New Lectures in Summer Semester 2023

The AVS Lab is pleased to announce the addition of two new lectures to its course offerings in the upcoming summer semester. The first lecture, "Foundations of Autonomous Vehicles," is geared toward Bachelor students who are interested in the field of robotics and autonomous vehicles. The second lecture, "Development and Design of Useful Autonomous Vehicles," is designed for Master students who are looking to advance their knowledge and skills in this exciting field.Both lectures will cover a wide range of topics related to autonomous vehicles, including their design and development, sensor technologies, machine learning algorithms, and more. 

The lectures are expected to attract a diverse group of students from a variety of academic backgrounds, including computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. The AVS Lab is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive learning environment for all students, and is excited to welcome students with a range of perspectives and experience. Registration for the summer semester is now open, and students are encouraged to sign up early to secure their spots. For more information about the courses, please visit the following websites.

Lecture: Foundations of Autonomous Vehicles

Lecture: Development and Design of Useful Autonomous Vehicles