The IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium (IV) 2017 Call for Papers

Call for Papers

 

The IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium (IV) 2017.  

Date: June 11-14, 2017,

LOCATION: Redondo Beach, California, USA

Important Dates

 Full-paper submission deadline:        January 16, 2017 NOTE: No extensions will be granted.

  Workshop/Tutorial deadline:      December 22,2016  No extension will be granted

  Notification of acceptance:              February 28, 2017

  Final paper submission deadline:     March 31, 2017

 

Website:       http://iv2017.usc.edu

 

The IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium (IV) is one of the major annual
conferences of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society. IV
2017 will be held in Redondo Beach, California, USA at the Crown Plaza
Hotel right across the street from the Redondo Beach Marina and Pier
with the blue Pacific Ocean a block away. In this beautiful setting,
IV 2017 welcomes articles in the field of Intelligent Vehicles dealing
with new developments in theory and applications, vehicle technologies
and demonstrations. It also welcomes proposals for workshops and
tutorial sessions to be offered the day before the symposium starts
namely June 11, 2017.  The traditional format of IV which makes it
unique involves a single oral paper presentation session with
subsequent parallel poster sessions where each poster paper is orally
presented in a brief single slide in order to attract attention and
motivate informal discussions. All accepted papers will be included in
the proceedings. The technical areas include but are not limited to
the following:

 

    Connected and probe Vehicles
    Automated Vehicles with and without pilot/driver
    Partial Vehicle Automation
    Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure communications
    Driver monitoring
    Driver Human factors and Personalization
    Electric Vehicles
    Hybrid Vehicles
    Vehicle dynamics and control

	

    Lane change and merging
    Commercial Vehicles
    Vehicle Emissions and environmental impacts
    Sensing, detection, and actuation
    Advanced vehicle safety systems
    Driver and traveler support systems
    Vision and environment perception
    Vehicle localization and autonomous navigation
    Cognition and Control
    Legal Issues

 

In the tradition of successful IEEE ITS Conferences, only the highest
quality papers will be accepted through an on-line peer review
process.  The final version of the accepted papers will be included in
the Conference proceedings only after at least one author officially
registers and presents the paper at the Conference.