Sergei Avedisov, June 2016
- 10:30 am - Richard Murray, 109 Steele
- 11:00 am - Seminar, 121 Annenberg
- 12:00 pm - Lunch @ Ath: Ioannis (host), Sumanth, Tung
- 1:30 pm - Ioannis
- 2:00 pm - Sumanth
- 2:30 pm - Tung
- 3:00 pm - Richard Murray, 109 Steele
- 3:30 pm - Benson
- 4:00 pm - Richard C.
- 4:30 pm - Sumanth Dathathri (Outside Annenberg 213=>Find a room from there)
- 5:00 pm - Done for the day
A network-based approach to design and analysis of connected vehicles
In the future vehicles may use dedicated short range communication (DSRC) to communicate with multiple surrounding vehicles and infrastructure including those beyond the line of sight. The resulting ad-hoc connected vehicle network (CVN) has the potential to improve traffic safety, traffic mobility, and fuel economy. We develop mathematical models to design and analyze CVNs which must take into account for nonlinearities, complex network structure, delays, digital effects, as well as other challenging phenomena that play a crucial role in traffic dynamics. We exploit the network structure to analyze complex CVNs effectively, and gain some nontrivial yet important insight in CVN design.