Technical Program

  Thursday, December 8 Friday, December 9 Saturday, December 10
9:00 ‑ 9:15   K2: Keynote by Prof. Umit Ozguner S8: Application I
9:15 ‑ 9:45 O: Opening
9:45 ‑ 10:10 K1: Keynote on Smart Columbus C3: Coffee break
10:10 ‑ 10:15 C6: Coffee break
10:15 ‑ 10:30 S4: LTE & 5G
10:30 ‑ 11:00 C1: Coffee break S9: Application II
11:00 ‑ 11:45 S1: Physical Layer
11:45 ‑ 11:50 L2: Lunch
11:50 ‑ 12:00 L3: Lunch
12:00 ‑ 12:45 L1: Lunch
12:45 ‑ 12:50 S5: Formal Modeling & Simulation
12:50 ‑ 13:00 K3: Panel: The Future of V2X Communication
13:00 ‑ 13:30 S2: Visible Light Communications
13:30 ‑ 14:00 P1: 2-min Presentation for poster/demo 1
14:00 ‑ 14:10 C4: Poster/demo 1 (with coffee)
14:10 ‑ 14:30 App: App contest
14:30 ‑ 15:30 S10: Security and Privacy
15:30 ‑ 15:40 S6: Multi-hop Communications I
15:40 ‑ 15:50 C2: Coffee break
15:50 ‑ 16:10 P2: 2-min Presetation for poster/demo 2
16:10 ‑ 16:20 S3: Vehicle Sensing
16:20 ‑ 16:40 C7: Poster/demo 2 (with coffee)
16:40 ‑ 16:55 C5: short break
16:55 ‑ 17:50 S7: Multihop Communications II
17:50 ‑ 18:05 C: Closing
18:05 ‑ 18:10 Banquet

Thursday, December 8

09:15–09:45 O: Opening

09:45–10:30 K1: Keynote on Smart Columbus

10:30–11:00C1: Coffee break

11:00–12:00S1: Physical Layer

Session chair: Bengi Aygun (Nokia Bell Labs, Germany)
Performance Comparison of IEEE 802.11p and ARIB STD-T109
Julian Heinovski (Paderborn University, Germany); Florian Klingler and Falko Dressler (University of Paderborn, Germany); Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany)
Vehicle-to-Barrier Communication During Real-World Vehicle Crash Tests
Samil Temel (Turkish Air Force Academy, Turkey); Mehmet Can Vuran and Mohammad Lunar (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA); Ronald K Faller (University of Nebraska-Lincoln & Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, USA); Cody Stolle (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)
On the Impact of Antenna Patterns on VANET Simulation
David Eckhoff (University of Erlangen, Germany); Alexander Brummer (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany)

12:00–13:00L1: Lunch

13:00–14:10S2: Visible Light Communications

Session chair: Ashwin Ashok (Georgia State University, USA)
Time Variation in Vehicle-to-Vehicle Visible Light Communication Channels
Ai-Ling Chen, Hao-Ping Wu, Yu-Lin Wei and Hsin-Mu Tsai (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Broadcasting Brake Lights with MIMO-OFDM Based Vehicular VLC
Bugra Turan (Koc University, Turkey); Omer Narmanlioglu (P. I. Works & Ozyegin University, Turkey); Sinem Coleri Ergen (Koc University & University of California Berkeley, Turkey); Murat Uysal (Ozyegin University, Turkey)
Development of Low-Complexity MLE Method for Image-Sensor-Based Visible Light Communication
Yuki Ohira and Tomohiro Yendo (Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan); Shintaro Arai (Okayama University of Science, Japan)
Prospects of Differential Optical Receiver with Ambient Light Compensation in Vehicular Visible Light Communication
Mohammad Rakibul Alam and Saleh Faruque (University of North Dakota, USA)

14:10–15:40App: App contest

15:40–16:10C2: Coffee break

16:10–18:10S3: Vehicle Sensing

Session chair: Falko Dressler (University of Paderborn, Germany)
Realizing Collective Perception in a Vehicle
Hendrik-Jörn Günther (Volkswagen Group Research & Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany); Björn Mennenga (Volkswagen Group Research, Germany); Oliver Trauer (C4C Engineering GmbH, Germany); Raphael Riebl (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany); Lars C Wolf (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany)
Collective Perception and Decentralized Congestion Control in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks
Hendrik-Jörn Günther (Volkswagen Group Research & Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany); Raphael Riebl (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany); Lars C Wolf (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany); Christian Facchi (Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Establishing Vehicular Ground Truth
Pallavi Meharia (University of Cincinnati, USA); Biswajit Panja (Eastern Michigan University, USA); Dharma P Agrawal (University of Cincinnati, USA)
Coordinated Merge Control Based on V2V Communication
Fang-Chieh Chou (University of California, Berkeley, USA); Steven Shladover (UC Berkeley, USA); Gaurav Bansal (Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA)
MOVESET: MOdular VEhicle SEnsor Technology
Qi Chen, Brendan Bellows and Mike P Wittie (Montana State University, USA); Stacy Patterson (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA); Qing Yang (Montana State University, USA)
Towards Characterizing Bluetooth Discovery in a Vehicular Context
Walter Bronzi, Thierry Derrmann and German Castignani (University of Luxembourg / SnT, Luxembourg); Thomas Engel (University of Luxemburg, Luxembourg)

Friday, December 9

09:00–09:45K2: Keynote by Prof. Umit Ozguner

Communication Needs in Collaborative Driving
Prof. Umit Ozguner

09:45–10:15C3: Coffee break

10:15–11:45S4: LTE & 5G

Session chair: Sinem Coleri Ergen (Koc University, Turkey)
On the Overhead of Radio Resource Management Schemes for Mobile Underlay D2D Communication
Mladen Botsov (BMW Group Research and Technology & Technische Universität Berlin, Germany); Slawomir Stanczak (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute & Technische Universität Berlin, Germany); Peter Fertl (BMW Group Research and Technology, Germany)
Enhanced Autonomous Resource Selection for LTE-Based V2V Communication
Jiaxin Yang (McGill University, Canada); Benoit Pelletier (InterDigital Canada, Canada); Benoit Champagne (McGill University, Canada)
Pick the Right Guy: CQI-Based LTE Forwarder Selection in VANETs
Ion Turcanu (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy); Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany); Andrea Baiocchi (University of Roma Sapienza, Italy); Falko Dressler (University of Paderborn, Germany)
A 5G V2X Testbed for Cooperative Automated Driving
Hanwen Cao, Sandip Gangakhedkar, Ali Ali and Mohamed Gharba (Huawei German Research Center, Germany); Joseph Eichinger (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH, European Research Center (ERC), Germany)

11:45–12:45L2: Lunch

12:45–13:30S5: Formal Modeling & Simulation

Session chair: Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany)
Formal Models for Automotive Systems and Vehicular Networks: Benefits and Challenges
Eduardo dos Santos (University of Oxford, United Kingdom & CAPES Foundation, Brazil); Dominik Schoop (Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Andrew Simpson (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Formally Verifiable Modeling of In-Vehicle Time-Sensitive Networks (TSN) Based on Logic Programming
Morteza Hashemi Farzaneh (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Alois Knoll (Technical University Munich Garching, Germany); Sina Shafaei (Technische Universität München, Germany)
Partitioning of Urban Transportation Networks Utilizing Real-World Traffic Parameters for Distributed Simulation in SUMO
Mohammad Asadul Hoque and Md Salman Ahmed (East Tennessee State University, USA)

13:30–14:00P1: 2-min Presentation for poster/demo 1

Poster: Using Clusters of Parked Cars as Virtual Vehicular Network Infrastructure
Florian Hagenauer and Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany); Takamasa Higuchi (Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Japan); Onur Altintas (Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA, Inc., USA); Falko Dressler (University of Paderborn, Germany)
Poster: Efficient Cluster-Based Resource Allocation for Co-Existing Vehicle and Cellular Users
Idoia de la Iglesia (University of Deusto, Spain & Nokia Bell Labs, Poland); Unai Hernández-Jayo (University of Deusto, Spain); Maciej Januszewski and Jedrzej Stanczak (Nokia Bell Labs, Poland); Eneko Osaba (University of Deusto, Spain); Roberto Carballedo (University of Deusto & Deusto Foundation - Deusto Institute of Technology, Spain)
Poster: Reliability Enhancement in V2V Networks Through Vehicle-Assisted Relaying
Hussain Elkotby and Mai Vu (Tufts University, USA)
Poster: A TDM Approach for Latency Reduction of Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Data in 5G
Karthikeyan Ganesan (Huawei Technologies GmbH & Germany, Germany); Tapisha Soni (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH, Germany); Swaroop Nunna (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH & European Research Center, Germany); Ali Ali (Huawei German Research Center, Germany)
Poster: A Scheduling Method for V2V Networks Using Successive Interference Cancellation
Yuta Watanabe, Koya Sato and Takeo Fujii (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
Poster: Power over Data Lines for CAN Using AMI Code
Tatsuki Matsushita, Daisuke Umehara and Wakasugi Koichiro (Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan)
Poster: Symbol Detection with OR Rule for CAN FD
Natsumi Sato, Daisuke Umehara and Wakasugi Koichiro (Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan)
Poster: On-Board Camera Video Transmission over Vehicular VLC
Omer Narmanlioglu (P. I. Works & Ozyegin University, Turkey); Bugra Turan (Koc University, Turkey); Burak Kebapci (Ozyegin University, Turkey); Sinem Coleri Ergen (Koc University & University of California Berkeley, Turkey); Murat Uysal (Ozyegin University, Turkey)
Poster: Monitoring Transit Systems Using Low Cost WiFi Technology
Samy S. El-Tawab, Raymond Oram, Michael Garcia and Chris Johns (James Madison University, USA); B. Brian Park (University of Virginia, USA)
Poster: LuST-LTE: A Simulation Package for Pervasive Vehicular Connectivity
Thierry Derrmann (University of Luxembourg / SnT, Luxembourg); Sébastien Faye (University of Luxembourg, SnT, Luxembourg); Raphael Frank (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg); Thomas Engel (University of Luxemburg, Luxembourg)
Poster: A Lightweight Localization Algorithm Using V2V and V2I Short Range Communication in Highly Dense Reference Networks
Heath J. LeBlanc, Firas Hassan and Edgar Gomez (Ohio Northern University, USA); Nesreen Alsbou (University of Central Oklahoma, USA)
Poster: A Hybrid MAC Scheme for Emergency Systems in Urban VANETs Environment
Saifullah Khan (Carl von Ossietzky University, Oldenburg, Germany); Martin Fränzle (OFFIS Institute for Computer Science and University of Oldenburg, Germany); Muhammad Alam (Instituto de Telecomunicacões, Portugal); Nils Henning Müllner (Mälardalen University, Sweden)
Demo: OpenC2X - An Open Source Experimental and Prototyping Platform Supporting ETSI ITS-G5
Sven Laux, Gurjashan Singh Pannu, Stefan Schneider, Jan Tiemann and Florian Klingler (University of Paderborn, Germany); Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany); Falko Dressler (University of Paderborn, Germany)
Demo: Real-time Vehicle Movement Tracking on Android Devices Through Bluetooth Communication with DSRC Devices
Md Salman Ahmed and Mohammad Asadul Hoque (East Tennessee State University, USA); Asad Khattak (University of Tennessee, USA)
Demo: An Architecture for V2X Communication-Centric Traffic Light Controllers
Norbert Varga and Laszlo Bokor (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); András Takács, József Kovács and László Virág (Commsignia Inc., Hungary)
Poster: SafeRoute: A Framework for Assessment of Road Safety
R. Vince Rabsatt (University of California Los Angeles, USA); Haik Kalantarian (University of California, Los Angeles, USA); Mario Gerla (University of California at Los Angeles, USA)

14:00–15:30C4: Poster/demo 1 (with coffee)

15:30–16:40S6: Multi-hop Communications I

Session chair: Thomas Strang (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany)
LASP: Look-Ahead Spatial Protocol for Vehicular Multi-hop Communication
Rui Meireles and Peter Steenkiste (Carnegie Mellon University, USA); Joao Barros (Instituto de Telecomunicações & Universidade do Porto, Portugal); Daniel C. Moura (University of Porto, Portugal)
Towards Reliable Multi-Hop Broadcast in VANETs: An Analytical Approach
Mozhdeh Gholibeigi, Mitra Baratchi, Hans van den Berg and Geert Heijenk (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Selective Message Relaying for Multi-Hopping Vehicular Networks
Bengi Aygun (Nokia Bell Labs, Germany); Chung-Wei Lin and Shinichi Shiraishi (Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA); Alexander M. Wyglinski (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)

16:40–16:55C5: short break

16:55–18:05S7: Multihop Communications II

Session chair: Rui Meireles (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Low-Delay Forwarding with Multiple Candidates for VANETs Using Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Karsten Roscher and Josef Jiru (Fraunhofer ESK, Germany); Rudi Knorr (Fraunhofer Institute for Embedded Systems and Communication Technologies (ESK), Germany)
PeRCeIVE: Proactive Caching in ICN-based VANETs
Dennis Grewe and Marco Wagner (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany); Hannes Frey (Universität Koblenz-Landau, Germany)
Connected Vehicles Under Information-Centric Architectures
Mehrnaz Tavan (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA); Roy Yates and Dipankar Raychaudhuri (Rutgers University, USA)


Saturday, December 10

09:00–10:10S8: Application I

Session chair: Jose Santa (University Centre of Defense at the Spanish Air Force Academy, Spain)
eCall++: An Enhanced Emergency Call System for Improved Road Safety
Jon Blancou and João Almeida (Instituto de Telecomunicações, DETI - University of Aveiro, Portugal); Bruno Fernandes and Luis Silva (Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal); Muhammad Alam (Instituto de Telecomunicacões, Portugal); José Fonseca (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal); Joaquim Ferreira (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
RideSense: Towards Ticketless Transportation
Rufeng Meng (University of South Carolina, USA); David W Grömling (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany); Romit Roy Choudhury (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA); Srihari Nelakuditi (University of South Carolina, USA)
Adaptive Cloud Offloading for Vehicular Applications
Ashwin Ashok (Georgia State University, USA); Peter Steenkiste (Carnegie Mellon University, USA); Fan Bai (General Motors, USA)

10:10–10:30C6: Coffee break

10:30–11:50S9: Application II

Session chair: Susumu Ishihara (Shizuoka University, Japan)
Technical Evaluation of GLOSA Systems and Results From the Field
Rainer Stahlmann and Malte Möller (AUDI AG, Germany); Alexej Brauer (Technische Universtität München, Germany); Reinhard German and David Eckhoff (University of Erlangen, Germany)
Detecting Relative Position of User Devices and Mobile Access Points
Leonid Kholkine (University of Porto, Portugal); Pedro Miguel Santos (University of Porto & Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal); André Cardote (Instituto de Telecomunicações, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal); Ana C Aguiar (Instituto de Telecomunicações & University of Porto, Portugal)
A Four Dimensional Model for VANET Destination Prediction
Nardine Basta (University of Ulm, Germany); Amal Elnahas (TheBritish University in Egypt, Egypt); Hans Peter Großmann (Ulm University, Germany); Slim Abdennadher (GUC, Egypt)
Cooperative ITS for Two-Wheel Vehicles to Improve Safety on Roads
Jose Santa (University Centre of Defence at the Spanish Air Force Academy, Spain); Pedro Javier Fernández Ruiz (University of Murcia, Spain); Miguel Angel Zamora (University Of Murca, Spain)

11:50–12:50L3: Lunch

12:50–14:30K3: Panel: The Future of V2X Communication

Organizer: Dr. Jim Lansford, Qualcomm

14:30–15:50S10: Security and Privacy

Session chair: Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany)
Vehicular PKI Scalability-Consistency Trade-Offs in Large Scale Distributed Scenarios
Pierpaolo Cincilla (SystemX, France); Omar Hicham (University of Pierre and Marie Curie, France); Benoit Charles (IDnomic, France)
Marrying Safety with Privacy: A Holistic Solution for Location Privacy in VANETs
David Eckhoff (University of Erlangen, Germany); Christoph Sommer (Paderborn University, Germany)
Security Vulnerabilities of IEEE 802.11p and Visible Light Communication Based Platoon
Seyhan Ucar (Koc University, Turkey); Sinem Coleri Ergen (Koc University & University of California Berkeley, Turkey); Oznur Ozkasap (Koc University, Turkey)
Exploiting Propagation Effects for Authentication and Misbehavior Detection in VANETs
Ala'a Al-Momani, Rens van der Heijden and Frank Kargl (Ulm University, Germany); Christian Waldschmidt (University of Ulm, Germany)
Proactive Certificate Validation for VANETs
Hongyu Jin and Panagiotis Papadimitratos (KTH, Sweden)

15:50–16:20P2: 2-min Presentation for poster/demo 2

Poster: V2V Communication- Keeping You Under Non-Disputable Surveillance -
Markus Ullmann (Federal Office for Information Security & University of Applied Sciences Bonn- Rhein-Sieg, Germany); Thomas Strubbe (BSI, Germany); Christian Wieschebrink (Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Germany)
Poster: Simple Key Management Scheme for In-Vehicle System
Toru Sakon (University of Hyogo & Sumitomo Electric Industries, ltd., Japan); Yukikazu Nakamoto (University of Hyogo, Japan)
Poster: Hardware Based Security Enhanced Framework for Automotives
Ali Shuja Siddiqui and Yutian Gui (Florida Institute of Technology, USA); Jim Plusquellic (University of New Mexico, USA); Fareena Saqib (Florida Institute of Technology, USA)
Poster: Anomaly-Based Misbehaviour Detection in Connected Car Backends
Olga Berlin (Daimler AG, Germany); Matthias Matousek (Ulm University, Germany); Albert Held (Daimler AG, Germany); Frank Kargl (Ulm University, Germany)
Poster: PREXT: Privacy Extension for Veins VANET Simulator
Karim Emara (SnT, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Poster: Message Authentication and Secret Key Agreement in VANETs via Angle of Arrival
Amr Abdelaziz (The Ohio State University & Military Technical College, USA); Can Emre Koksal (The Ohio State University, USA); Ron Burton (Transportation Research Center, Columbus, OH, USA)
Poster: On the Effect of RF Jamming Attack on Autonomous Platooning Systems with Radio and VLC Hybrid Communication
Susumu Ishihara and Yusuke Ueta (Shizuoka University, Japan); Mario Gerla (University of California at Los Angeles, USA)
Poster: Qualia Exploitation of Sensing Technology (QuEST) for Vehicular Network Optimization
Teresa Hawkes (University of Oklahoma, USA); Trevor Bihl (Air Force Institiute of Technology, USA); Steven Rogers (Air Force Research Laboratory, USA)
Poster: Synchronised Charging of Electric Vehicles with Distant Renewable Energy Resources
Tobias Kleinschmidt and Oliver Fuhr (TU Dortmund University, Germany); Christian Wietfeld (TU Dortmund University & Communication Networks Institute, Germany)
Poster: Electric Vehicle Network Bidirectional Charging for Flexible Vehicle-to-Grid Services
Seungwook Yoon and Euiseok Hwang (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea)
Demo: A Prototype for a Platoon-based Cyclist Cooperative System
Juan Salamanca (Icesi University, Colombia); Sandra Céspedes (Universidad de Chile, Chile); Daniel Vinasco (Universidad Icesi, Colombia); Alexis Yañez (Universidad de Chile, Chile)
Demo: Communication Requirements of CACC for High-Density Platooning
Marcin Ochocki, Vladimir Vukadinovic and Maciej Januszewski (Nokia Bell Labs, Poland); Idoia de la Iglesia (University of Deusto, Spain & Nokia Bell Labs, Poland)
Poster: Insights on Communication Range and Capacity Requirements of Automated Vehicles
Miguel Sepulcre (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche, Spain); Onur Altintas (Toyota InfoTechnology Center, USA, Inc., USA); Javier Gozalvez (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche, Spain)

16:20–17:50C7: Poster/demo 2 (with coffee)

17:50–18:10C: Closing