Drd. Ing. Bogdan Trasnea
Transilvania University of Brasov
Ing. Bogdan Trasnea recieved the Dipl.-Eng. Degree in Control Engineering and Computer Science from the Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania, in 2014. In the same year he joined the Robotics, Vision and Control Laboratory, as a researcher. In July 2016 he finished studying Advanced Systems in Automation and Information Technologies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science , and obtained his master's degree. In 2017 he started his PhD in the autonomous driving domain.
Since 2014: Researcher at the ROVIS Lab at the Institute of Automation, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania.
Since 5 August, 2013: Software Engineer - Driver Assistance Domain, Elektrobit Automotive Romania.
October 2010 - 30 September 2014: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Transilvania University of Brasov, Diploma Engineer (graduated second of the 2014 promotion).
October 2014 - July 2016: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Transilvania University of Brasov, Master's degree.
October 2017 - Present: Transilvania University of Brasov, PhD Student.
S. Grigorescu, B.Trasnea, T.T. Cocias, G. Macesanu, “A Survey of Deep Learning Techniques for Autonomous Driving”, Journal Of Field Robotics, DOI: 10.1002/rob.21918, 2019
B. Trasnea, C.Pozna, S. Grigorescu, " AIBA: An AI Model for Behavior Arbitration in Autonomous Driving" Multi-disciplinary Trends in Artificial Intelligence, p.191, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-33709-4
S.M. Grigorescu T. Bogdan M. Liviu V. Andrei and C. Tiberiu "NeuroTrajectory: A Neuroevolutionary Approach to Local State Trajectory Learning for Autonomous Vehicles" IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters Oct. 2019
2014: 1st place at the Students Scientific Session, for the work "Robust filtering techniques used in the detection and classification of objects of interest, in traffic video sequences".
2015: 1st place at the Students Scientific Session, for the work "Robust method of detecting achromatic traffic signs, by using the Discrete Fourier Transform.".