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DVC 2015 : 1st IEEE ICC Workshop on Dependable Vehicular Communications

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Link: http://dvc.ftw.at/
 
When Jun 8, 2015 - Jun 12, 2015
Where London, UK
Submission Deadline Dec 8, 2014
Notification Due Jan 12, 2015
Final Version Due Feb 23, 2015
Categories    vehicular networks   wireless networks
 

Call For Papers

Call For Papers

IEEE ICC 2015 Workshop: DVC 2015

1st IEEE International Workshop on
Dependable Vehicular Communications

co-located with
IEEE ICC 2015

June 8-12 2015
London, UK

http://dvc.ftw.at/


Important Dates:

- December 8, 2014: Full paper submissions
- January 12, 2015: Notification of acceptance
- February 23, 2015: Final manuscript
- June 8-12, 2015: Conference and Workshops


Wireless vehicular communication systems constitute the backbone of
intelligent transportations systems (ITS). Currently, wireless
communication informs the human driver. In the future wireless
communications will influence the movement of vehicles. Automated
driving and driver assistance systems require the exchange of kinematic
information in distributed control algorithms with very short latency.
Future ITS that network automated vehicles with the goal of zero
accidents have the potential to save more than 1 Mio. human lives and
avoid 8 Mio. serious injuries worldwide every year.

Dependable wireless communications with short-latency, low outage
probability over non-stationary vehicular communication channels is a
challenging task. It involves a multi disciplinary effort including
vehicular channel measurements, characterization and modeling;
cooperative communications; and low-latency protocol design. A
dependable wireless communication framework will be essential for
vehicular ad-hoc networks, device-to-device communication links in
future 5G systems, and cyber physical systems in general.

The goal of the workshop is to solicit the development of dependable
vehicular communication systems. This workshop will bring together
academic and industrial researchers to identify and discuss technical
challenges and recent results related to dependable vehicular
communications.

The workshop will be co-located with IEEE ICC 2015, the International
Conference on Communications (http://www.ieee-icc.org/), in London, UK.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

- Vehicular channel measurements
- Channel characterization and modeling
- Channel estimation algorithms
- Cooperative communications for vehicular scenarios
- Signal processing techniques
- Protocols for cooperative communications
- Integration of vehicular networks in 5G systems
- Dependability aspects of channel access
- Fault tolerant protocols and error recovery
- System level simulation concepts
- Key requirements (latency, reliability) and conformance tests for DVC
- Performance bounds and optimization
- Field tests of vehicular communications


Organizing Committee:

Thomas Zemen (FTW)
Jerome Härri (EURECOM)
Christoph Mecklenbräuker (TU Wien)
Claude Oestges (UCL)
Stefan Rührup (FTW)
Christoph Sommer (Universität Paderborn)
Erik Ström (Chalmers University)
Fredrik Tufvesson (Lund Univ.)


For further information, please refer to the workshop website at

http://dvc.ftw.at/

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