Our group will be well represented at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 99th Annual Meeting to be held on January 12–16, 2020.
In the context of Smart Mobility research, LiTrans @ Ryerson University is presenting following work at IEEE 5th International Smart Cities Conference (Oct 14-17, 2019).
We are looking for volunteers to participate in an immersive virtual reality based experiments to understand human behaviour when travelling in autonomous vehicles.
Our lab’s research on training CAV using naturalistic data from VR was invited to be presented at the Deep Reinforcement Learning Summit 2019 in San Francisco.
On June 05, 2019, LiTrans organized a panel discussion on the future of mobility and smart transportation at the Centre for Urban Innovation, Ryerson University.
Our lab’s research on distributed traffic management system and CAV routing is invited to be presented at a webinar on May 16, 2019, hosted by IEEE International Smart Cities.
Our new work on multiobjective autonomous braking system training using naturalistic data & deep reinforcement learning, features in MIT Technology Review.
LiTrans alumni, Dr. Sobhani appointed as an Assistant Professor at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
Kinga Surma, Parliamentary Assistant, Ministry of Transportation, Ontario met with LiTrans, Ryerson University students to learn more about their research on emerging transportation technologies and services.
We are organizing a special seeion on Cybersecurity and Privacy in Emerging Mobility Technologies and Services at IEEE ITSC2019 this October in New Zealand.
Our group will be presenting at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 98th Annual Meeting to be held on January 13–17, 2019.
In the context of Smart Mobility research, LiTrans @ Ryerson University is presenting following work at IEEE 4th International Smart Cities Conference (Sep 16-19, 2018).
Seminar presented by Professor Mario Cools from University of Liège
Seminar presented by Arash Kalatian, PhD Student at Ryerson University
Starting May 1, 2017, Laboratory of Innovations in Transportation has moved to Ryerson University.