Intel-ASU Autonomous Vehicle Initiative
This initiative has helped activate university-wide Intel-ASU collaborations across various schools for defining and developing the next generation of safe and efficient autonomous vehicles (AVs). The investigators are also dedicated to translating technology, training, and workforce development into legal policies and public safety standards.
Principal Investigators and Collaborators:
- Lina Karam (Lead PI), School of ECEE and Computer Engineering Director
- Rida Bazzi, School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering
- Heni Ben Amor, School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering
- Yan Chen, Automotive Systems Engineering
- Georgios Fainekos, School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering
- Kamil Kaloush, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
- Gary Marchant, Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law
- Abdel Raouf Mayyas, Automotive Systems Engineering
- Jeffrey Wishart, Automotive Systems Engineering
J.R. Medina, K.E. Kaloush, and L.J. Karam, “Analysis of Infrastructure Needed to Test Pre-Crash Scenarios,” Report TR-AV-INFR-101-102018, Oct. 2018.
Dr. Lina Karam, quoted on autonomous vehicle infrastructure:
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