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Poster session

Note: These are the 2013 posters. For information on the workshop's other years, please visit vehicleautomation.org.

A poster session will be held on Tuesday, July 16 during the evening reception. Research in the area of road vehicle automation will be highlighted. A modest cash prize will be awarded for the best poster as judged during the reception, courtesy of the Centre for Integrated Energy Research at the University of Leeds.

Posters will be judged by all workshop participants. Each participant will receive a number of stickers, which they can place on various posters to vote for the ones that they think are best.

List of Accepted Posters

No

Title

Authors

Organization

1

Environmental implications for shared autonomous vehicles using an agent-based model

Dan Fagnant

Kara Kockelman

University of Texas at Austin

2

Ethical Decision Making in Automated Vehicles During Unavoidable Crashes

Noah Goodall

Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, VDOT

3

Evaluation of an Eco-Signal Application using an Integrated Traffic-Driving-Networking Simulator

Yunjie Zhao

Yunfei Hou

Aditya Wagh

Kevin Hulme

Chunming Qiao

Adel W. Sadek

SUNY Buffalo

4

interactIVe - accident avoidance by active intervention for Intelligent Vehicles

Adrian Zlocki

ika, RWTH Aachen University

5

Combined Methods for an Effective Evaluation of Automated Driving Functions

Adrian Zlocki

ika, RWTH Aachen University

6

Automated Vehicle Policy Exploratory Study

Jason Wagner

Ginger Goodin

Texas A&M Transportation Institute

7

Automated Vehicles and Managed Lanes

Jason Wagner

Ginger Goodin

Texas A&M Transportation Institute

8

Increase Efficiency and Safety for Autonomous and Semi-autonomous Vehicles through Integration with Existing Infrastructure

Douglas Gettman

Jason Castillo

Lisa Burgess

Kimley-Horn and Associates

9

Supplementary Benefits from Partial Automation in Energy and Environment-Focused Connected Vehicle Applications

Kanok Boriboonsomsin

Haitao Xia

Guoyuan Wu

Matthew Barth

UC Riverside

10

In-vehicle dynamic traffic management through in-vehicle traffic state estimation and V2V communication.

Jurgen Nieuwenhuijsen

Bart Jan van Roekel

Robert Scheepjens

Bart van Arem

Raymond Hoogendoorn

Delft University of Technology

11

Energy savings and rebound effects of highly automated vehicles

Zia Wadud

Paul Leiby

Donald MacKenzie

University of Leeds

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

MIT


Automated Vehicles Are Probably Legal in the United States

Bryant Walker Smith

Stanford University

13

Working toward financially sustainable public transit by reducing vehicle operating costs

John Niles

Center for Advanced Transportation and Energy Solutions (CATES)

14

Comparative Analysis of Automated Vehicle Legislation and Regulation

Gabriel Weiner

Stanford Center for Internet and Society

15

Why automated vehicle zones might develop

Paul Godsmark

Independent

16

Human factors of highly automated driving

Natasha Merat

Hamish Jamson

Frank Lai

Oliver Carsten

University of Leeds

17

Autonomous Vehicles: What do they mean for our energy and environmental future?

Anand Gopal

Jeffery Greenblatt

Dev Millstein

William Morrow

Samveg Saxena

Nihar Shah

Andrew Sturges

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

18

A systematic approach to the design and evaluation of shared mobility systems: a case study in Singapore

Kevin Spieser

Kyle Treleaven

Emilio Frazzoli

Daniel Morton

Marco Pavone

MIT

MIT

MIT

SMART

Stanford University

19

Automated Truck Platoon Control and Field Test

Xiao-Yun Lu

Steven E. Shladover

UC Berkeley

20

Energy implications of autonomous vehicles

Austin Brown

Brittany Repac

Jeff Gonder

National Renewable Energy Laboratory


How to Prepare Your Poster
  • Details pertaining to poster preparation can be found in the PDF posted below.
  • Posters should be non-commercial in nature.
  • One presenter per accepted poster is eligible to register for the workshop at the speakers rate (i.e. the Early Bird rate).
  • Questions can be emailed to posters.automation|at|gmail.com.

Key Contacts

Zia Wadud
z.wadud@leeds.ac.uk

Don MacKenzie
dwm@mit.edu

 Important Links

Email abstracts here 

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Greg Fitch,
May 22, 2013, 10:59 AM
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