Edmond Irani Liu joined the Cyber-Physical Systems Group in 2019 as a Research Assistant and Ph.D. student under the supervison of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Althoff. In 2015 and 2018, he received his bachelor's degree in Automation and master's degree in Control Science and Engineering, both from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, respectively.
His current research focuses on traffic rule-compliant motion planning and cooperative driving with safety guarantee. He is a participant in the project Cooperative and Intrinsically-Correct Control of Vehicles in Diverse Environments (CoInCIDE) within the Priority Program Cooperatively Interacting Automobiles (SPP1835), funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG); He is also a participant in the Huawei-TUM collaboration project Research on Key Technologies of Safety Assurance for Autonomous Vehicles.
Offered Thesis Topics
I am always looking for self-motivated students to solve interesting problems arising in my research areas. If you are interested in one of the currently available topics, simply send me a mail (with title "Bachelor / Master Thesis Application - Your Name") with your up-to-date CV and transcript of records attached.
Irani Liu, Edmond; Würsching, Gerald; Klischat Moritz; Althoff, Matthias: CommonRoad-Reach: A Toolbox for Reachability Analysis of Automated Vehicles. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 2022 mehr…