About

Waterloo Intelligent Systems Engineering Lab (WISE Lab) led by Professor Krzysztof Czarnecki does research in 

  • requirements, including safety and quality requirements,
  • architecture,
  • safety of intelligent systems, including autonomous cars,
  • machine learning, including reinforcement learning and deep learning,
  • simulation.

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The old web site is still available as a static archive: https://gsd.uwaterloo.ca.

  1. Nov. 22, 2020Our SAE World Congress Experience article published in SAE International Journal Advances & Current Practices in Mobility

    Our SAE World Congress Experience conference article "Modes of Automated Driving System Scenario Testing: Experience Report and Recommendations" has been selected as one of the best papers at the conference and it has been published in SAE International Journal Advances & Current Practices in Mobility under the same title. The article is available via Open Access. 

  2. Oct. 28, 2020Keynote: "Models in AI-enabled systems: the case of automated driving" by prof. Krzysztof Czarnecki

    On Oct 28, 2020, prof. Czarnecki delivered a keynote at MODELS'20 entitled "Models in AI-enabled systems: the case of automated driving". Watch the video on YouTube.

  3. Feb. 14, 2020Grand opening of AVRIL - the new home of the UW Moose

    The grand opening of the new Autonomous Vehicle Research & Intelligence Laboratory (AVRIL) took place on Tue, Feb 14, 2020, with over 60 guests, including the federal and provincial ministers, MPPs, and the president of the University of Waterloo. AVRIL is now the new home of the UW Moose as well as many other projects.

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Opportunities

We are looking for postdocs and graduate students interested in working on all aspects of autonomous driving.

For more information, visit Open positions.