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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

 

SS7: Cooperative Automated Vehicles with 5G-V2X Communications and Networking       

 

·   Organizers

  

Yanjun Shi - syj@ieee.org, Zihui Zhang - zhangzh@sdas.org, and Xiaojun Zheng - zhengxj@djtu.edu.cn

·   Description/Abstract

  

In the era of cooperative connected and automated mobility (CCAM) and 5G-V2X (vehicle-to-everything) networks, cooperative automated vehicles (CAVs) are evolving toward a vision where cars or vehicles are becoming more and more automated and wirelessly connected to cooperate for safer and more efficient driving.

Many challenges could impede the deployment of CAVs today. These include deploying 5G-V2X technologies, leveraging data and algorithms for CAVs, cybersecurity threats, trust issues, and other technology needs. Thus, the objective of this Special Issue is to accumulate various innovative strategies that make CAVs and other connected technologies more effective, safe, efficient, and adaptive concerning prevailing task situations and uncertainties.

We invite high-quality submissions that highlight recent breakthroughs in CAVs technologies and applications, including autonomous vehicle engineering, cooperative, connected technologies, etc. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• CCAM technologies and applications
• Cooperative control systems
• Edge computing in mobility
• Platoons of connected and automated vehicles
• 5G-V2X Networked optimal control
• Cooperative resource allocation and scheduling