Autonomous systems and software

Autonomous artifacts, such as self-driving cars, unmanned aerial and marine vehicles, and smart robots, are rapidly entering mainstream focus from scientific, societal, technological and industrial perspectives. Additionally, large-scale systems and systems of system, e.g., infrastructure systems, are increasingly automated and self-organizing, with the possibility to make intelligent decisions on the basis of continuous, heterogeneous, multi-source data.

Doctoral students

Student Supervisor

Bo Wahlberg

Karl Henrik Johansson

Khorasani Tranos

Alexandre Proutiere

Joakim Jaldén

Danica Kragic

Patric Jensfelt

Sonja Buchegger

Dimos Dimarogonas

Håkan Hjalmarsson
Mikael Johansson
Hedvig Kjellström

Industrial doctoral students 

Student Organisation Supervisor
Scania Bo Wahlberg
ABB Mikael Johansson
Ericsson Mats Bengtsson
ABB Danica Kragic
ABB Petter Ögren
Ericsson Christian Schulte
Ericsson Dejan Kostic
Ericsson Mads Dam .
Ericsson Seif Haridi
Martin Pallin SAAB Petter Ögren
Scania Jonas Mårtensson
Belongs to: Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program
Last changed: Jun 26, 2019