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          呂建波:Intelligent Vehicular Systems and Control

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          Dr. Jianbo Lu received his Ph.D. degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Purdue University (1997). From 1997 to 2000, he was an advanced project engineer at Delphi Corp. Since 2000, he has been with Ford Motor Company, where he is currently the Technical Expert and Group Leader in Robotics and Intelligent Vehicles at the Research & Innovation Center. He authored about 90 publications in journals, conferences and books in dynamical system & controls and their applications. He holds 139 US patents in automotive controls, active safety and driver assistance, and intelligent vehicles. He was awarded 2 times with the highest Ford corporate award—the Henry Ford Technology Award (in 2002 and 2013)—for developing and implementing automotive technologies with significant business impact. Applications of his work can be found in a number of current implementations in tens of millions of vehicles. Dr. Lu is on the Editorial Board of Int. J. of Vehicle Autonomous Systems and Int. J. of Vehicle Performance. He was an Associate Editor for the IEEE Trans. on Control Systems Technology (2010-2016) and the IFAC J. of Control Practice Engineering (2008-2014). He served as the Vice Chair for Industry and Application at the 2015’s American Control Conference. Dr. Lu is the founding Co-Chair of the Technical Committee on “Intelligent Vehicular Systems and Control” under the IEEE Society of System, Man and Cybernetics. He is a Senior Member of IEEE.
          Mobility is one of the most important human activities, not only because of its relationship with traffic, but also because of its impact on several other dimensions. Making mobility smart aims to developing intelligent means, including both physical and cyber-physical systems, to move people and goods inter or intra cities with the ultimate goal of zero fatality, zero injury, zero emission, zero carbon footprint, zero traffic congestion, and zero unnecessary energy waste. Vehicular systems, as one of the intelligent means, currently see many technology advancements ranging from connected systems to autonomous vehicles. Control plays an essential role in delivering the functions for a vehicular system to move intelligently to achieve smart mobility goals. In this talk, we examine the relationship among mobility, vehicular systems, and its controls, and provide some of the industrial trends and examples on how to use vehicular technologies to advance modern mobility.