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About Me

PhD, expert in cooperative localization of autonomous vehicles

"Collaborative strategies for a maximum efficiency and reliability"

Khaoula Lassoued

  • Robotic-Embedded Systems
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Cooperative Localization
  • Data Fusion
  • PhD-Engineer

Experience

Responsibilities completed
  • Technical specification and functional requirements
  • Data fusion for accurate localization
  • Localization via infrastructure
  • R&D project management
  • Interface between research and industrial partners
  • Architectures for autonomous vehicles (in-vehicle sensors position)
Company Description

Europe's leading private operator of public transportation systems and 2nd one internationally

Company website

https://www.transdev.com/en/

Graduate Teaching and Research

Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC), Sorbonne
2013 to 2016
Responsibilities completed
  • Research and development of new accurate cooperative localization algorithms
  • Odometry, IMU, Gyro, Compass, GNSS and Lidar measurements fusion
  • Experimental tests, treatment and validation of raw GNSS data, inertial and relatives distances, GNSS Integrity for navigation
  • Bayesian and Set-Membership methods
  • Statistical methods for Engineer (Graduate teaching)
  • Sensors for intelligent systems (RTMAPS for Wifibots programming in real time)
    (Engineering teaching)
  • Basics of algorithmic and C programming (Engineering teaching)
  • Electricity (Graduate teaching)
Company Description

The University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC) was founded in 1972 as France’s first experimental technological university. It is both a French national university and an engineering school. The UTC won the 1st place in the Eduniversal 2017/18 ranking in the postgraduate engineering schools category. The World University Rankings in 2018 is 601-800

Company website

https://www.utc.fr

Master Project

Institut Supérieur d’Automobile et des Transports (ISAT)
2011 to 2012
Responsibilities completed
  • Images and videos processing using a very high speed camera
  • Development of image analysis algorithms
  • Numerical methods for fluid flow and convection simulations