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March 27, 2019 || By: || Stanford News Service

In order to make autonomous cars navigate more safely in difficult conditions – like icy roads – researchers are developing... MORE

March 7, 2018 || By: || Stanford Magazine

Stephen Zoepf, executive director of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford, has a... MORE

January 23, 2018 || By: || Stanford's Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series

On the racetrack, the checkered flag goes to the car that’s driven to its limits and maneuvered decisively in the moment. On a... MORE

October 14, 2017 || By: || Robohub

In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Chris Gerdes, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, about... MORE

May 30, 2017 || By: || ICRA

ICRA 2017 Plenary: Singapore

Modeling the possibilities: From the Chalkboard to the Race Track to the World... MORE

May 2, 2017 || By: || Stanford Engineering YouTube Channel

The Future of Everything is a @SiriusXMRadio show hosted by @StanfordUniversity professor Russ Altman. Tonight before a live... MORE

December 12, 2016 || By: || Nextgov

Today, federal chief innovation officers are significantly less common than the emerging role of chief data officer,... MORE

December 6, 2016 || By: || STANFORD NEWS

When human drivers retake control of an autonomous car, the transition could be problematic, depending on how conditions have... MORE

December 6, 2016 || By: || POPULAR SCIENCE

The sort-of-self-driving cars of the near future might pose a problem.

Long before we have fully autonomous cars – ones... MORE

November 18, 2016 || By: || National Endowment for the Arts Magazine

Chris Gerdes might not be reinventing the wheel, but he is certainly reinventing the way we use it. Gerdes is a professor... MORE

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Mar 27 2019 | Stanford News Service
In order to make autonomous cars navigate more safely in difficult conditions – like icy roads – researchers are developing new control systems that learn from real-world driving experiences while leveraging insights from physics.
Mar 7 2018 | Stanford Magazine
Stephen Zoepf, executive director of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford, has a wager with a friend over the future of driverless cars. His friend is the bullish one. He’s betting that by May 27, 2024, a commercially available autonomous car will be able to transport Zoepf from a Las...
On the racetrack, the checkered flag goes to the car that’s driven to its limits and maneuvered decisively in the moment. On a two-lane road, the split-second act of passing a vehicle stopped in front of you becomes a way more complicated call when algorithms are in control. Autonomous-vehicle...
Oct 14 2017 | Robohub
In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Chris Gerdes, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, about designing high-performance autonomous vehicles. The idea is to make vehicles safer, as Gerdes says, he wants to “develop vehicles that could avoid any accident that can be avoided...
May 30 2017 | ICRA
ICRA 2017 Plenary: Singapore Modeling the possibilities: From the Chalkboard to the Race Track to the World Beyond

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