Program at a glance

Dec 2, 2013

08:00-12:00 (Breakout)
  • Committee Meetings
  • Tutorial (09:00-12:00):
        IEEE Standards Education - Emerging Technologies and Standardization: Importance and Risks
  • Tutorial (09:00-12:00):
        V2V Safety Communications: An overview and examination of technical challenges
  • 13:00-15:30 (Plenary)
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Keynote Speeches
  • 15:30-16:00
  • Tea Break
  • 16:00-18:30 (Plenary)
  • Keynote Speeches
  • 19:00-21:00 (Plenary)
  • Reception
  • 17:00-18:30
  • Exhibits


  • Dec 3, 2013

    07:15-10:00 (Plenary)
  • Breakfast
  • Keynote Speeches (08:00-09:30)
  • 10:00-12:00 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Standards for Connected Vehicles
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 1
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 1
  • Technical Session:
        Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 1
  • Technical Session:
        Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 1
  • 12:00-13:30 (Plenary)
  • Lunch
  • Keynote Speeches
  • 13:30-15:30 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Big Data, Cloud, and other IT for Connected Vehicles
  • Industry Forum: Connected Transportation Management
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 2
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 2
  • Technical Session:
        Automotive Electronics and Automatic Control - 1
  • Technical Session:
        Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 2
  • 15:30-16:00
  • Tea Break
  • 16:00-18:30 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Innovation and Standards in V2I Communication
  • Industry Forum: Big Data and Big Opportunities
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 3
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 3
  • Technical Session:
        Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 2
  • Technical Session:
        Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 3
  • 10:00-17:00
  • Exhibits


  • Dec 4, 2013

    07:15-10:00 (Plenary)
  • Breakfast
  • Keynote Speeches (08:00-09:30)
  • 10:00-12:00 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Electric Vehicle & Smart Grid
  • Industry Forum: Intelligent and Automated Vehicle
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 4
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 5
  • Technical Session:
        Mobile Internet, Spatial and Social Systems, Internet of Things - 1
  • Technical Session:
        Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 3
  • 12:00-13:30 (Plenary)
  • Lunch
  • Keynote Speeches
  • 13:30-15:30 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Automotive Electronics for Connected Vehicles
  • Industry Forum: EV, Smart Grid, and Clean Transportation - I
  • Technical Session:
        Practices, Standards, Policy, Economics, and Social Implications
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 4
  • Technical Session:
        Mobile Internet, Spatial and Social Systems, Internet of Things - 2
  • Technical Session:
        Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 4
  • 15:30-16:00
  • Tea Break
  • 16:00-18:00 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Connected Passenger Vehicles & Consumer Experience
  • Industry Forum: EV, Smart Grid, and Clean Transportation - II
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 6
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 7
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 5
  • Technical Session:
        Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 5
  • 10:00-17:00
  • Exhibits


  • Dec 5, 2013

    07:15-10:00 (Plenary)
  • Breakfast
  • Keynote Speeches (08:00-09:30)
  • 10:00-12:00 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Intelligent Transportation Systems & Automated Vehicle
  • Industry Forum: Telematics and Mobile Internet
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 8
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 9
  • Technical Session:
        Science without Borders (remote presentations) - 1
  • Technical Session:
        Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 4
  • 12:00-13:30 (Plenary)
  • Lunch
  • Keynote Speeches
  • 13:30-15:30 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Connected Infotainment: An Expert Panel Discussion
  • Industry Forum: Safety and Efficiency
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 10
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 11
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 6
  • Technical Session:
        Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 5
  • 15:30-16:00
  • Tea Break
  • 16:00-18:00 (Breakout)
  • Summit: Connected Vehicle Activities in Southeast Michigan
  • Industry Forum: Privacy, Security and Sociability
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 12
  • Technical Session:
        Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 13
  • Technical Session:
        Mobile Internet, Spatial and Social Systems, Internet of Things - 3
  • Technical Session:
        Science without Borders (remote presentations) - 2
  • 19:00-21:00 (Plenary)
  • Banquet
  • Keynote Speeches
  • 10:00-15:30
  • Exhibits


  • Dec 6, 2013

    07:15-10:00 (Plenary)
  • Breakfast
  • Keynote Speeches (08:00-09:30)
  • 10:00-12:00 (Breakout)
  • Summit & Lightning Talks: Business Models & User Acceptance
  • Posters & Demos
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 7
  • Technical Session:
        Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 8
  • Technical Session:
        Automotive Electronics and Automatic Control - 2
  • Technical Session:
        Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 6
  • 12:00-13:30 (Plenary)
  • Awards Ceremony
  • 13:30-18:00
  • Technical Tours




  • Keynote and summit speakers are listed here.





    Tutorial: IEEE Standards Education - Emerging Technologies and Standardization: Importance and Risks
    09:00-12:00, Dec 2, 2013

    Speaker:
    Yatin Trivedi
    Chair, IEEE Standards Education Committee;
    Member of the Standards Board, IEEE Standards Association

    Abstract:
    As new technologies emerge, when is the appropriate time to identify the need for standards? How do you identify interested parties and bring them together to collaborate under single roof? In this tutorial, we will present the important concepts behind OpenStand, a modern paradigm for standardization, and use case studies to explain how some of the previously emerging technologies have benefited from the strong governance platform provided under IEEE Standards Association.



    Tutorial: V2V Safety Communications: An overview and examination of technical challenges
    09:00-12:00, Dec 2, 2013

    Speakers:
    John B. Kenney
    Principal Researcher, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA
    Gaurav Bansal
    Researcher, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA

    Abstract:
    In this tutorial we cover the most important aspects of dedicated short range communications (DSRC) technology, currently being considered for deployment in North America, Europe, and other parts of the world. DSRC is used to communicate vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to/from-infrastructure (V2I), enabling a set of compelling applications for safety, mobility, commerce, and environmental improvement. This tutorial focuses on the safety use case. The tutorial material includes the various layers of the protocol stack, V2V & V2I collision avoidance applications, and the technical challenges that are being addressed on the path to deployment. We will talk about government-sponsored field tests, like the US DOT Safety Pilot and the European DRIVE C2X, which are moving the technology out of the lab and into realistic vehicular environments. After presenting the basics of DSRC, we focus on one specific research problem that is currently of great interest: DSRC Channel Congestion. We discuss the merits of various approaches to address congestion, including avoidance and active control, as well as targets for control (message rate, transmit power, bit rate, and advanced techniques like carrier sense control). Finally, as a case study we will discuss our specific research on adaptive message rate control. The primary goal of the tutorial is to empower the attendee to participate in this important emerging technology, whether as a researcher, a developer, or a planner.



    Opening Ceremony & Keynotes
    13:00-18:30, Dec 2, 2013

    Chair:
    Lee Stogner
    Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative

    Keynote Speakers:
    Scott F. Belcher
    President and CEO, ITS America
    Xiaojing Wang
    Chairman, China ITS Industry Alliance;
    Vice Chairman, ITS China
    Robert Hebner
    IEEE Vice President, Technical Activities
    Gary L. Blank
    President, IEEE-USA 2014
    Elliot Garbus
    Vice President, Datacenter and Connected Systems Group, Intel Corporation;
    General Manager, Automotive Solutions Division, Intel Corporation




    Breakfast & Keynotes
    07:15-10:00, Dec 3, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Karen Bartleson
    President, IEEE Standards Association;
    Senior Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys, Inc.
    Paul Nikolich
    Chair, IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee




    Summit: Standards for Connected Vehicles
    10:00-12:00, Dec 3, 2013

    Chair:
    Paul Nikolich
    Chair, IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee

    Speakers:
    Steven B. Carlson
    Chair, IEEE P802.3bp Reduced Twisted Pair Gigabit Ethernet;
    Executive Secretary, IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group;
    President, High Speed Design, Inc.
    David Dwelley
    Chair, IEEE 802.3 Power over Data Lines Study Group
    Rick Kreifeldt
    Vice President, Research and Innovation, Corporate Technology Group, HARMAN International;
    Chairman and President, AVnu Alliance
    Jim Lansford
    Fellow, Global Standards at Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR);
    Chair, DSRC Coexistence Tiger Team, IEEE 802.11;
    Chair, Automotive Market Segment, Wi-Fi Alliance
    John B. Kenney
    Principal Researcher, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA
    Refi-Tugrul Guener
    Global V2X (5.9GHZ WAVE and ITS G5) Program Manager, Kapsch TrafficCom AG




    Lunch & Keynotes
    12:00-13:30, Dec 3, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Mark B. Kraeling
    Lead Product Manager, GE Transportation Systems




    Summit: Big Data, Cloud, and other IT for Connected Vehicles
    13:30-15:30, Dec 3, 2013

    Chair:
    Sanjay Goel
    Director of Research, NYS Center for Information Forensics and Assurance, UAlbany;
    Chair, Information Technology Management Department, UAlbany

    Speakers:
    Sanjay Goel
    Director of Research, NYS Center for Information Forensics and Assurance, UAlbany;
    Chair, Information Technology Management Department, UAlbany
    Yu Yuan
    Board Member, IEEE Standards Association Standards Board;
    Chair, Vehicular Technology, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society;
    President, Cate Global
    Narisa Chu
    Co-founder, CWLab International;
    Director of Research & Services, California State University – Northridge
    Alexander Gelman
    Vice President - Standards Activities, IEEE Communications Society;
    CTO, NETovations consulting group




    Summit: Innovation and Standards in V2I Communication
    16:00-18:30, Dec 3, 2013

    Chair:
    SM Hasan
    Lead RF Engineer, GE Global Research Center;
    Chair, IEEE Emerging Technologies Subcommittee on Innovation and Standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ISICT)

    Speakers:
    Barry Einsig
    Global Transportation Executive, Cisco Systems;
    Chair, Wireless Communications Committee, APTA;
    Chair, Transportation Management Forum, ITS America
    Roy Goudy
    Senior Principal Engineer, Nissan Technical Center North America;
    Vice President, VII Consortium
    Xinzhou Wu
    Principal Engineer/Manager, Qualcomm Research
    Carl K. Andersen
    Connected Vehicle Program Coordinator, Federal Highway Administration, USA
    Tony Markel
    Senior Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA
    Praveen R. Singh
    President & CEO, Arada Systems, Inc.




    Breakfast & Keynotes
    07:15-10:00, Dec 4, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Micheal Austin
    Vice President, BYD America
    Matthew J. Barth
    President-Elect, IEEE Intelligent Transportation System Society;
    Director, Center for Environmental Research and Technology, University of California-Riverside




    Summit: Electric Vehicle & Smart Grid
    10:00-12:00, Dec 4, 2013

    Chair:
    Victor Huang
    Standards Chair, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society;
    Vice President, Technology and Operations, Better World, Ltd

    Speakers:
    Joachim Taiber
    Director, Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, South Carolina, USA
    Micheal Austin
    Vice President, BYD America
    Lee Stogner
    Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative;
    President, Vincula Group
    Daniel Simounet
    Director, Transportation Market Segment in North America, ABB Inc.




    Lunch & Keynotes
    12:00-13:30, Dec 4, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Jim Frazer
    Chairman, US DOT ITS NTCIP 1213 "Electrical Lighting and Management Systems" Committee;
    Principal, Gridaptive Technologies




    Summit: Automotive Electronics for Connected Vehicles
    13:30-15:30, Dec 4, 2013

    Chair:
    William Lumpkins
    Chair, IEEE Committee on RFID;
    Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society;
    VP of Engineering, O & S Services Inc.

    Speakers:
    Wei-Bin Zhang
    VP Conferences, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society;
    Program Manager, California PATH Program, University of California at Berkeley
    Dave Anderson
    Senior Automotive Solutions Architect, Automotive Business Unit, NVIDIA
    Reza Ahy
    Chief Executive Officer, Wi2Wi Corp.




    Summit: Connected Passenger Vehicles & Consumer Experience
    16:00-18:00, Dec 4, 2013

    Chair:
    William Lumpkins
    Chair, IEEE Committee on RFID;
    Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society;
    VP of Engineering, O & S Services Inc.

    Speakers:
    William Lumpkins
    Chair, IEEE Committee on RFID;
    Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society;
    VP of Engineering, O & S Services Inc.
    Rick Kreifeldt
    Vice President, Research and Innovation, Corporate Technology Group, HARMAN International;
    Chairman and President, AVnu Alliance
    Steven Magee
    VP Embedded Systems, Cyber Group, Inc.
    Chad Kennedy
    Vice President of Engineering, Cellcontrol




    Breakfast & Keynotes
    07:15-10:00, Dec 5, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Xiaojing Wang
    Founder and Director, China National ITS Center;
    Chief Engineer, Research Institute of Highway, Chinese Ministry of Transport




    Summit: Intelligent Transportation Systems & Automated Vehicle
    10:00-12:00, Dec 5, 2013

    Chair:
    Mike Schagrin
    President, Schagrin Consulting International;
    Former Program Manager, Connected Vehicle Safety & Automation, USDOT ITS Joint Program Office

    Speakers:
    John E. Augustine
    Managing Director, U.S. Department of Transportation’s Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office (JPO)
    Roger Berg
    Vice President of Wireless Technologies, North American Research and Development, DENSO;
    Chair, ITS America Connected Vehicle Task Force
    Roy Goudy
    Senior Principal Engineer, Nissan Technical Center North America;
    Vice President, VII Consortium
    Jason Wagner
    Associate Transportation Researcher, Mobility Management Group, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
    Thomas DeCesar
    Associate, K&L Gates' Harrisburg office
    Huei Peng
    Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan;
    Associate Director, Michigan Mobility Transformation Center




    Lunch & Keynotes
    12:00-13:30, Dec 5, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Tao Zhang
    Chief Scientist for Cisco Connected Cars, Cisco Systems;
    Chair, IEEE Communications Society Technical Sub-Committee on Vehicular Networks and Telematics Applications




    Summit: Connected Infotainment: An Expert Panel Discussion
    13:30-15:30, Dec 5, 2013

    Chair:
    Janice Partyka
    Principal, JGP Services

    Speakers:
    Toshiro Muramatsu
    Director, Vehicle Information Technology Division Silicon Valley, Nissan Motor Company
    Louis Brugman
    Vice President of Product Planning, Pioneer Electronics Corporation
    Kevin Kitagawa
    Director, Strategic Marketing, Imagination Technologies, Inc.
    Henry Bzeih
    Chief Technology Strategist, Connected Car, Kia Motors
    Michel Gannage
    Founder & CEO, Ecrio Inc.




    Summit: Connected Vehicle Activities in Southeast Michigan
    16:00-18:00, Dec 5, 2013

    Chair:
    Greg Krueger
    Manager of the US DOT Southeast Michigan Connected Vehicle Test Bed;
    Connected Vehicle Program Manager, Leidos

    Speakers:
    Debby Bezzina
    Senior Program Manager, University of Michigan Transportation Institute, Ann Arbor, Michigan
    Lee Mixon
    President and Founder, Mixon Hill
    Walton Fehr
    Manager of Systems Engineering, Intelligent Transportation System Joint Program Office (ITS JPO)
    Tom Lusco
    Senior Systems Engineer, National ITS Architecture Team;
    Lead Developer, CVRIA Enterprise Viewpoint
    Dale Russell
    Chief Technical Officer, Talksum, Inc.
    Frank Perry
    Project Manager, Leidos




    Banquet & Keynotes
    19:00-21:00, Dec 5, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Lee Stogner
    Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative;
    President, Vincula Group
    Reinhard Pfliegl
    Managing Director, Austrian Association for Alternative Propulsion Systems (A3PS);
    General Chair, 2012 ITS World Congress




    Breakfast & Keynotes
    07:15-10:00, Dec 6, 2013

    Keynote Speakers:
    Brian Wynne
    President, Electric Drive Transportation Association
    Peggy Smedley
    Host, The Peggy Smedley Show;
    Editorial Director, Connected World magazine & Constructech;
    President, Specialty Publishing Co.




    Summit: Business Models & User Acceptance
    10:00-12:00, Dec 6, 2013

    Chair:
    Lee Stogner
    Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative;
    President, Vincula Group

    Speakers:
    Yu Yuan
    Board Member, IEEE Standards Association Standards Board;
    Chair, Vehicular Technology, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society;
    President, Cate Global
    More speakers will be lightning talk volunteers.

    5-min talk on your vision on Connected Vehicles, your company’s product, a nifty algorithm trick, thoughts triggered by ICCVE, or highlights of your thesis.
    Lightning Talks are short five minute talks on technical topics and social implications. About 16~20 talks will be presented in this 90-minute session. The point of a lightning talk is not to give a detailed talk but rather to present briefly the main point. The topics acceptable for talks are any subject that is ICCVE conference related. Come to talk about your vision or concerns of Connected Vehicles, your company’s product that fit with Connected Vehicles, a nifty algorithm trick, some thoughts triggered by presentations at the ICCVE conference, or if you are a student, share the highlight of your thesis project. The main goal of the talk is to make your point fast and we move on to the next subject. No hard and fast rule about the presentation format, no judgment either. However, the five-minute time limit is strictly enforced and you will be asked to stop at the end of 5 minutes. Speakers that desire to present lightning talks can sign up here or at the conference registration desk on a first come first serve basis before Wednesday noon. Speakers will need to provide name, affiliation, contact email, and most importantly the title of the talk. Each speaker is permitted five minutes to speak and zero to three slides for their presentation. Speakers must be present at the start of the session or their slot is forfeited to the next speaker signed up. Everyone should be prepared for this fun, dynamic and entertaining session! Come to be a speaker or a listener and share your experience throughout the ICCVE conference.




    Awards Ceremony
    12:00-13:30, Dec 6, 2013

    Chair:
    Yu Yuan
    Board Member, IEEE Standards Association Standards Board;
    Chair, Vehicular Technology, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society;
    President, Cate Global




    Industry Forum: Connected Transportation Management
    13:30-15:30, Dec 3, 2013

    Moderator:
    Mike Schagrin
    President, Schagrin Consulting International;
    Former Program Manager, Connected Vehicle Safety & Automation, USDOT ITS Joint Program Office

    Speeches:
    A Connected Vehicle World
    Brian Burkhard
    Vice President - National ITS Practice Leader, Transpo Group, USA
    Using Connected Vehicle Infrastructure to Manage Traffic
    Stephen Novosad
    Software and Systems Manager, Intelligent Transportation Systems, ATKINS, USA
    Tolling Industry Perspective on In-vehicle Mobile Technologies
    Neal Belitsky
    CEO, American Roads / American Roads Technologies, USA




    Industry Forum: Big Data and Big Opportunities
    16:00-18:00, Dec 3, 2013

    Moderator:
    Lee Stogner
    Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative;
    President, Vincula Group

    Speeches:
    The Future of Mobility - The Time to Engage is Now
    Guy Fraker
    Co-founder: CEO at get2kno, Inc.;
    Co-founder-Knowledge Services at AutnomouStuff, LLC, USA
    Delivering Intelligent Traveler-Centered Services Today
    Ben Miners
    VP Emerging Technologies, Intelligent Mechatronic Systems, Inc., Canada
    Infrastructure to Vehicle: Publishing traffic information to consumers & the connected car
    David Gerulski
    Vice President of Global Marketing, MetroTech Net, Inc., USA




    Industry Forum: Intelligent and Automated Vehicle
    10:00-12:00, Dec 4, 2013

    Moderator:
    Greg Krueger
    Manager of the US DOT Southeast Michigan Connected Vehicle Test Bed;
    Connected Vehicle Program Manager, Leidos

    Speeches:
    Roadmap to Connectivity and Automation: Understanding Test and Insurance Data, Regulations and Legal Liability
    Eric C. Williams, Esq.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, USA
    Connected-Automation, The Whole is Greater than the Sum of Its Parts
    Ryan D. Lamm
    Assistant Director R&D, Intelligent Vehicle Systems (ivs.swri.org), SwRI, USA
    Automotive state of art driving assistant systems reuses autonomous vehicles technologies
    Mostafa Taie
    Nile University & Valeo, Egypt
    Automated Longitudinal Vehicle Control on Freeway and Arterial Networks: ConOps and Testing
    Ismail Zohdy
    Leidos, USA




    Industry Forum: Electric Vehicle, Smart Grid, and Clean Transportation - I
    13:30-15:30, Dec 4, 2013

    Moderator:
    Victor Huang
    Standards Chair, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society;
    Vice President, Technology and Operations, Better World, Ltd

    Speeches:
    Flash charging technology for electric city buses allowing recharge along the route without affecting the operation of the line
    Daniel Simounet
    Director, Transportation Market Segment in North America, ABB Inc.
    Why Open Standards are Critical for Networked EV Charging Infrastructure
    Brett Hauser
    President, Greenlots
    A Model for Utility-enabled communication and Smart Charging
    Blair Farley
    Southern Company Services, Inc., USA




    Industry Forum: Electric Vehicle, Smart Grid, and Clean Transportation - II
    16:00-18:00, Dec 4, 2013

    Moderator:
    Lee Stogner
    Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative;
    President, Vincula Group

    Speeches:
    Development of Equivalent Circuits for Performance Evaluation of Fuel Cells
    Gorur Govinda Raju
    Emeritus Professor, University of Windsor, Canada
    Comparative Study of Enhanced Artificial Intelligence and Traditional Methods for Load Flow Solutions and Contingency Evaluation in Power Systems
    Hassan Kubba
    Professor, Baghdad University, Iraq
    Connecting a vehicle to the grid: Is the data flow as much important as the electron flow?
    Fabien Wloch
    ERDF, France




    Industry Forum: Telematics and Mobile Internet
    10:00-12:00, Dec 5, 2013

    Moderator:
    Alexander Gelman
    Vice President - Standards Activities, IEEE Communications Society;
    CTO, NETovations consulting group

    Speeches:
    Telematics & the Networked Society - Tracking the Pace of Change
    Ken Durand
    Vice President M2M Innovation, Ericsson
    METIS perspectives on Moving Networks in 5G
    Tommy Svensson
    Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden;
    Chairman, Swedish IEEE VT/COM/IT chapter
    Market trends in communication between vehicles and smart phones
    Mostafa Taie
    Nile University & Valeo, Egypt




    Industry Forum: Safety and Efficiency
    13:30-15:30, Dec 5, 2013

    Moderator:
    Victor Huang
    Standards Chair, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society;
    Vice President, Technology and Operations, Better World, Ltd

    Speeches:
    Bringing Connectivity to Automation
    Taylor Lochrane
    Federal Highway Administration, US DOT
    Vehicle Mapping and Traffic Knowledge
    Vinaykumar Inapakurthi
    Tata Consultancy Services, India
    Development of a Commercial Truck Safety and Efficiency System: Meeting the Needs of Fleet Operations and Drivers
    Ganymed Stanek
    Lead Embedded Systems Engineer, Peloton Technology, USA
    Wei-Bin Zhang
    VP Conferences, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society;
    Program Manager, California PATH Program, University of California at Berkeley, USA




    Industry Forum: Privacy, Security and Sociability
    16:00-18:00, Dec 5, 2013

    Moderator:
    Alexander Gelman
    Vice President - Standards Activities, IEEE Communications Society;
    CTO, NETovations consulting group

    Speeches:
    Intelligence-driven security for connected vehicles
    Volker Scherer
    Chief Technology Officer Automotive, EMC International S.à.r.l., German branch
    Connected Cars, Privacy & Security - A Path Forward
    Timothy Tobin
    Future of Privacy Forum
    Integrating Sociability into the Connected Vehicle Environment
    Sally Applin
    Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK

    Alexander Gelman
    Vice President - Standards Activities, IEEE Communications Society;
    CTO, NETovations consulting group




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    Technical Sessions

    The ICCVE 2013 paper review process was extremely rigorous. Our TPC members and reviewers had been working very hard to give every paper at least 4 reviews. Some papers received up to 8 reviews. We are proud to present accepted papers in the following Technical Sessions:


    10:00-12:00, Dec 3, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-01: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 1
    P03-01: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 1
    P05-01: Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 1
    P06-01: Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 1

    13:30-15:30, Dec 3, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-02: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 2
    P03-02: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 2
    P04-01: Automotive Electronics and Automatic Control - 1
    P06-02: Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 2

    16:00-18:00, Dec 3, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-03: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 3
    P03-03: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 3
    P05-02: Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 2
    P06-03: Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 3

    10:00-12:00, Dec 4, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-04: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 4
    P01-05: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 5
    P02-01: Mobile Internet, Spatial and Social Systems, Internet of Things - 1
    P05-03: Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 3

    13:30-15:30, Dec 4, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P07-01: Practices, Standards, Policy, Economics, and Social Implications
    P03-04: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 4
    P02-02: Mobile Internet, Spatial and Social Systems, Internet of Things - 2
    P05-04: Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 4

    16:00-18:00, Dec 4, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-06: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 6
    P01-07: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 7
    P03-05: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 5
    P05-05: Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 5

    10:00-12:00, Dec 5, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-08: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 8
    P01-09: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 9
    P00-01: Science without Borders (remote presentations) - 1
    P06-04: Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 4

    13:30-15:30, Dec 5, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-10: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 10
    P01-11: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 11
    P03-06: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 6
    P06-05: Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification - 5

    16:00-18:00, Dec 5, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P01-12: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 12
    P01-13: Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking - 13
    P02-03: Mobile Internet, Spatial and Social Systems, Internet of Things - 3
    P00-02: Science without Borders (remote presentations) - 2

    10:00-12:00, Dec 6, 2013 (in breakout meeting rooms)
    P03-07: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 7
    P03-08: Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles - 8
    P04-02: Automotive Electronics and Automatic Control - 2
    P05-06: Transportation and Connected Vehicles - 6


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