autonomous vehicles Experts
Hashem Ashrafiuon, PhD
Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Director of the Center for Nonlinear Dynamics & Control | College of Engineering · Villanova University
Hashem Ashrafiuon, PhD, is an expert on robotics, autonomous vehicles, and nonlinear dynamics and control.
Drones Advanced Dynamics Robotics System Dynamics Multibody Dynamics
Professor Robert Piechocki
Professor of Wireless Systems · University of Bristol
Exploring how connected technologies contribute to effective road management systems for driverless vehicles
Patient Monitoring Signal Processing Traffic Management Systems Driverless cars Autonomous Vehicles
Brett Frischmann, JD
Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business and Economics | Charles Widger School of Law · Villanova University
Brett Frischmann, JD, is a renowned scholar and expert in intellectual property, surveillance, internet law and net neutrality.
Autonomous Vehicles Net Neutrality Internet Law Infrastructure Information Law
Director, Contex Robotics Insitute · UC San Diego
Henrik Christensen is a national policy leader for the field of robotics and has testified before Congress on the subject.
Artificial Intelligence Human Robot Interaction Cognitive Robotics Robotics Autonomous Vehicles
Strategy | Vice President Innovation · Grush Niles Strategic | PayBySky
Transportation innovator, writer, speaker. Deployment and social policy: automated vehicles, parking, mobility as a service, & road tolling.
Autonomous Vehicles Self-driving cars Driverless cars Parking Reform Road Tolling
Omura-Saxena Professor in Responsible AI · Michigan State University
Anjana Susarla's research includes the economics of information systems, social media analytics and economics of artificial intelligence.
Responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI) Digital Transformation Social Media Analytics Machine Learning Causal Inference
Carl Elks, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Elks' career focuses on maturing and advancing the state of the art in the areas of safety assessment and fault tolerance.
Runtime Verification and Monitoring Fault Injection for Cyber Physical Systems Complexity Aware Design for Critical Systems Assessment Methods for Dependable and High Integrity Systems Cyber Physical Systems
Norman Garrick, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department · University of Connecticut
Professor with a focus on civil engineering, transportation behaviors, parking, public transit, and bicycle lanes.
Shared Spaces Transit Planning Urban Planning Civil Engineering Urban Street Networks