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SAS KICK-OFF EVENT

EU H2020 MSCA-ETN SAS kicked off in Bruges on July 2-3, 2019. On July 2nd, the day started with a detailed introduction regarding the practical arrangements on the SAS Project Management followed by the Early Stage Researchers’ (ESRs’) pitch presentations on their background, project and host institute.Three parallel sessions regarding the three scientific work packages were held in the afternoon ...

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Orian Dheu, ESR15 (KU Leuven)

Orian DHEU is early stage researcher 15 for the ETN-SAS project. He will carry out his research on the legal and liability issues related to the development and deployment of autonomous transportation systems. His research will be conducted at the Center for IT & IP law (CiTiP) of KU Leuven’s Faculty of Law. Orian studied his bachelor’s degree at Paris ...

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Haris Aftab, ESR13 (University of York)

Haris Aftab is an early stage researcher for the ETN-Safer Autonomous Systems (SAS) project. He will be carrying out research in safety assurance of patients using AI based chat bot applications in the area of healthcare. The research will be conducted in University of York and in collaboration with KU Leuven, LAAS, and PMT. Haris has recently completed his master ...

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Vibhu Gautam, ESR 11 (University of York)

Vibhu Gautam is an early stage researcher for the ETN-SAS ESR 11 project. He will carry out research in assurance-case structures for machine learning in the decision making of highly autonomous systems. This research will be conducted at University of York, U.K. Vibhu has studied System on Chip at the University of Southampton, where he graduated with a Master’s degree ...

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Fang Yan, ESR10 (University of York)

Fang Yan is an early stage researcher for the ETN-Charming ERS 10 project. She will carry out research in making the transition from static assurance cases during design-time to executable assurance cases during run-time. This research will be conducted at University of York. Fang has her bachelor degree in Electronic and Information Engineering at Civil Aviation University of China, and ...

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Hassan Tirmizi, ESR-9 (KU Leuven)

Hassan Tirmizi completed his Bachelor’s in Electrical engineering from Pakistan in 2015 specializing in Electrical Power systems and Renewable energy. He subsequently joined the joint EU funded Masters programme in Sustainable Transportation of Energy and Electrical Power systems (EMMC STEPS) as an Erasmus Mundus scholar and spent a semester each at the University of Nottingham(UK), University of Oviedo(Spain), and the ...

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Ahmad Adee, ESR8 (Bosch)

Ahmad Adee is the Early Stage Researcher 8 (ESR-8) for the project MSCA ETN-SAS (Safer Autonomous Systems). His objectives are to explore propagation paths of functional insufficiencies in software intensive systems using Model Based System Analysis (MBSA) techniques, with the inclusion of probabilistic analysis. The research activity will be conducted in Robert Bosch Campus, Renningen. Ahmad has studied Mechatronics Engineering ...

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Zaid Tahir, ESR7 (University of York)

Zaid Tahir is an early stage researcher (ESR) for the MSCA ETN-SAS project, as ESR7. He will do research and development for testing methodologies and prototype tools for simulated-situation testing of autonomous cars in an urban road environment, using a concept of situation coverage to guide the testing. Zaid did his bachelors in Avionics Engineering from National University of Sciences ...

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Luca Vittorio Sartori, ESR6 (LAAS-CNRS)

Luca Vittorio Sartori is an early stage researcher at the LAAS-CNRS in Toulouse for the Safer Autonomous System (SAS) project. He is interested in how to generate virtual worlds to maximise the coverage of critical test cases in simulation, to improve the software testing of autonomous robots. After obtaining his B.Sc. in Padua, he moved to Politecnico di Milano for ...

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Aleksandr Ovechkin, ESR5 (KU Leuven)

Aleksandr Ovechkin is an early stage researcher 5 (ESR5) of the MSCA-ETN SAS project who will be working on his research in KU Leuven, Bruges Campus (Belgium). His main activity will be mainly focused on the dependable wireless connection capable to work under fault conditions in a harsh electromagnetic environment. Aleksandr was graduated from NRU “MPEI” (Russia) with Master’s degree ...

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