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Welcome to the summer semester 2023

Welcome back to the TU Munich! The AVS lab wishes all students at TUM a good start into the new summer semester 2023. We hope you are looking forward to new challenges and exciting experiences in your studies.  We at AVS Lab are offering two new lectures this summer semester. For Bachelor students…

Open positions in our AVS Lab: We are hiring!

Our Lab is looking for new employees. We have several open positions in different areas. We are looking for new PhD students who are interested in working with us on exciting topics in autonomous driving. We are currently looking for two new PhD students* in the following areas: Trajectory and…

ICRA 2023: AVS organizes F1TENTH Race

Together with our partners from the University of Pennsylvania (Rahul Mangahram, Hongrui Zheng) and Kings College London (Nicola Paoletti), we are organising the 11th F1TENTH Autonomous Grand Prix. The F1TENTH Grand Prix is a competition organised by an international community of researchers,…

Future Moves Podcast - Autonomous Driving

Our Lab-Head Johannes Betz was invited to Hamburg to record an episode for the Future Moves Podcast together with Christian Cohrs. In this podcast, general topics, issues and challenges in the field of autonomous driving are addressed and discussed. If you are interested in learning more about the…

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…

AVS gives talk at the ADAC Testcenter Mobility

The AVS team was at the new ADAC test center Mobility and Penzing today. There, partial areas of the air base Penzing are used to critically test and inspect products in terms of consumer protection - from cargo bikes to automated electric vehicles. The AVS team presented the current topics of…

New paper in Journal of Field Robotics

After nearly 2 years of development and participation in the Indy Autonomous Challenge organized races in Indianapolis (October 2021) and CES in Las Vegas (January 2022), we are pleased to present the main results of this work in a new Journal article of the Journal of Field Robotics. Our paper…

Start of new Professorship: Autonomous Vehicle Systems

We are thrilled to announce the opening of the new Autonomous Vehicle Systems laboratory, dedicated to advancing the field of autonomous vehicle technology. Our lab is comprised of a talented team of researchers and students, working together to develop solutions for autonomous vehicles. As the…