Come and network with Toronto’s growing AV ecosystem.
Join us on June 15 and June 16 for the 2021 Autonomous Vehicles Workshop — a two-day colloquium featuring the latest in Canada’s cutting edge autonomous vehicle technology. Learn about recent advances in AV research from University of Toronto Robotics Institute faculty and their industry partners.
See what UofT’s top graduates are working on, and hear from our award-winning self-driving car team
Tuesday, June 15
Times listed in Eastern time zone
|12:10-12:25pm||Faculty talk: Angela Schoellig||Motion planning and control with data|
|12:25-12:40pm||Faculty talk: Igor Gilitschenski||Putting your Map on a Diet: Safe Navigation without Detailed 3D Maps|
|12:40-12:55pm||Faculty talk: Florian Shkurti||Autonomous Robots in the Wild: Safety During and After Learning|
|1:00-1:20pm||Faculty Q&A||Moderator: Jonathan Kelly|
|1:20-2:20pm||Keynote Speaker: Raquel Urtasun||“A future with self-driving vehicles”|
|2:30-3:45pm||Student Presentations||Sepehr Samavi – “Accounting for Unpredictability in Autonomous Driving Behaviour”|
|Keenan Burnett – “Almost Autonomous: from aUToronto to Radar-Based Navigation”|
|Ali Harakeh – “Probabilistic Object Detection for Autonomous Driving“|
|3:45-5pm||Team Workshop||aUToronto Survey of AV Tech in the car|
|7-9pm||Bosch/ESCRYPT Networking Event||Join us on spatial chat to mix & mingle with fellow attendees|