Call for papers

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Authors are invited to submit full papers comprising original work, not previously published, in English of max. 12 pages (or max. 8 pages for work in progress) in LNCS single-column format (please refer to LNCS author guidelines webpage for templates: https://www.springer.com/fr/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines)

All papers will be reviewed by an International Technical Program Committee with appropriate expertise.

A properly anonymized (should not contain the names/details of the authors) version of the paper has to be submitted to: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nets4carsnets4trainsnets4aircraft0

Topics

Areas of interest of the workshop include (but are not limited to):

Communication in transport

Vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure and in-vehicle communications
Vehicule-to-Internet communications, roadside infrastructure and core network
Radio technologies for V2X (radio resource management and interference management, physical layer, propagation models, antennas, etc.)
Protocols for vehicular networks (MAC / link layer, routing, IP mobility, dissemination, transport, applications, etc.) and performance enhancements
New trends in VANETS, e.g. integration of electric vehicles in smart grid communications

Information management

Mobility management, network management, traffic modeling and optimization
Trajectory optimization and trajectory and separation management
Information management, enhanced communication, surveillance and navigation
Digital maps and localization using communication technologies and GNSS applications
Applications for vehicular networks: multimedia applications, safety-critical vs. non-critical applications

Validation, certification, standardisation

Safety, reliability and dependability in vehicular networks
Security and privacy in vehicular communications
Analytical, simulation and experimental systems
Field operational testing and results
Recent standardization efforts and problems (e.g. 802.11p, ITS G5, ERTMS, LTE-R)