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Organized by
Zhejiang University Institute of Computing innovation, China

Co-Sponsored by
IEEE SMC Society
CSCWD International Working Group
Zhejiang Sci
-Tech University, China

General Conference Chair
Gang Chen

General Conference Co-Chairs
Xiaoping Liu
Jano de Souza
Amy Trappey
Marco Borges
Yong Tang

Program Committee Co-Chairs
Weiming Shen
Jean-Paul Barthesès
Junzhou Luo

Publication Chair
Jinghui Zhang

Special Session Chair
Haibin Zhu

Finance Chair / Treasurer
Kunkun Peng

Local Arrangement Chairs
Sai Wu
Jinfeng Gao

International Steering Committee

Co-Chairs
Jean-Paul Barthesès
Junzhou Luo
Weiming Shen

Secretary
Jinghui Zhang

Members
Pedro Antunes
Marcos Borges
Kuo-Ming Chao
Jano de Souza
Giancarlo Fortino
Liang Gao
Ning Gu
Anne James
Peter Kropf
Weidong Li
Xiaoping P. Liu
Xiaozhen Mi
Hugo Paredes
José A. Pino
Yanjun Shi
Amy Trappey
Chunsheng Yang
Yun Yang
Jianming Yong
Qinghua Zheng

 

SS2: Cooperative and Integrated Mobility Solutions in Transportation and Logistics             

 

·   Organizers

  

A/Prof. Jun Shen - jshen@uow.edu.au, Dr. Bo Du - bdu@uow.edu.au, A/Prof Yanlong Zhai - ylzhai@bit.edu.cn, Dr. Meng Meng - mm3042@bath.ac.uk, and Dr. Zhidan Liu - liuzhidan@szu.edu.cn

·   Description/Abstract

  

Transportation and logistics are vital drivers of diverse economic activities. With the rapidly rising demand for the transportation of people and goods as well as limited resources and increasing sustainable concerns, how to utilize the existing resources in an efficient and effective way becomes a challenging problem. Advanced technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT) and connected and automated vehicle (CAV) and emerging mobility services such as carpooling, shared bicycle, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) and truck platooning provide great opportunities to develop cooperative and integrated mobility solutions, which could significantly increase efficiency while reducing congestion, emission, and resource consumption. We invite papers from a diversity of perspectives developing cooperative and integrated mobility solutions in transportation and logistics from different disciplines, such as Management Science, Transport Engineering, Data Science, Computer Science, and Social Science. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• MaaS, CAV and shared mobility
• Multimodal transportation and logistics network design
• Cooperative and integrated solutions for traffic control
• Headway/timetable coordination/synchronization in multimodal transport system
• Coordination in urban and maritime logistics
• Intermodal freight logistics
• Traffic and transport data analytics
• Distributed sensing and urban computing
• IoT and AI systems with applications in transportation and logistics
• Policy development and integration