Ivo Batkovic

Doctoral Student at Mechatronics

Ivo Batkovic is an industrial PhD student in the Mechatronics group at signals and systems from Zenuity AB. In his research he will be looking into path planning and decision making for automated vehicles in complex urban environments such as crossings, roundabouts, and predictions of road users.

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2021

A Robust Scenario MPC Approach for Uncertain Multi-Modal Obstacles

Ivo Batkovic, Ugo Rosolia, Mario Zanon et al
IEEE CONTROL SYSTEMS LETTERS. Vol. 5 (3), p. 947-952
Journal article
2020

ParkPredict: Motion and Intent Prediction of Vehicles in Parking Lots

Xu Shen, Ivo Batkovic, Vijay Govindarajan et al
IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, Proceedings, p. 1170-1175
Paper in proceeding
2019

Learning When to Drive in Intersections by Combining Reinforcement Learning and Model Predictive Control

Tommy Tram, Ivo Batkovic, Mohammad Ali et al
2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, ITSC 2019, p. 3263-3268
Paper in proceeding
2019

Real-Time Constrained Trajectory Planning and Vehicle Control for Proactive Autonomous Driving with Road Users

Ivo Batkovic, Mario Zanon, Paolo Falcone et al
18th European Control Conference (ECC), p. 256-262
Paper in proceeding
2018

A Computationally Efficient Model for Pedestrian Motion Prediction

Ivo Batkovic, Mario Zanon, Nils Lübbe et al
, p. 374-375
Paper in proceeding

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