Connected-Vehicles Workshop

17 August, 2012

BA1170, Bahen Centre, 40 St. George Street

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Toronto

Toronto, ON

8:30 8:45

Registration

8:45 9:10

Opening Remarks and Introduction Prof. Victor Leung, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UBC

Connected Vehicle Technology I

9:10 9:35

Coalition-based cooperative packet delivery under uncertainty: A dynamic Bayesian coalitional game, Prof. Ekram Hossain, Electrical and Computer Engineering, U. Manitoba

9:35 10:00

An intelligent rate controller for video traffic in VANET, Prof. Oliver Yang, School of Information Technology and Engineering, U. Ottawa

10:00 10:25

A resilient location-aware video unicast scheme for vehicular networks, Mr. Cristiano Rezende, School of Information Technology and Engineering, U. Ottawa

10:25 10:50

Coffee Break

Connected Vehicle Technology II

10:50 11:15

DORA: Dynamic Optimal Random Access for vehicle-to-roadside communication, Dr. Vahid Shah-Mansouri, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UBC

11:15 11:40

Application-based solutions for networking vehicles, Dr. Kaveh Shafiee, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UBC

11:40 12:05

Establishing security and privacy in WAVE-enabled VANETs, Mr. Subir Biswas, Computer Science, U. Manitoba

12:05 12:30

Emerging technologies for traffic modeling using Bluetooth and cellular enabled data collection, Mr. Ryan Neighbour, Electrical and Computer Engineering, U. Manitoba

12:30 13:30

Light Lunch Provided

Connected Vehicle Strategies

13:30 13:55

ITS Canada`s Connected Vehicle Strategies - a Global Context, Mr. Carl Kuhnke, Executive Director, ITS Canada

13:55 14:20

Framework for evaluating wireless technology functionality in transportation, Prof. Garland Chow. Sauder School of Business and BITSAFS, UBC

14:20 14:45

Towards a balanced and reliable localization of services in heterogeneous vehicular ad hoc networks, Dr. Kaouther Abrougui, School of Information Technology and Engineering, U. Ottawa

14:45 15:15

Coffee Break

Connected Vehicles and Smart Transportation

15:15 15:20

Introduction to CVST Project, Prof. Alberto Leon-Garcia, Electrical and Computer Engineering, U. Toronto

15:20 15:40

Using smart phones as traffic probes, Dr. Mark Shtern, Computer Science, York University

15:40 16:00

Publish/subscribe & big event data for smart traffic management, Prof. Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Electrical and Computer Engineering, U. Toronto

16:00 16:20

Characterizing and predicting network flows, Dr. Ali Tizghadam, Electrical and Computer Engineering, U. Toronto

16:20 16:40

What is after vehicles are connected: How do we control traffic and congestion?, Prof. Baher Abdulhai, Civil Engineering, U. Toronto

16:40 17:00

Group Q & A All speakers