Register to Hi-Drive Summer School 2024

The second edition of the Hi-Drive Summer School on ‘Navigating the Future with Advanced and Safe Automated Driving’ is scheduled for 25-26 September 2024 at Amarilia Hotel in Vouliagmeni, proudly organised by the EU project Hi-Drive and the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) of the National and Technical University of Athens.  

Focused exclusively on the Implementation and Testing of Higher Levels of Automation, this second edition aims to delve deeper into the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in the dynamic field of Automated Driving (AD). Prominent speakers from both academia and industry, and renowned experts from European projects and international initiatives will deliver lectures to ensure participants gain insights into the forefront of AD research and practice.  

Geared towards young researchers, PhD students, and professionals in the field of AD, the Hi-Drive Summer School 2024 program will allow all participants to expand their expertise and networks, and learn more about cutting-edge advancements in autonomous vehicle systems, by exploring the following topics: 

Advances in motion prediction and testing  

  • Algorithms for Motion Prediction of other road users 
  • Human motion reference models  
  • Testing in Human-in-the-loop simulators 

Advances in collective perception and testing 

  • Cooperative perception 
  • Testing CP in simulation 
  • Cybersecurity design for CP 

Use Machine Learning to safeguard AD during runtime 

  • OOD detection, anomaly detection and Bayes for perception safeguarding  

Methods for AD virtual V&V and impact assessment 

  • Coverage-driven Test Selection in Simulation-Based Verification 
  • Prospective evaluation and the ISO standards  
  • L3 impact assessment in Europe 

More information and registration: 2nd Summer School | Hi-Drive Deployment of Higher Automation

The registration deadline is Tuesday, 30 April 2024
Participation at the event is free of charge, but registration is compulsory.