Lennart Svensson

Professor, Electrical engineering

Lennart Svensson is Professor in Signal Processing. His research interests include nonlinear filtering, multi-target tracking, deep learning, Bayesian inference and reinforcement learning.
Undergraduate courses
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) 
Multi-object tracking for automotive systems 

PhD courses (taught occasionally/on-demand)
Deep learning and GANs​ (taught at WASP-AI) ​
Reinforcement learning 
Multi-object tracking (builds on the above MOOC)
In the “Flipping classroom teaching" video we provide an introduction to the concept of flipped classroom teaching and explain some of the key arguments in favour of that teaching style. The second video describes how we flipped a Masters course (SSY320) at Chalmers University of Technology, during the fall 2014. We also go through what the teacher and the students thought about the experience.
Here is a video that introduces the Generalized optimal sub-pattern assignment metric (GOSPA)  for which we received a paper award.​

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