Arian Ranjbar

Doctoral Student at Mechatronics

Arian Ranjbar is an Industrial PhD Student in the Mechatronics Research group, in cooperation with Zenuity AB.

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Safety Monitoring of Neural Networks Using Unsupervised Feature Learning and Novelty Estimation

Arian Ranjbar, Sascha Hornauer, Jonas Fredriksson et al
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles. Vol. In Press
Journal article

Towards Safe Autonomous Driving

Arian Ranjbar
Doctoral thesis

Scene Novelty Prediction from Unsupervised Discriminative Feature Learning

Arian Ranjbar, Chun-Hsiao Yeh, Sascha Hornauer et al
2020 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC)
Paper in proceeding

Driving scene retrieval by example from large-scale data

Sascha Hornauer, Baladitya Yellapragada, Arian Ranjbar et al
Paper in proceeding

Predicted road traffic fatalities in Germany: The potential and limitations of vehicle safety technologies from passive safety to highly automated driving

Nils Lübbe, Hanna Jeppsson, Arian Ranjbar et al
Conference proceedings International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI. Vol. 2018-September, p. 17-52
Paper in proceeding

Integrated bicyclist protection systems - potential of head injury reduction combining passive and active protection systems

Rikard Fredriksson, Arian Ranjbar, Erik Rosén
24th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles
Paper in proceeding

Overview of main accident scenarios in car-tocyclist accidents for use in AEB-system test protocol

Olaf op den Camp, Arian Ranjbar, Jeroen Uittenbogaard et al
Other conference contribution

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