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.

Looking for Generative Software Development Lab (GSD Lab)?

The old web site is still available as a static archive.

  1. Sep. 28, 2017Waterloo team wins best paper award for SoSyM (Software and Systems Modelling) 2017

    Our paper "Synthesis and exploration of multi-level, multi-perspective architectures of automotive embedded systems" published in the Software and Systems Modeling journal has won one of the six best paper awards for year 2017.

    Congratulations to students Jordan Ross, Jimmy Liang, and Alexandr Murashkin!

  2. Apr. 7, 2017Good bye Generative Software Development Lab, long live Waterloo Intelligent Systems Engineering Lab!

    The research focus of our lab has changed and we are changing the name to reflect that. The Generative Software Development Lab (GSD Lab) is now officially renamed to Waterloo Intelligent Systems Engineering Lab (WISE Lab).

    We will archive the GSD Lab website, which will remain available at its current address http://gsd.uwaterloo.ca/.

    Good bye and welcome!

  3. Jan. 9, 2017Waterloo Autonomoose team delivers a successful autonomous car demonstration at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017

    Waterloo Intelligent Systems Engineering (WISE) Lab (formerly Generative Software Development (GSD) Lab) members (from Autonomoose Team) were involved in the successful Renesas autonomous car demonstration at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas, NV, USA.

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

For more information, visit Open positions.