L3Pilot Summer School
The L3Pilot Summer School "Developing and Testing Automated Driving" will take place in Athens, Greece, on 13-14 May 2020.
With a focus on the theory and practice of Automated Driving Implementation and Testing, L3Pilot invites researchers, PhD students, developers, technicians and other professionals to learn more about the progress of the largest European pilot-testing of SAE Level 3 driving functions implemented by L3Pilot partners as well as to discuss the latest findings and main challenges in the areas of Automated Driving Technology (AD), namely: the key enablers of AD, the Testing and Validation Framework, the AD Human Factors in automotive engineering and the Impact Assessment of the AD Deployment.
During the L3Pilot Summer School prominent speakers from academia and industry, both internal and external to the L3Pilot consortium, as well as key-experts from other European projects and international initiatives in the field, will join the event to thoroughly present the latest SoA developments, exchange knowledge and contribute to the ongoing discussions about the future of AD.
The Summer School will also provide the ground for senior and junior researchers and PhD students to expand their expertise and networks and present their research work through a dedicated poster area to a number of academics and highly qualified professionals in the field.
The event will take place at the Amarilia Hotel (→external link) in Athens, Greece.
13 Agiou Nikolaou st.
T. +30 210 8990391
F. +30 210 8955790
You can register here (→external link) for the L3Pilot Summer School.
The L3Pilot Summer School will include four tutorials on the following topics:
Wednesday 13 May 2020
Welcome & opening
Aria Etemad, Volkswagen Group Research, L3Pilot Coordinator
Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, Summer School Organiser
Tutorial A: Enabling Driving Automation
Code of Practice for Automated Driving | Heavy Duty Vehicles towards Automation | Connectivity technologies | Road Infrastructure and Automated Driving | End-to-END AI Approaches for AD
Tutorial B: Human Factors
Human Factors approaches | Transition between AD Levels | Simulator studies for Long Term effects on users | Automated Vehicles interaction in mixed traffic environments
Thursday 14 May 2020
Tutorial C: Handling Data for Automation
Data analytics | Intelligent road and infrastructure data | Cyber-security | Data privacy
Tutorial D: Testing and Validation Framework
Testing framework for Automated Driving | Testing enablers | Testing scenarios and practical issues | Testing of Automated Driving on public roads
The detailed agenda will be announced soon.
A block booking with a special rate will be secured at the Amarilia Hotel (→ external link) for the Summer School participants and at other hotels located near the Summer School venue. More details will follow shortly.
For any questions, please contact Nantia Skepetari of ICCS, at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.