Control: Surviving the complete loss of multiple actuators and quickly generating trajectories

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

MARCH 3

Steve Waslander, University of Waterloo

Multi-Camera Localization and Mapping for Autonomous Vehicles

4-5 pm 240 Bechtel, 3:30 cookies and beverages in the ITS Library

MARCH 10

Jinhua Zhao, MIT

Transportation as a Language: Mobility management of China’s urban billion

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

 MARCH 17

Jeff Schneider, Carnegie Mellon/Uber

Bayesian Optimization and Self Driving Cars

4-5 pm 240 Bechtel, 3:30 cookies and beverages ITS Liibrary

MARCH 24

Lei Kang, UC Berkeley

Changing Fuel Loading Behavior to Improve Airline Fuel Efficiency

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

 APRIL 7

Sreeta Gorripaty, UC Berkeley

Airport Capacity Prediction Using Machine Learning and its Applications

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

APRIL 14

Feras El Zarwi, UC Berkeley

Modeling the Impact of Major Technological and Infrastructural Changes on Travel Demand

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

APRIL 21

Yafeng Yin, University of Michigan

Modeling and Analysis of Ridesourcing Services

4-5 pm 240 Bechtel, 3:30 cookies and beverages in the ITS Library

APRIL 28

Ram Vasudevan, University of Michigan

Control Design for Autonomous Vehicles in Uncertain Environments

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

MAY 5

David Kan, UC Berkeley

Increasing Freeway Capacity by Efficiently Timing its Nearby Arterial Traffic Signals

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages

MAY 12

Timothy Brathwaite, UC Berkeley

Improving the Policy Relevance and Accuracy of Bicycle Demand Models

4-5 pm Hearst Memorial Mining Building, 3:30 cookies and beverages