Welcome to Vehicle Intelligence and Autonomy Lab

Established in Sept. 2008, the vehicle intelligence and autonomy laboratory (vialab) has studied challenging R&D in the design, development, and analysis of communications and networking systems connecting many smart devices, for example, smart vehicles, smartphones, etc. Recently, our R&D activity focuses on several key technologies of self-driving cars and pipeline inspection robots, including vehicle localization, perception, prediction, planning, and control. Currently, the vialab consists of one Postdoc, one Ph. D. and two M.S. students led by Prof. Han-You Jeong.

Notice

  • [NOTICE] We are always looking for enthusiastic graduate students (M.S. and Ph. D.) with good C++ and python programming skills for autonomous driving and pipeline inspection robots.
  • [2020-09-23] We changed our laboratory name to Vehicle Intelligence and Autonomy Laboartory (vialab) to better reflect what we are currently doing in PNU.
  • [2020-09-11] We configured our test vehicle for our vehicle positioning research.

         

  • [2019-12-23] Congratulations! — The doctoral dissertation of Nguyen Hoa Hung, titled “Cooperative Vehicle Localization, Perception, and Routing toward Connected and Autonomous Driving”, has passed the final defense.
  • [2019-09-27] We start KOGAS in-line inspection (ILI) robot project work from November, 2019 (5 years).
  • [2019-05-15] We start NRF project work on the V2X-based cooperative driving from June, 2019 (5 years).
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