CS591CAS is the weekly research reading seminar on Cyber-Physical & Autonomous Systems. We select contemporary papers of interest and students lead discussions of them each week.
To suggest a paper, open an issue on the Github page.
We'll close the issue when we schedule the paper.
We have a slack channel for discussions on autonomous systems within the sysnet workspace.
Also, if you are interested in more general systems and networking and want to learn about cutting-edge research, do check out the systems seminar as well.
For the Fall 2019 term, Reading Group meets on Wednesdays, 4:00pm - 4:50pm in Siebel Center 3405.
|8/28/2019||NO CLASS AS SIBIN IS TRAVELLING|
|9/04/2019||ML-Based Fault Injection for Autonomous Vehicles: A Case for Bayesian Fault Injection||Slides||Kyo Kim|
|9/11/2019||1)Adversarial examples that fool detectors
2)Standard detectors aren’t (currently) fooled by physical adversarial stop signs
|9/18/2019||1)Autonomous Driving System based on Deep Q Learning
2)Driverless Car: Autonomous Driving Using Deep Reinforcement Learning in Urban Environment