ISMA 43, 19-20.9.2018

The International Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering was organised for the 43th time by the Department of Mechanical Engineering of KU Leuven. The course was set up as a general introduction with emphasis on data-acquisition and multi-channel modal testing. Theoretical lectures were illustrated by numerous integrated demonstrations. A full scale multi-channel survey of a … Continue reading ISMA 43, 19-20.9.2018

Korean Students on Power Distribution for Automated Driving Vehicles

15 students from various universities of the Republic of Korea have been visiting the headquarters of Infineon Technologies AG this week. There they received an update on major topics for Automated Driving Vehicles, which has been presented by Stefan Schumi. The focus has been put into the electric power distribution of automated cars which is … Continue reading Korean Students on Power Distribution for Automated Driving Vehicles

11th Graz Symposium VIRTUAL VEHICLE- GSVF

Project partners from University of Pavia, Skoda Auto and Virtual Vehicle are participating in 11th Graz Symposium VIRTUAL VEHICLE. Within symposium partners have a chance to network and interact with wide community of automotive industry.  Andrei Aksjonov from Skoda Auto will make a presentation on a topic: “In-vehicle information system assessment methodology based on artificial … Continue reading 11th Graz Symposium VIRTUAL VEHICLE- GSVF

ITEAM at the 15th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control

On March 9-11, 2018, the ITEAM fellows participated in the 15th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control (AMC2018). The ITEAM members presented their works in Special Session “Advanced Motion Control Systems for Smart, Green and Integrated Vehicles” AMC2018 is the 15th in a series of biennial workshops that brings together researchers active in the field … Continue reading ITEAM at the 15th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Entrepreneurial Skills Training 2018

On February 21-23 2018, the ITEAM fellows took part in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie School on Entrepreneurial Skills, which was organized by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Department of Mechanical Engineering (Division PMA), and held in Heverlee, Belgium. Together with other Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions researchers, ITEAM ESRs attended the lectures on different topics: Complementary skills training Introduction to … Continue reading Marie Skłodowska-Curie Entrepreneurial Skills Training 2018

Uncertainty Quantification Training Course, 19-21.03.2018

The Uncertainty Quantification Training Course took place at Hartree Centre STFC Laboratory Sci-Tech Daresbury, Warrington (UK) on 19-21.03.2018. Each day focused on a specific topic. The first two days were dedicated to COSSAN-X and OpenCossan while the last day was devoted to general concepts of stochastic and probabilistic analysis as well as High Performance Computing … Continue reading Uncertainty Quantification Training Course, 19-21.03.2018

Spring School “The Mathematics of Risk”, 21-24.03.2018

The Spring School was organised by the Institut of Risk and Uncertainty, University of Liverpool (UK) in collaboration with the Institute for Actuarial and Financial Mathematics and took place on 21-24.03.2018. Over the three and a half days a range of methodological approaches to risk and uncertainty quantification and communication was covered, ranging from Probability … Continue reading Spring School “The Mathematics of Risk”, 21-24.03.2018

Special lecture at the preparatory camp for Physics Olympiad

What an interesting event! On the 12.01. Zlatan Ajanovic presented the ITEAM project and his research topic “Automated driving and Motion planning” to high school students as a special lecture during the preparatory camp for the Physics Olympiad in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was a very interactive lecture with a lot of questions, as … Continue reading Special lecture at the preparatory camp for Physics Olympiad

Best Presenter Award

Andrei Aksjonov (ŠKODA) received a Best Presenter Award in Electrical Engineering on 17th International Symposium “Topical Problems in the Field of Electrical and Power Engineering” and “Doctoral School of Energy and Geotechnology III” for his presentation titled “A Novel Human-Machine Interface Evaluation Methodology for Passenger Vehicles”. The symposium is an international wide forum for researchers, … Continue reading Best Presenter Award