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   IEEE Intelligent Vehicular Communication Systems (IVCS) 

   CCNC 2009- Satellite Workshop

January 13 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada


Aim & Scope           

Vehicular communication systems have now gained popularity and importance. New technical challenges have evolved that demand research and investigations. Globally, automobiles are indispensable for connecting people, delivering goods and services and commuting from one place to another. Car industries are of great importance in Asia, Europe, USA and the rest of the world. Car makers will be key players in car telematics. Much research remain to be done to bring alive the vision of future intelligent vehicular applications, which will be supported by vehicular communications and networks. Consumer telematic technologies will be needed to enable drivers to exploit the advantages of next generation intelligent transportation systems.

IEEE IVCS 2009 serves as a leading forum to bring together researchers and engineers in both academia and industry to exchange ideas, share experiences, and report original works about all aspects of car consumer telematics, communications, networking, security and services. The main purpose is to promote discussions of research and relevant activities in the design of architectures, algorithms, and applications for intelligent vehicular communication environments. IEEE IVCS 2009 will also address some leading standardization efforts (802.11p, p1609, TIA TR 48, CALM, etc). We also welcome papers describing work in progress.


●IEEE IVCS 2009 welcome original papers in the following areas:
●ITS car-2-car networks
●ITS car-2-roadside communications
●MAC, routing, QoS, addressing, multicast, TCP protocols
●Congestion control and Cooperative VANETs
●New application scenarios of ITS Vehicular networks
●Mobility and handoff issues
●Sensors and data collections
●Content distribution
●C2C communications
●Intra-car communications
●ITS simulation and mobility models
●Security and privacy issues
●ITS radio technologies (DSRC, WiMAX, WiFi, 3G/4G, cell phone)
●ITS standardizations (802.11p, 802.11s, DSRC, etc)
●ITS implementation and field trials
●New ITS architectures
●Network Management
●Warning information propagation
●Interoperability with Internet and 3G

Submission Guidance

Accepted papers will be published within IEEE CCNC conference proceedings. Submissions have to be made online at EDAS in accordance to the submission procedures of IEEE CCNC. Further enquires can be directed to the TPC Chairs and Vice Chairs.

Important Dates

Paper Submission Deadline:ىى 31 August 2008
Acceptance Notification:ىىىىىىىىى01 October 2008
Camera Ready:ىىىىىىىىىىىىىىىىىىى ى 10 October 2008

General Chair

Russell Hsing, Telcordia USA

General Vice Chairs

C K Toh, U of HONG KONG, Hong Kong
J-L C Wu, NTUST, Taiwan
Wojciech Cellary, Poznan U, POLANDىىىىى

Technical Program Chairs

Daniel Wong, USAىىىىىىىىىىى
C D Chang, III Taiwanى

TPC Vice Chairs

Fan Bai, GM R&D USA
Kun Yang, Essex UK
D K Kim, KNU Koreaى

Publicity Chair

Kemal Tepe, Windsor Canada

PC Members

Yachine Doudane, Franceىىىىىىىىى
Pascal Lorenze, Franceىى

Pietro Manzoni, Spain
Mario Marchese, U Genoa, Italy
Georg Carle, TU Muchen,ىGermany
Petri Mahonen, RWTH, Germany
Andreas Festag, NEC, Germany
Timo Kosch, BMW, Germany
Subir Biswas, MSU,USA
Michele Weigle, USA
Matthew Barth, UCR, USA
Richard Wolff, USA
Jinhua Guo, USA
Chigan, USA
ىWolfson, USA
Joe Hui,ىASU, USA
Jun Zheng, USA
Sharokh Valaee, Canada
Teruo Higashino, Osaka U, Japanى
O. Maeshima, TOYOTA, Japan
Kazuya Tamura, HONDA Japan
Yeong Min Jang, KMU Korea
Chris C Kang, Korea U, Korea
You Ze Cho, KNU Korea
Wang Xin, Fudan U China
Jian Song, TsingHua, China
Hung-Yu Wei, Taiwan
Ka-Cheong Leung, Hong Kong



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