Frederik Gustafsson Plenary Lecture

Frederik Gustafsson T1: To be announced, room: To be announced
Title: Automotive Sensor Mining for Tire Pressure Monitoring
Name: Fredrik Gustafsson
Affiliation: Sensor Informatics at Department of Electrical Engineering, Linköping University

Abstract: The wheel speed sensor provides a rich source of information for monitoring the state of the car, in particular the driveline, as well as the road condition. The presentation gives examples of how wheel speed and other on-board sensors can be used to detect and grade different faults in the car, as well as changes in the road surface. Particular attention is given to a tire pressure monitoring system, today deployed in more than 10 million cars, that is based on extensive sensor fusion and diagnosis algorithms.

Biography: Fredrik Gustafsson is professor in Sensor Informatics at Department of Electrical Engineering, Link\"oping University. His research interests are in stochastic signal processing, adaptive filtering and change detection, with applications to communication, vehicular, airborne, and audio systems. He is a co-founder of the companies NIRA Dynamics (automotive safety systems), Softube (audio effects) and SenionLab (indoor positioning systems).He was an associate editor for IEEE Transactions of Signal Processing 2000-2006, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 2010-2012, and EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing 2007-2012. He was awarded the Arnberg prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Science (KVA) 2004, elected member of the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) 2007, and elevated to IEEE Fellow 2011. He is the author of the Wiley textbook ‘Adaptive Filtering and Change Detection’. He was awarded the Harry Rowe Mimno Award 2011 for the tutorial "Particle Filter Theory and Practice with Positioning Applications", which was published in the AESS Magazine in July 2010, and was co-author of "Smoothed state estimates under abrupt changes using sum-of-norms regularization" that received the Automatica paper prize in 2014.