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06 January 2020

Dariu Gavrila in Trouw

What will the technology look like in the year 2020? Much has been said and written about this in recent years, from self-driving cars that dominate the street scene, to a network with internet-connected devices around us. What has come of those predictions?

19 November 2019

Social behavior for autonomous vehicles by J. Alonso-Mora published in PNAS

Self-driving cars are coming. But for all their fancy sensors and intricate data-crunching abilities, even the most cutting-edge cars lack something that (almost) every 16-year-old with a learner’s permit has: social awareness.

06 November 2019

Research programmes Soft Robotics and Botanic Sensor networks at 4TU event

29 October 2019

Dariu Gavrila receives IEEE ITS Outstanding Research Award 2019

29 October 2019

Cybernetics team wins award for best SMC journal paper

Max Mulder and his team received the Andrew P. Sage award at the IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics.

29 August 2019

Dariu Gavrila op NOS.nl

15 July 2019

Michaël Wiertlewski awarded best paper IEEE Transactions on Haptics 2019

26 June 2019

David Abbink in De Wereld van Morgen (NPO1)

Research by the Haptics Lab into symbiotic driving will be shown on Dutch television in prime time. David Abbink was interviewed by Vivianne Bendermacher to explain and demonstrate the current issues with driver-automation interaction, and how our research contributes to solving these.

29 May 2019

Javier Alonso-Mora and team receive IEEE ICRA Best Paper Award on Multi-Robot Systems

The paper "Distributed Multi-Robot Formation Splitting and Merging in Dynamic Environments", by Hai Zhu, Jelle Juhl, Laura Ferranti, Javier Alonso-Mora has won the IEEE ICRA Best Paper Award on Multi-Robot Systems during the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, the robotics flagship conference celebrated in Montreal in May 2019. Congratulations!

15 April 2019

Riender Happee on BNR Newsradio

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