09:00 - 09:10 Opening Remarks (DK Kim & Hong Cheng)
09:10 - 10:10 Invited Talk: Introduction and Potential Performance of Ubiquitous Transportation Systems
Dr. Kyeong-Pyo Kang, Deputy Director in Research and Development of u-Transportaion Core Technology,
Dept. of Advanced Transportation Technology Research Center, The Korea Transport Institute, South Korea (ROK)
10:10 - 10:35 SeGCom: Secure Group Communication in VANETs
Dijiang Huang (Arizona State University, US)
10:35 - 11:00 Piggyback Cooperative Repetition for Reliable Broadcasting of Safety Messages in VANETs
Lin Yang (University of Michigan, US); Jinhua Guo (University of Michigan, US)
11:00 - 11:30 BREAK
11:30 - 11:55 A Broadcasting Method for Suppressing Hidden Terminals Effect on IEEE802.11DCF
Tetuya Shigeyasu (Hiroshima International University, JP); Hiroshi Matsuno (Yamaguchi University, JP); Norihiko Morinaga (Hiroshima International University, JP)
11:55 - 12:20 Concurrent Measurements of the Vehicular Channel Transfer Function and 802.11 Received Signal Strength Index
Haris Kremo (WINLAB, Rutgers University, US); Ivan Seskar (Rutgers University, US); Predrag Spasojevic (Rutgers University, US)
12:20 - 12:45 Index Coded Repetition-based MAC in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks
Behnam Hassanabadi (University of Toronto, CA); Le Zhang (University of Toronto, CA); Shahrokh Valaee (University of Toronto, CA)
12:45 - 13:10 Adaptive Multi-channel MAC protocol for dense VANET using Directional Antennas
Xu Xie (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, CN)
13:10 - 13:20 Closing Remarks (DK Kim)
Introduction and Potential Performance of Ubiquitous Transportation Systems
Dr. Kyeong-Pyo Kang
Deputy Director in Research and Development of u-Transportaion Core Technology
Dept. of Advanced Transportation Technology Research Center
The Korea Transport Institute, South Korea (ROK)
The advent of ubiquitous society is expected to provide users with various information and services without any limitations of time and space. There is no doubt that a future transportation system should play a key role in the ubiquitous society.
However, the current transportation systems represented by the intelligent transportation systems (ITS) have timing and spatial restrictions since most users can get the information or service only when and where the required ITS technology is available. This may be a critical limitation under the ubiquitous society, requiring new concepts of transportation systems and technologies.
Our project is proposed to research and develop core technologies of the ubiquitous Transportation (u-T) Systems, and also to prove their potential and feasible performances. Under the u-TSN(u-T sensor network) in u-T systems, transportation information and services can be provided without any limitations of time, place, device, content, or network. Based on those integrated systems, the u-T Systems is expected to make it possible for all individual users to make any trips, by playing substantial roles in communicating transportation information and services between vehicle and vehicle(V2V), vehicle and infra(V2I), and infra and center.
Dr. Kang received the Ph.D. degree in transportation engineering at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, USA. His research interests include research and development of advanced ITS technologies for highway transportation operations and managements. His research papers have been published in main transportation related journals, such as Intelligent Transportation Systems, Journal of Transportation Research Record, and IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. He has also been listed in Who's Who in America 61st Edition in 2007. He is currently working as a Research Associate in Advanced Transportation Technology Research Center at the Korea Transport Institute. His main works are to plan and manage national R&D projects, and also directly to research and develop advanced transportation technologies for the future.
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