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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  1. Feb. 14, 2018Globe Drive Mobility Summit'2018

    On Feb. 8, prof. Czarnecki participated in a panel discussion on the viability of automated driving in severe weather conditions. For the highlights of the discussion, see Globe and Mail article.

  2. Jan. 15, 2018Another successful Consumer Electronics Show (CES'18) automated driving demonstration

    Members of Waterloo Intelligent Systems Engineering lab helped develop and deliver another successful automated driving demonstration for Renesas at Consumer Electronics Show (CES'18) in Las Vegas, Jan 8-11, 2018. The car performed flawlessly for four days, delivering automated driving experience to hundreds of visitors.

    This year, the demo included 

  3. Dec. 22, 2017First automated public drive, December 2017

    The autnomoose team (which includes WISE lab members) delivered their first public automated drive on Dec 22, 2017. The video shows advances in map construction, vehicle localization, object detection and tracking, route and vehicle behavior planning, and safety.

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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.