First student graduated in Vehicle Engineering

07 July 2017 by Webredactie 3mE

On June 30, the first student Vehicle Engineering graduated on side-slips in autonomous cars.

De Ingenieur: https://www.deingenieur.nl/artikel/autonome-auto-moet-leren-slippen

Delta: http://www.delta.tudelft.nl/artikel/the-science-of-screeching-tyres/33358

The track is supported by the departments Biomechanical Engineering, Systems & Control, and Materials Science and Engineering. Responding to developments in research and industry the programme offers four focus areas: Perception and Modelling (Gavrila, Jonker, Kooij),  Dynamics & Control (Shyrokau, Schwab), Human Factors (Happee, de Winter, Shyrokau, Abbink), and Materials (Sietsma)

This programme, with (automated) experimental vehicles, simulation tools and driving simulators provides a strong basis in the education of Master (and PhD) students in the field of automated driving. Dr.ir Riender Happee (track coördinator): “The track receives a lot of applications, from students from Delft University as well as from international students. For international students there is a stringent selection. The courses receive highly positive ratings by the students. Students find graduation projects in the field of automated driving within our own projects (WEpods driverless shuttles and automation of vehicles), at partner universities (Aachen, München), and in the industry.”

 

 

 

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