The joint team Memento (Modeling autonomous vehicles in traffic flow) between Inria and Vanderbilt University aims at developing a unified micro-macro approach for traffic management involving human and autonomous vehicles drivers by providing analytical and numerical tools for traffic modeling, monitoring, and control. We are interested in designing a general micro-macro model both satisfying basic analytical properties guaranteeing well-posedness and being realistic for mixed traffic applications. We want to provide constructive results that can be implemented in real test-bed implementation.
George Gunter and Raphael Stern visited Inria in November and December 2018. During their visit we worked on model stability for traffic. Raphael Stern gave a seminar at Gipsa-Lab (Department of Control) on work related to the associated team.
The joint team Memento (Modeling autonomous vehicles in traffic flow) between Inria and Vanderbilt University is launched with the first visit to Vanderbilt University.