FAST-zero 2019   - September 9-11, 2019 - The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center - Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
FAST-zero 2019   - September 9-11, 2019 - The Inn at Virginia Tech and  Skelton Conference Center - Blacksburg, Virginia, USA

Submissions

Submissions



Extended Abstracts

Authors intending to present a paper at the FAST-zero’19 symposium are invited to submit an extended abstract in English. The extended abstract should describe the problem definition, method and results expected or obtained. This should include figures and tables and is limited to 2 pages and approximately 1,000 words. The extended abstract should relate to one or more of the conference topics.

To submit an abstract go to: easychair.org

See Format Instructions for abstract submission template and examples.

Presentation with Full Paper

Prospective authors are invited to first submit an extended abstract presenting original results falling under symposium topics. All extended abstracts are reviewed by at least two reviewers, and the accepted abstracts are finally extended and submitted as full papers.

The full paper must be written in English in a template specified by FAST-zero ’19 (See Format Instructions) and submitted as a PDF. For the submission of a full paper, the corresponding author must be registered and pay the symposium registration fee.

Final papers should be 6 pages in length.

Deadline for papers: June 28, 2019.

To submit your paper please log on to EasyChair and upload your paper as an addition to your abstract.

Full papers are published in the proceedings of FAST-zero '19. Selected papers are further invited to a special issue of an international journal on FAST-zero '19 though the additional review process will be necessary for the publication.

By submitting a paper and having it accepted, prospective authors will present it in FAST-zero '19 and have it published in the proceedings of FAST-zero '19. Best paper awards will be selected and awarded in different categories after shortlisting them by the paper review and further evaluating the presentations. These papers will be invited to the special issue of an international journal on FAST-zero '19 (an additional review process will be necessary for the publication.)

Presentation Only

Presentation-only participation has been arranged particularly for people from industry, who prefer to participate in the conference and present their work without publications. Prospective presenters are asked to submit an abstract presenting original results falling under symposium topics. Abstracts should be approximately 200 words and less than 300 words in length. The abstract will be reviewed only to verify the adequateness of the presentation.

See Format Instructions for presentation submission template and examples.

Deadline for presentation only abstract: July 15, 2019.


To submit an abstract go to: easychair.org


Conference Topics

The full paper, extended abstract, abstract and presentation should relate to one or more of the following topics:

  1. Driver Assistance Systems
    • Vehicular sensors
    • Traffic signs and markings detection
    • Pedestrians and animals detection
    • Road work objects and debris detection
    • Vehicles detection
  2. Driver Characteristics and Human Factor
    • Driver Monitoring
    • Driver Behavior Modeling
    • Driver Assessment and Training
    • Cooperation between Drivers and Assistance Systems
    • Human Machine Interface
  3. Localization and Mapping
    • Sensors for localization and mapping
    • High Definition (HD) maps
    • Vehicle and object localization
    • Road texture mapping and condition monitoring
    • Weather and environment condition monitoring
  4. Active Safety and Autonomous Driving
    • Automatic emergency braking
    • Automatic lane keeping/changing
    • Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)
    • Path and trajectory planning
    • Autonomous navigation and control
  5. Connected Vehicles
    • Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
    • Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)
    • Connected vehicles and cooperative driver assistance systems
    • Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communication
    • Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication
    • Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P) communication
    • Vehicle-to-X (V2X) communication
  6. Other Related Topics on Active Safety

See Format Instructions for abstract submission template and examples.


CONTACT: Dr. Tomonari Furukawa, Mechanical Engineering - tomonari@vt.edu

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