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CAT Vehicle 2019

This video describes my experience with the CAT Vehicel REU program at the University of Arizona during the 2019 summer. During this program, I realized I enjoy making games for reinforcement learning and what I wanted to research in graduate school. I would recommend this program due to the great mentors who supported me and the friends I made over the summer.

Video about Chris's CAT Vehicle Project: showing that a vehicle with FollowerStopper in a singular lane without merges will not crash and that it will be string stable, effectively dissipating human-caused traffic waves if enough vehicles are deployed in the traffic flow.

Video of Daniels project: checking whether the velocity controller, FollowerStopper, is safe and string stable. 

This silly video provides a brief overview of what our group (Jill Alexander and I) accomplished during our time at the UofA CAT Vehicle REU.

Video by 2019 CAT Vehicle Alum Jill Alexander. 

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