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Victory in Las Vegas - TUM Autonomous Motorsport wins race ๐Ÿ† ๐ŸŽ๏ธ

๐Ÿ† Exciting news from Las Vegas! ๐Ÿ We are happy to announce the victory of our TUM Autonomous Motorsport Team at the Indy Autonomous Challenge! Together with the Chair of Automotive Engineering and the Chair of Automatic Control, our AVS Lab has been working on developing software that can drive…

New Workshop at IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium 2024 "Small-scale Testbeds for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Robot Swarms"

The upcoming IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium 2024 in Korea is set to host the 1st workshop on "Small-scale Testbeds for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Robot Swarms" that aims to foster innovation and collaboration in the realm of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) and robot swarms.…

Merry Christmas and happy holidays from AVS-Lab!

Dear members and friends of the AVS Lab, As the year draws to a close, it is time to pause and reflect on the past year. The AVS Lab wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a peaceful holiday season. This year has been particularly exciting and productive for the AVS-Lab. We have made significant…

3 new papers - Control for Autonomous Vehicles

Excited to share that our Lab finished three papers new papers on topics we've been working on in the last couple of months. In these papers, we were pushing the limits of dealing with uncertainties and disturbances in nonlinear system dynamics with Stochastic, Robust and Adaptive Nonlinear Model…

Research Visit from Finland

Over the past four weeks, our AVS Lab has had the honour of hosting a research visitor from Finland from the University of Helsinki. Dr Otto Lappi, a scientist from the University of Helsinki, leads a group there in the field of congitional science, researching the congnitive basis of human everyday…

AVS Lab wins 1. Place in the Golden Lecture

On behalf of the students of the Schoold of Engineering and Design, the Mechanical Engineering Student Council awards the "Golden Teaching" prize every year in recognition of your great commitment and the very good evaluation results. This year our lecture "Fundamentals of Autonomous Vehicles" wins…

A visit to Mercedes-Benz AMG in Affalterbach

How can we bring autonomous driving to peak performance? Last week we had the exciting opportunity to visit our research partner Mercedes-AMG GmbH. We had intensive discussions about this question and found further points of contact. Mercedes-AMG GmbH generously showed us around their workshops,…

New practical course "F1TENTH"

My next ride is a Robot ๐Ÿค–! Together with Felix Jahncke our lab kicked off the new winter semester at TUM with a new practical course called โ€œF1TENTH: Autonomous Driving Hands-onโ€. Our students get a small-scale autonomous vehicle and learn to code, implement, and optimize autonomous driving…

Welcome to the winter semester 2023/2024

Welcome (back) to the TU Munich! The AVS lab wishes all students at TUM a good start into the new winter semester 2023/2024. We hope that you are looking forward to new challenges and exciting experiences in your studies.  This winter semester, we at AVS Lab are offering the new practical course…

Research Visit from South Africa

For the past two weeks, our AVS Lab has been honoured to host a research visit from South Africa from Stellenbosch University. Dr Benjamin Evans, a postdoctoral researcher at Stellenbosch University, is conducting research in Deep and Reinforcement Learning for automated vehicles. Over the last two…