Keynote session

Digitalization and dragons
Olle Häggström, Professor of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology

The energy and emissions impacts of autonomous vehicles
Paul N Leiby, Distinguished Research Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee

Societal effects session
Long term effects of autonomous vehicles
Anders Grauers, Associate Professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Specialist at the Swedish Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Centre

The function of built environment in the future automated transport system
Lars Marcus, Professor of Urban Design and Planning, Chalmers University of Technology

The City of Gothenburg adapts to future transport systems
Malin Andersson. Head of Department Development and International Affairs, Urban Transport Administration, City of Gothenburg

Changing spaces, changing practices: A Historical perspective to major transformations in transport system
Tiina Männistö-Funk, PhD, Department of Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology

Auto-charging of electric vehicles
Mats Alaküla, Professor in Industrial Electrical Engineering, Lund University

Technological challenges session

COPPLAR: A Platform for Research on Self-Driving Functionality for Inner-City-like Environments.
Christian Berger, Associate professor, Software Engineering, University of Gothenburg

Should autonomous cars have several driving styles?
Selpi, PhD, Department of Applied Mechanics, Chalmers University of Technology

Functional safety
Christian Grante, technical specialist in autonomous systems and safety at AB Volvo

Revere – A new arena for interdisciplinary research and open innovation
Fredrik von Corswant, ReVeRe (Research Vehicle Resource) Lab

Securing autonomous vehicles
Tomas Olovsson, Associate professor, Computer Science and Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology
Legal framework related to self-driving vehicles
Jan Hellåker, Programme Director, Drive Sweden

Digitalisation session – utilisation of the technology

Things happening in, around and to freight transportation - Some observations
Per-Olof Arnäs, Senior Lecturer, Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology

Sharing large naturalistic driving datasets while respecting privacy
Helena Gellerman, area manager Field Operational Test, SAFER

Sharing gains and pains - service needs for safe and efficient platooning
Anders Berger, Transport Solution Specialist at Volvo Technology

Freight transport services and autonomous vehicles
Michael Browne, Professor of Logistics and Urban Freight Transport, University of Gothenburg

Mobility as a Service, as a tool for changing people's travel behavior
MariAnne Karlsson, Professor in Human-Technology Systems, Product and Production Development, Chalmers University of Technology

Published: Fri 28 Oct 2016. Modified: Mon 09 Jan 2017