WASP Doctoral Theses

These works was partially supported by the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

Victor Fors
Linköping University
Title of thesis: Autonomous Vehicle Maneuvering at the Limit of Friction
Date of dissertation: 2020-12-10

Mia Kokic
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Title of thesis: Learning for Task-Oriented Grasping
Date of dissertation: 2020-10-22

Veronika Domova
Linköping University
Title of thesis: Designing visualization and interaction for industrial control rooms of the future
Date of dissertation: 2020-08-21

Jiexiong Tang
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Title of thesis: Deep Learning Assisted Visual Odometry
Date of dissertation: 2020-06-12

Oskar Ljungqvist
Linköping University
Title of thesis: Motion planning and feedback control techniques with applications to long tractor-trailer vehicles
Date  of dissertation: 2020-05-29

Olov Andersson
Linköping University
Title of thesis: Learning to Make Safe Real-Time Decisions Under Uncertainty for Autonomous Robots
Date of dissertation: 2020-04-29

Rebekka Wohlrab
Chalmers University of Technology
Industrial PhD student at Systemite AB
Title of thesis: Living Boundary Objects to Support Agile Inter-Team Coordination at Scale
Date of dissertation: 2020-04-15

Victor Millnert
Lund University
Title of thesis: A Timely Journey Through the Cloud
Date of dissertation: 2019-09-13

Bertil Grelsson
Linköping University
Industrial PhD student at Saab AB
Title of thesis: Vision-based Localization and Attitude Estimation Methods in Natural Environments
Date of dissertation: 2019-04-26

Fabijan Aleksander
Malmö University
Title of thesis: Data-Driven Software Development at Large Scale: from Ad-Hoc Data Collection to Trustworthy Experimentation
Date of dissertation: 2018-06-15

Martin Danelljan
Linköping University
Title of thesisLearning Convolution Operators for Visual Tracking
Date of dissertation: 2018-06-11