学术报告：Autonomous Driving: System, Modeling and Engineering
时间：2021年12月20日 | 来源：网络安全技术研究院 | 作者：管理员
Dr. Xi Zheng received the Ph.D. in Software Engineering from UT Austin in 2015. From 2005 to 2012, he was the Chief Solution Architect for Menulog Australia. He is currently the Director of Intelligent Systems Research Group (ITSEG.ORG), Senior Lecturer (aka Associate Professor US) and Deputy Program Leader in Software Engineering, Macquarie University, Australia. His research interests include Internet of Things, Intelligent Software Engineering, Machine Learning Security, Human-in-the-loop AI, and Edge Intelligence. He has secured more than $1 million competitive funding in Australian Research Council (Linkage and Discovery) and Data61 (CRP) projects on safety analysis, model testing and verification, and trustworthy AI on autonomous vehicles. He also won a few awards including Deakin Industry Researcher (2016) and MQ Earlier Career Researcher (Runner-up 2020). He has a number of highly cited papers and best conference papers. He serves as PC members for CORE A* conferences including FSE (2022) and PerCom (2017-2022). He also serves as the PC chair of IEEE CPSCom-2021 and an associate editor for Distributed Ledger Technologies.
In this talk, I will first walk through some real industrial requirements and research challenges in autonomous vehicles. I will then talk about research works which can potentially solve these issues, mainly covering safety analysis, distributed and embedded intelligence, and model testing. Some ongoing and future work on model uncertainty, interpretability and robustness will be discussed.