November 30, 2023:
Our proposal SIMploy was approved to receive funding by WASP to establish an interdisciplinary collaboration between computer science and material science.
November 06, 2023:
Our proposal SACCADE was approved to receive funding by the Swedish Research Council (VR) for Natural and Engineering Sciences.
October 26, 2023:
Our book chapter “Requirements Engineering using GenAI - Prompts and Prompting Patterns” for the book “Generative AI for Effective Software Development” has been accepted.
October 20, 2023:
My PhD student Jens Henriksson successfully passed his PhD defense.
September 27, 2023:
We visited University of Ottawa in Canada and Prof. Lionel Briand, where we participated on a panel about trustworthy AI systems.
August 23, 2023:
Our “Test Your Self-Driving Algorithm - An Overview of Publicly Available Driving Datasets and Virtual Testing Environments” co-authored with Yue Kang and Hang Yin has been awarded the Best Paper Award for Outstanding Survey by IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles.
July 13, 2023:
Our submission “Systematic Evaluation of Applying Space-Filling Curves to Automotive Maneuver Detection” to the ITSC’23 has been accepted.
July 12, 2023:
Our submission “RE-centric Recommendations for the Development of Trustworthy(er) Autonomous Systems” has been awarded the best paper award at The First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems.
June 28, 2022:
My PhD student Krishna Ronanki’s paper “Exploring New Frontiers - ChatGPT’s Application in Requirements Elicitation Process” has been accepted as SEAA’23.
June 28, 2022:
My PhD student Ali Nouri’s paper “On STPA for Distributed Development of Safe Autonomous Driving - An Interview Study” has been accepted as SEAA’23.
June 06, 2023:
My PhD student Chi Zhang’s manuscript “Spatial-Temporal-Spectral LSTM - A Transferable Model for Pedestrian Trajectory Prediction” has been accepted IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles.
May 25, 2023:
My PhD student Krishna Ronanki’s submission “ChatGPT as a tool for User Story Quality Evaluation - Trustworthy Out of the Box?” to the AI-Assisted Agile Software Development Workshop at XP2023 has been accepted.
May 25, 2023:
My PostDoc Beatriz Cabrero-Daniel’s submission “AI-assisted Agile software development - a Meta-Analysis” to the AI-Assisted Agile Software Development Workshop at XP2023 has been accepted.
May 23, 2023:
My PhD student Jens Henriksson’s submission “Evaluation of Out-of-Distribution Detection Performance on Autonomous Driving Datasets” to the IEEE AITest Conference 2023 has been accepted.
May 04, 2023:
My PhD student Chi Zhang’s manuscript “Pedestrian Behavior Prediction Using Deep Learning Methods for Urban Scenarios - A Review” has been accepted IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems.
March 30, 2023:
My PhD student Chi Zhang’s submission “Cross or Wait? Predicting Pedestrian Interaction Outcomes at Unsignalized Crossings” to the IV’23 has been accepted.
March 30, 2023:
Our submission “ZEBRA - Z-Order Curve-Based Event Retrieval Approach to Efficiently Explore Automotive Data” to the IV’23 has been accepted.
February 28, 2023:
My PhD student Krishna Ronanki’s submission “Towards an AI-centric Requirement Engineering Framework for Trustworthy AI” to the ICSE’23 Doctoral Symposium has been accepted.
January 09, 2023:
Arranging the tutorial “TEAM - Technology Enablers for Autonomous Maritime Robotics - Digital Twins with Simulations and Cloud-enabled Massive Scale Datasets for Experimentation and Validation” at ICRA’23.
December 12, 2022:
Participating in the PhD defense for Stanislav Chren from Masaryk University, Czech Republic defending “Multi-layered Reliability Analysis of Smart Grids”.
December 06, 2022:
Participating in the PhD grading committee for Daniel Åsljung from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden defending “On Statistical Methods for Safety Validation of Automated Vehicles”
October 12, 2022:
Supporting the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems, and Software Program’s Internation Visit to UK, covering King’s College, Cambridge, Oxford, Cranfield, and Imperial College.
October 07, 2022:
Covered by WASP’s Meet the Researchers.
October 03, 2022:
Interview about our research at University of Gothenburg, Sweden
September 30, 2022:
Participating in the PhD grading committee for Julia Orlowska from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden defending “A data-driven approach for users’ adaptation to smart automated systems”
September 12, 2022:
Our paper “Over 60,000 km in a Year-Remotely Collecting Large-Volume High-Quality Data from a Logistics Truck” by Christian Berger, Arpit Karsolia, Federico Giaimo, and Ola Benderius has been accepted at Springer Nature Applied Sciences.
July 28, 2022:
Our paper “Formally Robust and Safe Trajectory Synthesis and Tracking for Autonomous Vehicles” by Yushu Yu, Dan Shan, Ola Benderius, Christian Berger, and Yue Kang has been accepted at IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems.
June 23, 2022:
Interview with Professor Dr. Christian Berger for University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
June 09, 2022:
Participating in the Licentiate grading committee for Martin Skoglund from RISE defending “Towards an assessment of safety and security interplay in automated driving systems”.
June 06, 2022:
Our paper “Application and Evaluation of Direct Sparse Visual Odometry in Marine Vessels” by Björnborg Nguyen, Krister Blanch, Anna Petersson, Ola Benderius, and Christian Berger has been accepted at 14th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics and Vehicles in Kongens Lyngby, Denmark on September 14, 2022.
May 31, 2022:
Our paper “An Industrial Experience Report about Challenges from Continuous Monitoring, Improvement, and Deployment for Autonomous Driving Features” has been accepted as SEAA’22.
May 27, 2022:
Our paper “Digital Sovereignty and Software Engineering for the IoT-laden, AI/ML-driven Era” has been accepted at 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Software Services Engineering (ISASSE) in Barcelona, Spain on July 14, 2022.
May 18, 2022:
We arranged a panel about “Evaluating How to Use Simulation Effectively for Testing Autonomous Vehicles” at VECS’22.
May 09, 2022:
The conference program for EASE’22 is up!
April 07, 2022:
Our proposal SAICOM from the team KTH, Chalmers, and GU received funding from SSF’s Future Software Systems call.
March 25, 2022:
Our proposal EVIDENT from the team AstaZero, GU, Chalmers, RISE, VTI, Einride, Asymptotic, and Veoneer received funding from Vinnova call.
October 29, 2021:
Our proposal ASSERTED from the team Volvo Cars and Chalmers received funding from Vinnova call.