Angelos Toytziaridis

Doctoral Student at Mechatronics

Angelos Toytziaridis is a PhD student in the Mechatronic research group. He works with autonomous vehicles and is mostly focused on decision making and path planning in complex environments. This means that he aims to answer questions such as “How do a self-driven car avoid to run over pedestrians in a city environment?”.


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A Data-driven Markovian Framework for Multi-agent Pedestrian Collision Risk Prediction

Angelos Toytziaridis, Paolo Falcone, Jonas Sjöberg
2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, ITSC 2019, p. 777-782
Paper in proceedings

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