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[CFP] InVeNET 2009: 1st IEEE MASS Workshop on Intelligent Vehicular Networks

From: Luciano Bononi <bononi@cs.unibo.it>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 17:41:26 +0200
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                       Announcement and Call for Papers

          First International Workshop on Intelligent Vehicular Networks

                               (InVeNET 2009)

                        Co-Located with IEEE MASS 2009

                     (October 5, 2009 - Macau SAR, P.R.C.)


Important Dates

- Submission Due: May 31, 2009

- Acceptance Notification: June 30, 2009

- Final Manuscript due: July 31, 2009

The last few years have witnessed an unmistable converge of Intelligent 
Transportation Systems (ITS) and Vehicular Ad hoc NETworks (VANET) 
leading to the emergence of Intelligent Vehicular Networks (InVeNET) 
that promise to revolutionize the way we drive by creating a ubiquitous 
safe and secure environment that will eventually pervade our highways 
and city streets.

InVeNET 2009 has for stated goal to be a high-profile workshop that 
brings together state-of-the-art contributions on the design, 
specification, and implementation of architectures and protocols for 
current and future applications of VANET. We aim to provide an 
environment conducive of cross-fertilization between researchers from 
many areas, all relevant, in one way or another to the confluence of 
Intelligent Transportation Systems and VANET. By creative a relaxed, 
collegial atmosphere, the will foster a dialogue between researchers 
from industry and academia on the state of the art in both ITS and VANET.

We anticipate the publication of a special issue of a high-quality 
archival journal (IEEE Transactions of Parallel and Distributed Systems, 
or IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology being likely candidates) 
dedicated to selected papers from the workshop.

Prospective authors are invited to submit original unpublished 
manuscripts related to the theory or practice of Intelligent Vehicular 

Of particular interest are ITS applications that rely directly or 
indirectly on contributions from VANET.  Submissions are being accepted 
with the understanding that they describe original research, neither 
published nor currently under review elsewhere.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Vehicular network architectures and protocols

- Mobility management and topology control

- Vehicular network performance modeling and analysis

- Vehicular network medium access control and routing protocols

- Intelligent Transportation Systems and Applications

- Modeling and simulation of Intelligent Vehicular Systems

- Theoretical aspects: performance modeling and analysis

- Organizing coordination and communication

- Quality of Service (QoS) provisioning in Intelligent Vehicular Networks

- Human factors in Intelligent Vehicular Systems

- Information aggregation/dissemination in Intelligent vehicular Networks

- Localization in Intelligent Vehicular Systems

- Bayesian decision systems

- Challenges of V2V and V2I wireless communication

- Security and privacy issues in Intelligent Vehicular Systems

- Applications and case studies

- Real-world test beds

Workshop Organization

General Co-Chairs

- Stephan Olariu, Old Dominion University

- Jie Wu, Florida Atlantic University

Program Co-Chairs

- Liviu Iftode, Rutgers University, USA

- Pedro M. Ruiz, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain

Steering Committee

- Michael Fontaine, VTRC and University of Virginia, USA

- Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa, Canada

- Michele Weigle, old Dominion University, USA

Publicity Co-Chairs

- Luciano Bononi, University of Bologna, Italy

- Gongjun Yan, Old Dominion University, USA

- Yongbin Yu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Technical Program Committee (partial list)

- Arnaud Casteigts, University of Ottawa, Canada

- Carryl Baldwin, George Mason University, USA

- Cetin Mecit, Old Dominion University, USA

- Christian Lochert,  Heinrich Heine University, Germany

- Dimitrie Popescu, Old Dominion University, USA

- Gongjun Yan, Old Dominion University, USA

- Jianhua Guo, University of Michigan-Dearborn , USA

- Juan A. SŦīnchez,  Univ. of Murcia, Spain

- Lila Boukhatem, LRI Lab. Univ. Paris-Sud/CNRS , France

- Long Le, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , USA

- Mahmoud Abuelela, Old Dominion University, USA

- Marco Fiore, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

- Martin Treiber, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

- Matthias Gerlach, Automotive Services and Communication Technologies, 

- Mihaela Cardei, Florida Atlantic University , USA

- Samy El-Tawab,  Old Dominion University, USA

- Weidong Xiang,  University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA

Manuscript Submission

All submissions to InVeNET must adhere to the pdf format.

Submitted manuscripts should be uploaded through the EDAS conference 
management system, and must not exceed six (6) single-spaced, two-column

   pages using at least 11 point size fonts on 8.5 x 11 inch pages 
(standard IEEE conference format, IEEE Latex and Microsoft Word style 
files are available here).

Accepted papers will be published in the IEEE MASS proceedings and 
appear in the IEEE Digital Library.

Registration Policy

At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the 
conference at the full conference rate. The participation at MASS 
workshops is free for all the MASS registrants - it does not require an 
additional workshop registration.

Please send email to mass2009@cs.odu.edu with any question or comment 
about InVeNET 2009.
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