The Monthly Newsletter of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society—September 2017

 

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2017 IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference: IEEE VTC2017-Fall
Halim Yanikomeroglu (General Chair) and Weihua Zhuang (Technical Program Chair)

The 2017 IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference will be held 24–27 September 2017 in Toronto, Canada. This semi-annual flagship conference of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society will bring together individuals from academia, government, and industry to discuss and exchange ideals in the fields of wireless, mobile, and vehicular technology.

VTC2017-Fall will feature technical sessions with 475 peer-reviewed high-quality papers, 11 workshops, 10 tutorials, as well as world-class keynotes. The program will also feature a conference-long industrial track, during which the attendees will be able to participate in 9 panels on “5G wireless”, “ACE (autonomous, connected, and electric) vehicles”, and “Connected World”. The attendees will have the opportunity to hear some of the world’s most distinguished industry leaders, and world-renowned researchers from industry, government labs, and academia.

The conference is proud to have committed strong companies, Huawei Technology Co. Ltd. and TELUS, as high-level patrons, as well as exhibits by Springer and NovAtel.

Toronto is one of the loveliest cities in North America. The conference hotel is Hilton Toronto, in the heart of beautiful downtown Toronto, within easy reach of many local attractions. We will also offer an exciting social program. We hope our delegates will have the opportunity to explore this great city.

 

Toronto is an international center for business, finance, arts, and culture; and is widely recognized as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world. The Greater Toronto Area, with a population of almost 7 million, is the fifth largest metropolitan area in North America. Moreover, the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor is one of the largest technology superclusters in the world with 15,000 tech companies, 5,200 tech startups, and 200,000 tech workers.

Canada is also celebrating its 150th birthday in 2017—yet another reason to make Toronto your destination for VTC2017-Fall!

We have made every effort to have the VTC tradition of excellence continue in VTC2017-Fall as well. We hope our delegates find VTC2017-Fall an exciting experience…

Visit the conference site (http://vtc2017fall.org) for latest information and updates.

 

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Message from the EiC
VTS Features at IEEE Sections Congress 2017 in Sydney
VTS Chapter Profile The Seattle Chapter
IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine
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Lectures on Energetic Efficiency of Connected Vehicles, and Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Fundamentals
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Connected Vehicles
Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems
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Mobile Radio
Research and Development Towards 5G
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Transportation Systems
Driverless Trains in Malaysia
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Abbas Jamalipour

 
 
 
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Events in 2017:
VTC2017-Fall in Toronto, Canada
24–27 September 2017
11–14 December 2017
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