Vilhelm Verendel

Research Engineer at CSE Verksamhetsstöd

I got my PhD in complex systems in 2016. In the academic year 2017-2018 I was a visiting fellow at Oxford University. I am currently in the Data Science and AI division in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Chalmers and I specialize in machine learning. I lead the Data Science Research Engineers unit working on research connected to CHAIR (Chalmers Artificial Intelligence Research centre).

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Showing 21 publications

2021

Functional ANOVA modelling of pedestrian counts on streets in three European cities

David Bolin, Vilhelm Verendel, Meta Berghauser Pont et al
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A, (Statistics in Society). Vol. In Press
Journal article
2021

MENA compared to Europe: The influence of land use, nuclear power, and transmission expansion on renewable electricity system costs

Hanna Ek Fälth, Dan Atsmon, Lina Reichenberg et al
Energy Strategy Reviews. Vol. 33
Journal article
2020

Disparities in travel times between car and transit: Spatiotemporal patterns in cities

Yuan Liao, Jorge Gil, Rafael H. M. Pereira et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 10 (1)
Journal article
2020

Drag-mode airborne wind energy vs. wind turbines: An analysis of power production, variability and geography

Elena Malz, Fredrik Hedenus, Lisa Göransson et al
Energy. Vol. 193
Journal article
2020

Computing the power profiles for an Airborne Wind Energy system based on large-scale wind data

Elena Malz, Vilhelm Verendel, Sebastien Gros
Renewable Energy. Vol. 162, p. 766-778
Journal article
2020

Deep learning suggests that gene expression is encoded in all parts of a co-evolving interacting gene regulatory structure

Jan Zrimec, Christoph Sebastian Börlin, Filip Buric et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 11 (1)
Journal article
2019

Measuring Traffic in Cities Through a Large-Scale Online Platform

Vilhelm Verendel, Sonia Yeh
Journal of Big Data Analytics in Transportation. Vol. 1 (2-3), p. 161-173
Journal article
2018

Do national strategies under the UN biodiversity and climate conventions address agricultural commodity consumption as deforestation driver?

Sabine Henders, Madelene Ostwald, Vilhelm Verendel et al
Land Use Policy. Vol. 70, p. 580-590
Journal article
2017

Fermi's paradox, Extraterrestrial Life and the Future of Humanity: a Bayesian Analysis

Vilhelm Verendel, Olle Häggström
International Journal of Astrobiology. Vol. 16 (1), p. 14-18
Journal article
2016

Models of Cooperation, Learning and Catastrophic Risk

Vilhelm Verendel
Doctoral thesis
2016

Strategic reasoning and bargaining in catastrophic climate change games

Vilhelm Verendel, Daniel Johansson, Kristian Lindgren
Nature Climate Change (3), p. 265-268
Journal article
2015

A cobweb model of land-use competition between food and bioenergy crops

Liv Lundberg, Emma Jonson, Kristian Lindgren et al
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. Vol. 53, p. 1-14
Journal article
2013

Evolutionary Exploration of the Finitely Repeated Prisoners' Dilemma -- The Effect of Out-of-Equilibrium Play

Kristian Lindgren, Vilhelm Verendel
Games. Vol. 4 (1), p. 1-20
Journal article
2010

Some Problems in Quantified Security

Vilhelm Verendel
Licentiate thesis
2009

Adaptive Dynamics of Realistic Small-World Networks

Olof Mogren, Oskar Sandberg, Vilhelm Verendel et al
European Conference on Complex Systems 2009, p. 12-
Paper in proceeding
2009

Quantified Security is a Weak Hypothesis: A critical survey of results and assumptions

Vilhelm Verendel
Proceedings of NSPW’09, September 8–11, 2009, Oxford, United Kingdom, p. 37-49
Paper in proceeding
2008

A Prospect Theory approach to Security

Vilhelm Verendel
Report
2008

An Approach to using Honeypots in In-Vehicle Networks

Vilhelm Verendel, Dennis Nilsson, Ulf Larson et al
68th Semi-Annual IEEE Vehicular Technology, VTC 2008-Fall, Conference; Calgary, AB; Canada; 21 September 2008 through 24 September 2008
Paper in proceeding

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Showing 6 research projects

2021–2023

Crowd Movement. Predicting pedestrian movement in public space.

Meta Berghauser Pont Urban Design and Planning
Ioanna Stavroulaki Urban Design and Planning
Lars Marcus Urban Design and Planning
Vilhelm Verendel Data Science Research Engineers
Oscar Ivarsson Data Science Research Engineers
VINNOVA
Chalmers

2019–

Using AI to find greentech innovations

Vilhelm Verendel Data Science Research Engineers
Fredrik Hedenus Physical Resource Theory
Chalmers

2019–2020

Digital Twin of Transport Infrastructure – combining the power of data & model

Kamyab Zandi Structural Engineering
Vilhelm Verendel Data Science Research Engineers
Oscar Ivarsson CSE Verksamhetsstöd
Rongzhen Chen CSE Verksamhetsstöd
Chalmers

2018–2019

STEPFlow_Spatio-temporal modelling and estimation of pedestrian flow

David Bolin Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Vilhelm Verendel CSE Verksamhetsstöd
Oscar Ivarsson CSE Verksamhetsstöd
Ioanna Stavroulaki Urban Design and Planning
Meta Berghauser Pont Urban Design and Planning
Chalmers

2017–2017

Pre-study of research and societal needs for a test bed for hydrographic surveying

Ida-Maja Hassellöv Maritime Environmental Sciences
Leif Eriksson Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
Vilhelm Verendel Data Science Research Engineers
Chalmers

2017–2017

Big Data for Airborne Wind Energy Systems Optimization

Sébastien Gros Automatic Control
Fredrik Hedenus Physical Resource Theory
Vilhelm Verendel Physical Resource Theory
Chalmers

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