(The workshop will be held fully virtually online)
Online Workshop Program
Note that ICAV'21 workshop starts from 16:00 Central Europe
Time (CET), which is 8:00 PST, 23:00 Beijing Time.
First part of the workshop: Invited Talks
Second part of the workshop: Presentation of accepted workshop papers
|Invited Talks||Time (CET)||Speaker||Title||Affiliation|
|1600-1625||Shao-yu Lien||Multi-tier Collaborative Deep Reinforcement Learning for Non-terrestrial Network Empowered Vehicular Connections||National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan|
|1625-1650||Michael Buchholz||Supporting Connected Automated Vehicles with Intelligent Infrastructure||Ulm University, Germany|
|1650-1715||Miguel Sepulcre||Cooperative Perception for Connected and Automated Vehicles||Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche (UMH), Spain|
|1715-1740||Zhengguo Sheng||From Connected vehicles to Internet-of-Things (IoT): Recent Advances in Communications and Networking||University of Sussex, UK|
|1740-1805||Ed Houghton||Understanding public acceptance of autonomous vehicles: findings from Project Endeavour and D-RISK||DG Cities, UK|
|1815-1830||Felipe Valle||The integration of UAVs to the C-ITS Stack||Halmstad University, Sweden|
|1830-1845||Steven Flanagan||Cooperative Connected Smart Road Infrastructure and Autonomous Vehicles for Safe Driving||University of Aston, UK|
|1845-1900||Stephanie Alvarez Fernandez||Highway On-Ramp Merging for Mixed Traffic: Recent Advances and Future Trends||Halmstad University, Sweden|
|1900-1915||Hao Du||Digital Twin Based Trajectory Prediction for Platoons of Connected Intelligent Vehicles||University of Electronics of China of Science and Technology, China|
by the recent progresses on 5G and autonomous driving, research in
connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) is growing in importance and
popularity. In the networks of CAVs local sensing is shared with other
CAVs and infrastructure to build comprehensive perception of driving
environment and cooperative driving. Advance driving applications can
be enabled by CAV to achieve safer, cleaner and more efficient
transport. While CAV holds great potentials for future transport, the
networks of CAVs present many new research challenges. For example,
cooperative sensing and driving could reduce the reliability of AVs
and comprise the driving safety; Resource sharing and cooperation in
CAVs also raise the big problems of trust and security of CAVs; CAV
applications require stringent and diverse QoS, which poses big
challenging for the communication networks; Heterogeneity of vehicles
on road makes CAV cooperation and infrastructure support challenging;
The large amount data generated by CAVs will drive demand in the CAV
systems to communicate, process and utilize the data.
To unleash the potentials of CAV, it is envisioned that the networks of CAV need to be intelligent, not only on the intelligent CV and AVs, but also intelligent networking and computing for CAV systems. While vehicles ad hoc networks and Internet of vehicles have been widely studied in the last decade, the specific challenges presented by the networks of CAVs have rarely been addressed. ICAV 2021 workshop is to advocate and promote the research on intelligent CAVs, set up a platform for collaboration and discussions on the challenges and opportunities on intelligent CAVs.
ICAV welcomes submissions of original research as well as work-in-progress and position papers that describe original ideas and present new directions. We invite submissions covering the aspects around the design, development and evaluation of architectures, technologies and applications for intelligent CAVs, including but not limited to::
paper submissions will be handled electronically via ICAV
2021 EasyChair submission website. All papers must be original
and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.
Authors should prepare a PDF version of their full papers. Submitted
papers should be no more than 6 pages long (for regular papers) and no
more than 3 pages long (for position papers), in two columns, with standard
margins and 10 point or larger font, and must fit
properly on US "Letter"-sized paper (8.5x11 inches).
Please direct any questions about the paper submission process to the Workshop Chairs Dr Jianhua He (email@example.com) and Dr Alexey Vinel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This workshop is financially supported by Forward Innovation, the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program COSAFE (http://www.cosafe.org.uk/) under the Marie Skodowska-Curie grant agreement No 824019 and program VESAFE under the Marie Skodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101022280, and supported in part by National Key R&D Program of China under Grant 2018YFE0117500.