Automated Driving Lab: Research
The Automated Driving Lab (ADL) directed by co-directors Prof. Bilin Aksun-Guvenc and Prof. Levent Guvenc is the main research lab for advanced driver assistance systems, connected and autonomous driving technologies and smart mobility at the Ohio State University and is used for conducting research projects funded by DoE ARPA-E, DOT, ODOT, NSF, automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.
Our current research focuses on:
- Smart Autonomous Shuttles for Smart Cities
- Autonomous Vehicle Path Planning and Tracking
- Autonomous Vehicle Testing and Hardware-in-the-Loop Evaluation
- Collision Avoidance for Road Safety and for Pedestrian Safety
- Connected Vehicle Technologies for Safety and Mobility
- Predictive Cruise Control, Eco Car Following and Pass at Green
- Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control
- Automated Truck Platooning
- Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
- Vehicle Dynamics Control (ESC, Torque Vectoring)
- UAV and AV Connectivity, Cooperation and Coordination
- Parameter Space Methods for Robust Control
- Extremum Seeking Control
COMES: Control of Mechatronic Systems
The m-files to support the examples and case studies for the Robust Control of Mechatronic Systems course and the corresponding book titled Control of Mechatronic Systems will be here shortly.
We also plan to make the old version of the COMES toolbox available for download here.
RECENT BOOK: CONTROL OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
Guvenç, L., Aksun Guvenc, B., Demirel, B., Emirler, M.T., 2017, Control of Mechatronic Systems, the IET, London, ISBN: 978-1-78561-144-5.