Distinguished Lecture Series

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Wolf

Technische Universität Braunschweig, Deutschland

02. Juni 2022, 17:15 Uhr

„From Vehicular Communication to Vehicular Cooperation“

Zoom Meeting

Abstract:
Communication between vehicles and potentially other traffic participants came up as a research topic already many years ago. It has also been considered for long time as a base to enable cooperation between vehicles, but with somehow slower progress than just for communication techniques. Cooperation in traffic scenarios should be based on information about the surroundings of the cooperation partners. Hence, information about the current situation consisting of the own perception is needed, but could be extended substantially by according information from others, leading to collective perception. Yet, to enable cooperation, more is needed, i.e., information about the intentions of others such as currently planned trajectories as well as potentially desired trajectories.
This talk will discuss challenges and approaches towards vehicular cooperation.

Bio:
Lars Wolf is full professor for computer science at the TU Braunschweig and head of the Institute of Operating Systems and Computer Networks. Prof. Wolf is resp. was responsible in other roles such as being department head and speaker of informatics & information technologies centers at TU Braunschweig. Previous positions were with IBM, TU Darmstadt, and Univ. Karlsruhe.
Dr. Wolf served on editorial boards and as chair and member of committees of many international conferences and workshops. His current research interests include wireless networking in general, vehicular networks, sensor networks, internet of things, cyber-physical systems, delay-tolerant networks, and mobile systems in several application areas.