Awards for VIRTUAL VEHICLE!
Three prizes for VIRTUAL VEHICLE employees within shortest time at three international congresses.
CTS 2018, Italy
IFAC Young Author Award
Among all junior research staff attending the CTS symposium (IFAC Symposium on Control in Transportation Systems), the prize for the best paper received Ajanovic Zlatan of VIRTUAL VEHICLE. The paper is titled ” A Novel Model-Based Heuristic for Energy-Optimal Motion Planning for Automated Driving.”
Ajanovic Zlatan with “IFAC Young Author Award”
ECSEL JU Symposium, Belgium
At the ECSEL JU Symposium in Belgium, Michael Karner got the prize for “Best Project Presentation & Communication” for the project SCOTT. He presented the project during the event and won the first prize.
Michael Karner with the “Exhibition Award”
Best Presentation Certificate
Johannes Rumetshofer presented “A Generic and Modular Modeling Approach for Automotive Drivetrains Using a Coordinate Partitioning Method in der Session Dynamic Mechanical System Modeling and Analysis”at the IMSC2018 in Moscow. The Jury decided: 1st place!
Johannes Rumetshofer with “Best Presentation Certificate”
VIRTUAL VEHICLE congratulates!