ITSS Germany PhD Dissertation Award
The IEEE ITSS Germany – Best PhD Dissertation Award is given every two years for the best PhD dissertation in any ITS area that is innovative and relevant to practice.
This award has been established to encourage doctoral research in Germany that combines theory and practice, makes in-depth technical contributions, or is interdisciplinary in nature, having the potential to contribute to the ITSS and broaden the ITS topic areas from either the methodological or application perspectives.
|2021/ 2022||First Prize: Dr. Alina Roitberg, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)Title: Uncertainty-aware Models for Deep Learning-based Human Activity Recognition in Intelligent Vehicles|
|Second Prize: Dr. Philipp Sieberg, University of Duisburg-EssenTitle: Hybrid Methods in Vehicle Dynamics State Estimation and Control – Exploiting Potentials and Ensuring Reliability|
|2019/ 2020||First Prize: Dr. Tobias Rehder, University of Duisburg-EssenTitle: Learning Lane Change Behavior to Enable Situation Awareness for Automated Driving on Highways|
|Second Prize: Dr. Mihaela-Simona Circiu, RWTH Aachen UniversityTitle: Integrity Aspects for Dual-Frequency Dual-Constellation Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS)|