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Call for Speakers and Demos -- The first ACM/IEEE/IFAC/TRB International Conference on Connected Vehicles & Expo (ICCVE 2012)

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The first ACM/IEEE/IFAC/TRB International Conference on Connected Vehicles & Expo (ICCVE 2012)


December 12-16, 2012  |  China National Convention Center, Beijing, China


"Smarter, Safer, Faster, Cheaper, Cleaner"


http://www.iccve.org
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"Connected Vehicles" is an emerging technical field which crosses multiple disciplines and industries including automotive, travel & transportation, information technology, communications, consumer electronics, industrial electronics, media & entertainment, energy & utilities, insurance, etc.  By connecting vehicles with various devices, services and participants, we are able to make our mobility more enjoyable and sustainable.


The first annual International Conference on Connected Vehicles & Expo (ICCVE 2012) will be held at the China National Convention Center on December 12-16, 2012, in Beijing, China.  Technically co-sponsored by IEEE Standards Association, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative, IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control), and TRB (Transportation Research Board), ICCVE 2012 serves as a first-ever Connected Vehicles conference that gathers almost all the relevant communities and domains together.  The conference program will feature paper sessions and workshops, summits and industry forums, demos, exhibits, tutorials, tours, and an applications contest.  During the 5-day conference, more than 2,000 experts, practit!
 ioners and policy makers from all a
round the world will present the latest innovations and advances on connected vehicles, share the experience and insights, forecast the trends and opportunities, and discuss the policy, economics and social implications.  We are proudly and excitedly inviting you to participate in and enjoy this world-class festival.


If you need one more reason to attend ICCVE 2012, please take a look at the growing list of our featured speakers (as of Sep 29, 2012):


* Norman Y. Mineta (Former Secretary of Transportation, U.S. Government)
* Lee Stogner (Chair, IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative; 2010 - 2011 Director, IEEE Board of Directors)
* Richard Hulett (Chair, IEEE-SA Standards Board)
* Stephen Dukes (President, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society)
* Johanna Zmud (Chair, TRB Policy and Organization Group)
* Walid G. Aref (Chair, ACM SIGSPATIAL)
* Reinhard Pfliegl (General Chair, 2012 ITS World Congress)
* Paul Nikolich (Chair, IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee)
* V. Setty Pendakur (Secretary, TRB Standing Committee on Transportation in the Developing Countries; Senior Counselor, State Council of the P.R. China)
* Jane Lappin (Chair, TRB Standing Committee on Intelligent Transportation Systems)
* Timothy Gordon (Chair, TRB Standing Committee on Vehicle-Highway Automation; Vice President, International Association of Vehicle System Dynamics)
* Mehrdad Ehsani (Chair, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Committee, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society)
* Azer Bestavros (Chair, IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on the Internet)
* Jon Adams (Director, IEEE-ISTO; Chair, IEEE 802.15.4p Positive Train Control Task Group)
* William Lumpkins (Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society)
* ML Chan (Chair, Task Force 2 of IEEE P2030.1 Working Group; Chair, IEEE Power System Planning and Implementation Committee)
* Oleg Logvinov (Director of Market Development, STMicroelectronics; CTO, HomePlug Powerline Alliance)
* Bob Heile (Chairman and CEO, ZigBee Alliance; Chair, IEEE 802.15 Working Group on Wireless Personal Area Networks)
* Andrew Brown Jr. (Chief Technologist & Vice President, Delphi Corporation; Member, U.S. National Academy of Engineers; Past President, SAE International)
* Qi Yang (Deputy Director, China National Center of ITS Engineering & Technology; Secretary General, China National Technical Committee of ITS Standardization)
* Keqiang Li (Chair, Department of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University)
* Kamal Soi (Vice Chairman, Punjab State Road Safety Council, Punjab Government, India; President, RAAHAT Safe Community Foundation)
* Irene Feige (Director, the Institute for Mobility Research, BMW Group)
* Bih-Yuan Ku (Member, Board of Governors, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society; 2007 - 2010 Vice President Land Transportation, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society)
* Thomas Coughlin (Vice President Operations and Planning, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society; President, Coughlin Associates)
* Yatin Trivedi (Director of Standards and Interoperability Programs, Synopsys; Director, IEEE-ISTO; Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Standards Education Committee eZine)
* Bruce Kraemer (Chair, IEEE 802.11; Senior Manager of Strategic Marketing, Marvell Semiconductor; Member, IEEE-SA Board of Governors)


The ICCVE 2012 conference is calling for Industry Forums speakers, demo proposals, and tutorial proposals.  In addition, a limited number of patronage and exhibit opportunities are still available.  For more information, please visit the conference web (http://www.iccve.org).




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INDUSTRY FORUMS - CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
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The ICCVE 2012 will hold Industry Forums designed to facilitate broad discussions on various aspects of Connected Vehicles. Presentations about technologies, practices, markets, policy, and social implications are all welcome. If you are interested in speaking at the ICCVE 2012 Industry Forums, please submit a simple proposal to our Industry Forums Committee. Based on the submitted proposals, the committee will schedule forum sessions consisting of presentations and panel discussions. Each presentation will be 20-30 min, depending on how full the agenda of a session would be.


*** Simple submission ***
Too busy to write a detailed proposal? Don't worry. At this stage, you only need to send a simple email as your proposal to our Industry Forums Committee (forums [at] iccve.org). Just include the following items in the plain-text proposal:
- Title for the presentation;
- An abstract of the presentation (no more than 200 words);
- Name, affiliation, and email address of the speaker;
- A short biography of the speaker.
You will get a notification of acceptance in five working days, then you can start preparing your slides.


*** No copyright transfer ***
You keep the copyright of your presentation, so you can feel free to reuse it in part or in whole for other occasions.


*** Do not take the "Industry Forums" too literally ***
You are not an industry person? It doesn't matter at all. Speakers from academia, industry and government are all welcome.


*** Important Dates ***
Proposal Submission Deadline: Nov 16, 2012
Notification of Acceptance: 5 working days after your submission
Conference Dates: Dec 12-16, 2012


*** Topics of interest ***
Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking;
Mobile Internet, Mobility Internet and Internet of Things;
Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles;
Automotive Electronics and Automatic Control;
Transportation and Connected Vehicles;
Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification;
Geographic, Spatial and Social Information Systems;
Manufacturing and Product Safety Engineering in Connected Vehicles;
Practices, Recommendations and Standards in Connected Vehicles;
Policy, Economics and Social Implications of Connected Vehicles.




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CALL FOR DEMOS
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The ICCVE 2012 demo track provides a highly interactive way for researchers and practitioners to showcase their systems, applications, prototypes, or proof-of-concepts in any of the areas related to Connected Vehicles. We encourage demo proposals from both academia and industry. Submitted proposals will be reviewed by the Demos Committee and be selected according to the novelty, significance, timeliness, and attractiveness.


*** High exposure ***
Each accepted demo will be showcased in the hallway area of the conference floor for a half-day long session, allowing the demonstrators to have extensive interactions with the audience.


*** Simple submission ***
You don't need to write a formal, multi-page paper. You only need to send a simple email as your proposal to our Demos Committee (demos [at] iccve.org). Just include the following items in the plain-text proposal:
- Title for the demo;
- An abstract of the demo (no more than 200 words);
- Name, affiliation, and email address of the demonstrator(s);
- What will be actually shown during the demo (e.g. what features and scenarios will be demonstrated, what the audience will see and how they can interact with the demo);
- (Optional) Special requests about the facility, if any.


*** No copyright transfer ***
Demo owners are not required to transfer copyright.


*** Video demo and mock-up demo are also welcome ***
If it is too difficult for you to bring a live demo to the conference, a pre-recorded video demo or a mock-up demo is also welcome.


*** Facility ***
Each accepted demo will be provided with a table (1,500mm width), a power outlet (220V, 50Hz, 500W Max, Type-I) and wireless (shared) Internet. Demonstrators are expected to bring with themselves everything else needed for their demo. However if you have special requests such as a larger space, special lighting condition and so on, we will do our best to arrange them.


*** Important Dates ***
Proposal Submission Deadline: Nov 16, 2012
Notification of Acceptance: 5 working days after your submission
Conference Dates: Dec 12-16, 2012


*** Topics of interest ***
Wireless Communications and Vehicular Networking;
Mobile Internet, Mobility Internet and Internet of Things;
Cooperative Driving, Intelligent and Autonomous Vehicles;
Automotive Electronics and Automatic Control;
Transportation and Connected Vehicles;
Electric Vehicle and Transportation Electrification;
Geographic, Spatial and Social Information Systems;
Manufacturing and Product Safety Engineering in Connected Vehicles;
Practices, Recommendations and Standards in Connected Vehicles;
Policy, Economics and Social Implications of Connected Vehicles.




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REGISTRATION
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EARLY-BIRD SPECIAL: Full registration paid before or on 31 Oct 2012 will also include a complimentary tablet PC (Android platform).




For more information, please visit the conference website at http://www.iccve.org