Program

Monday, December 16

08.00a Registration

08.45a Opening Remarks

09.00a Keynote 1: Robert C. Johns

"Connected Transportation: Realizing the Vision"

10.00a Coffee Break

10.30a Full Paper Session 1: Applications (session chair: Christoph Sommer, University of Innsbruck, Austria)

Potentials and Limitations of Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory Systems
David Eckhoff (University of Erlangen); Bastian Halmos (BMW AG); Reinhard German (University of Erlangen)
Verification and Evaluation of Fail-Safe Virtual Traffic Light Applications
Till Neudecker (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology); Natalya An (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology); Hannes Hartenstein (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Sharing Trajectories of Autonomous Driving Vehicles to Achieve Time-Efficient Path Navigation
Pei-Jin He (National Cheng Kung University); Kuo-Feng Ssu (National Cheng Kung University); Yu-Yuan Lin (National Cheng Kung University)
Microscopic Experimental Evaluation of Multi-hop Video Streaming Protocol in Vehicular Networks
Nawaporn Wisitpongphan (King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok); Fan Bai (General Motors)

12.30p Luncheon

01.30p Keynote 2: Hari Balakrishnan

02.30p Full Paper Session 2: Physical Layer (session chair: Haris Kremo, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Japan)

Delayed Decision Feedback Equalization with Adaptive Noise Filtering for IEEE 802.11p
Robert Budde (TU Dortmund University); Ruediger Kays (TU Dortmund University)
Towards an Open Source IEEE 802.11p Stack: A Full SDR-based Transceiver in GNU Radio
Bastian Bloessl (University of Innsbruck); Michele Segata (University of Innsbruck); Christoph Sommer (University of Innsbruck); Falko Dressler (University of Innsbruck)
Coexistence of Unlicensed Devices with DSRC Systems in the 5.9 GHz ITS Band
Jim Lansford (CSR Technology); John Kenney (Toyota InfoTechnology Center); Peter Ecclesine (Cisco)

04.00p Coffee Break

04.30p Full Paper Session 3: Networking I (session chair: Miguel Sepulcre Ribes, University Miguel Hernandez, Spain)

Hybrid Geo-Routing in Urban Vehicular Networks
Aisling O' Driscoll (Cork Institute of Technology); Dirk Pesch (Cork Institute of Technology)
Evaluating Multi-Hop Beaconing Forwarding Strategies for IEEE 802.11p Vehicular Networks
Federico Librino (IIT-CNR); Maria Elena Renda (IIT-CNR); Paolo Santi (IIT-CNR)
Efficient Urban Broadcast Protocol for V2V Communications with Relay Control
Ke Cao (Kobe University); Atsushi Kinoshita (Kobe University); Yumi Takaki (Kobe University); Chikara Ohta (Kobe University); Hisashi Tamaki (Kobe University)

06.30p Reception

Tuesday, December 17

08.00a Registration

09.00a Full Paper Session 4: Medium Access (session chair: Hsin-mu Tsai, National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

Extending IEEE 802.1 AVB with Time-triggered Scheduling: A Simulation Study of the Coexistence of Synchronous and Asynchronous Traffic
Philipp Meyer (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences); Till Steinbach (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences); Franz Korf (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences); Thomas C. Schmidt (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences)
In-depth Analysis and Evaluation of Self-Organizing TDMA
Tristan Gaugel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology); Jens Mittag (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology); Hannes Hartenstein (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology); Stylianos Papanastasiou (Nottingham Trent University); Erik G Ström (Chalmers University of Technology)
Exploiting Context Information for Estimating the Performance of Vehicular Communications
Miguel Sepulcre (University Miguel Hernandez of Elche); Javier Gozalvez (University Miguel Hernandez of Elche); Onur Altintas (Toyota InfoTechnology Center); Haris Kremo (Toyota InfoTechnology Center)
Highly Reliable Data Distribution Scheme for Location Information in Vehicular Networks Using Cyclic Beacon Transmission Power Patterns
Keisuke Okamoto (Shizuoka University); Susumu Ishihara (Shizuoka University)

11.00a Coffee Break

11.30a Keynote 3: Steve Shladover

"Why automated vehicles need to be connected vehicles?"

12.30p Luncheon

02.00p Short Paper Oral Presentations (session chair: Onur Altintas, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Japan; Alexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)

Short Paper: Dynamic Network Selection in V2I Systems
Mauro Biagi; Stefano Rinauro (Università "La Sapienza'' di Roma); Stefania Colonnese (Università "La Sapienza'' di Roma); Gaetano Scarano (Università "La Sapienza'' di Roma); Roberto Cusani (Università "La Sapienza'' di Roma)
Short Paper: I-CROSS: Intersection Crossing Warning Application Based on V2V Communications
Unai Hernández-Jayo (University of Deusto); Idoia de la Iglesia (University of Deusto); Iñigo Lacoume (Deusto Institute of Technology); Aboobeker sidhik Koyamparambil mammu (University of Deusto)
Short Paper: Distributed Vehicular Traffic Congestion Detection Algorithm for Urban Environments
Milos Milojevic (City University London); Veselin Rakocevic (City University London)
Short Paper: Experimental Analysis of Misbehavior Detection and Prevention in VANETs
Norbert Bißmeyer (Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology); Klaus Henrik Schröder (Darmstadt University of Technology); Jonathan Petit (University of Twente); Sebastian Mauthofer (Darmstadt University of Technology); Kpatcha Bayarou (Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology)
Short Paper: Channel Model for Visible Light Communications Using Off-the-shelf Scooter Taillight
Wantanee Viriyasitavat (Mahidol University); Shun-Hsiang Yu (National Taiwan University); Hsin-Mu Tsai (National Taiwan University)
Short Paper: Road-Casting: A New Distributed Dissemination Protocol for Safety Messages in Urban Areas
Sofiane Zemouri (PEL, UCD); Soufiene Djahel (Lero, UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics); John Murphy (University College Dublin)
Short Paper: Vehicle Shadowing Distribution Depends on Vehicle Type: Results of an Experimental Study
Michele Segata (University of Innsbruck); Bastian Bloessl (University of Innsbruck); Stefan Joerer (University of Innsbruck); Christoph Sommer (University of Innsbruck); Renato Lo Cigno (University of Trento); Falko Dressler (University of Innsbruck)
Short Paper: Towards Data-similarity-based Clustering for Inter-vehicle Communication
Stefan Dietzel (Ulm University); Mihail Balanici (Ulm University); Frank Kargl (Ulm University)
Short Paper: Formal Verification of an Authorization Protocol for Remote Vehicle Diagnostics
Pierre Kleberger (Chalmers University of Technology); Guilhem Moulin (Chalmers University of Technology)
Short Paper: A LTE-Direct Broadcast Mechanism for Periodic Vehicular Safety Communications
Laurent Gallo (EURECOM); Jérôme Härri (EURECOM)
Short Paper: Design and Evaluation of a Multi-Channel Mechanism for Vehicular Service Management At 5.9GHz
Laura De Martini (Politecnico di Torino); Jérôme Härri (EURECOM)
Short Paper: Multi-Task-Oriented Dynamic Participant Selection for Collaborative Vehicle Sensing
Zheng Song (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications); Yazhi Liu (Hebei United University); Jian Ma (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications); Gong Xiangyang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications); Wang Wendong (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications)
Short Paper: Dynamic Online Storage Allocation for Multi-Content Dissemination in Two-Tier Hybrid Mobile Vehicular Networks
Keyvan Rezaei Moghadam (University of Southern California); Maheswaran Sathiamoorthy (University of Southern California); Bhaskar Krishnamachari (University of Southern California); Fan Bai (General Motors)
Short Paper: Performance Analysis of MIMO-Based Decode-and-Forward Relaying VANETs
Bengi Aygun (Worcester Polytechnic Institute); Alkan Soysal (Bahcesehir University); Alexander M. Wyglinski (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Short Paper: Study of Driver Workload-based Smartphone Control Service
Hyunsuk Kim (ETRI, Human-Vehicle Interaction Research Team); Yoonsook Hwang (Green Vehicle IT Research ETRI); DaeSub Yoon (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute); Cheong Hee Park (ChungNam National University)
Short Paper: Collaboration Between VANET Applications Based on Open Standards
Sebastian Ebers (University of Lübeck); Horst Hellbrück (University of Applied Sciences Lübeck); Dennis Pfisterer (University of Lübeck); Stefan Fischer (University of Lübeck)
Short Paper: Inter-vehicular Distance Improvement Using Position Information in a Collaborative Adaptive Cruise Control System
Abdoulaye Amadou Maranga (Université de Sherbrooke)
Short Paper: Probing the Spectrum with Vehicles: Towards an Advanced Spectrum Database
Takeo Fujii (The University of Electro-Communications); Kei Inage (The University of Electro-Communications); Masayuki Kitamura (The University of Electro-Communications); Onur Altintas (Toyota InfoTechnology Center); Haris Kremo (Toyota InfoTechnology Center); Hideaki Tanaka (Toyota InfoTechnology Center)
Short Paper: Establishing Trust in a Vehicular Network
Raquel Guerreiro Machado (Worcester Polytechnic Institute); Krishna Kumar Venkatasubramanian (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Short Paper: On the Potential of V2X Communications in Helping Electric Bicycles Saving Energy
Irina Tal (Dublin City University); Tianhua Zhu (Dublin City University); Gabriel-Miro Muntean (Dublin City University)

04.00p Coffee Break

04.30p Poster and Demo Session

WAVE Low Latency Video Streaming for Platooning Safety Real-Time Application
Younes Bouchaala, Mohamed Marouf, Mohammad Y. Abualhoul, Evangeline Pollard, Oyunchimeg Shagdar, and Fawzi Nashashibi (INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt)
Collect-Ferry-Diffuse: A New Role for Vehicles During Disasters
Hideaki Tanaka, Onur Altintas, Koichi Seki, Haris Kremo, Makiko Matsumoto, and Ryokichi Onishi (TOYOTA InfoTechnology Center, Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan)
Connection Control of In-Vehicle Wireless LAN for Public Transport with High-Density Passengers
Satoshi Imata, Nobuo Suzuki, and Tsuyoshi Takahashi (Smart Wireless Technology Development Group KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc., Tokyo, Japan)
BroadR-Reach Physical Layer Conformance Testing
Curtis Donahue and David Estes (University of New Hampshire - Interoperability Laboratory, Durham, New Hampshire, USA)

07.00p Dinner

Wednesday, December 18

08.00a Registration

09.00a Full Paper Session 5: Networking II (session chair: Hannes Hartenstein, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Austria)

Topology Control in VANET and Capacity Estimation
Anh Tuan Giang (University of Paris Sud XI); Anthony Busson (Ecole Normale Supérieure); Alain Lambert (University of Paris Sud XI); Dominique Gruyer (LIVIC-IFSTTAR)
Live VANET CDN: Adaptive Data Dissemination Scheme for Location-Dependent Data in VANETs
Nobuhiro Nakamura (Shizuoka University); Yuya Niimi (Shizuoka University); Susumu Ishihara (Shizuoka University)
Transparent Flow Migration Through Splicing for Multi-homed Vehicular Internet Gateways
Joshua Hare (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Lance Hartung (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Suman Banerjee (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

10.30a Coffee Break

11.00a Panel session on “Heterogeneous Vehicular Networks” (Moderator: Falko Dressler)

A future trend of vehicular networks is the move away from focusing on just a single technology and towards designing systems that can make use of multiple different technologies, creating heterogeneous vehicular networks. Looking into the literature, however, the underlying assumptions, concepts, and even the goals of such approaches are very fuzzy. In an effort to move this research area forward by clarifying the foundations, identifying commonalities and differences of existing approaches, and outlining future research directions, a working group was formed at the 2013 Dagstuhl Seminar on Vehicular Networks. This panel aims to push the limits even further and to discuss open challenges and opportunities in this field.

Panelists:

  • Mario Gerla, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Marco Gruteser, Rutgers University
  • Abhimanyu Gosain, BBN Technologies
  • Hannes Hartenstein, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Xinzhou Wu, Qualcomm

12.30p Luncheon

01.30p Full Paper Session 6: Security and Privacy (session chair: Alexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)

The Impact of Security on Cooperative Awareness in VANET
Michael Feiri (University of Twente); Jonathan Petit (University of Twente); Robert K Schmidt (Denso Automotive Dtld. GmbH); Frank Kargl (Ulm University)
A Security Credential Management System for V2V Communications (slides)
William Whyte (Security Innovation); Andre Weimerskirch (ESCRYPT); Virendra Kumar (ESCRYPT); Thorsten Hehn (Volkswagen)
Impact of V2X Privacy Strategies on Intersection Collision Avoidance Systems
Stephanie Lefevre (University of California, Berkeley); Jonathan Petit (University of Twente); Ruzena Bajcsy (University of California, Berkeley); Christian Laugier (INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes); Frank Kargl (Ulm University)
SEROSA: SERvice Oriented Security Architecture for Vehicular Communications
Stylianos Gisdakis (KTH Royal Institute of Technology); Marcello Laganà (KTH Royal Institute of Technology); Thanassis Giannetsos (KTH Royal Institute of Technology); Panagiotis (Panos) Papadimitratos (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

03.30p Closing remarks