This workshop was held at the 32nd IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), on July 11/12, 2021,
in Nagoya, Japan virtually.
Hold jointly with the organizers of the planned ITSC 2021 workshop “Probabilistic Prediction and Comprehensible Motion Planning for Automated Vehicles – Approaches and Benchmarking”, which is cancelled in favor of this workshop.
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|Time (JST)||Time (CEST)||Time (PDT)||Talk|
|12.7.21 0:00||11.7.21 17:00||11.7.21 8:00||Introduction (workshop organizers)|
|12.7.21 0:15||11.7.21 17:15||11.7.21 8:15||Talk: Instance Discrimination for Unsupervised Grouping of Driving Data (Sascha Hornauer, MINES ParisTech) (slides)|
|12.7.21 1:00||11.7.21 18:00||11.7.21 9:00||coffee break|
|12.7.21 1:15||11.7.21 18:15||11.7.21 9:15||Paper presentation: Quantitative Evaluation of Autonomous Driving in CARLA|
|12.7.21 1:30||11.7.21 18:30||11.7.21 9:30||Paper presentation: POMDP Planning at Roundabouts (slides)|
|12.7.21 1:45||11.7.21 18:45||11.7.21 9:45||Talk: Introduction to BARK (Patrick Hart, fortiss & TUM) (slides)|
|12.7.21 2:15||11.7.21 19:15||11.7.21 10:15||Talk: Multi-Agent Relational Reasoning for Autonomous Driving (Jiachen Li, UC Berkeley)|
|12.7.21 3:00||11.7.21 20:00||11.7.21 11:00||coffee break|
|12.7.21 3:15||11.7.21 20:15||11.7.21 11:15||Paper presentation: Probabilistic VRU Trajectory Forecasting for Model-Predictive Planning – a Case Study: Overtaking Cyclists (slides)|
|12.7.21 3:30||11.7.21 20:30||11.7.21 11:30||Talk: Benefits and challenges of next generation datasets (Carlos Fernandez, KIT) (slides)|
|12.7.21 4:15||11.7.21 21:15||11.7.21 12:15||Closing Remarks (workshop organizers)|
- Maximilian Naumann, Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (BCAI)
- Jiachen Li, University of California at Berkeley
- Eike Rehder, Mercedes-Benz AG
- Martin Lauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
- Liting Sun, University of California at Berkeley
- Wei Zhan, University of California at Berkeley
- Masayoshi Tomizuka, University of California at Berkeley
- Arnaud de La Fortelle, MINES ParisTech
- Christoph Stiller, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
At IV2020, the organizers hosted a previous edition of this workshop: https://sites.google.com/berkeley.edu/iv20-interaction.
The organizers gratefully acknowledge support by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) within the Priority Program SPP 1835 - Cooperative Interacting Automobiles.