Purpose

The workshop aims to bring together scientists and engineers from academia and industry in the field of connected and automated vehicles to present and exchange their latest ideas and breakthroughs.

Speakers

All the speakers of the workshop will be invited speakers from around the world who are experts in the field of connected and automated vehicles. Experts from both academia and industry will be invited.

Organizers

The conference is organized by the University of Michigan researchers from the departments of Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Abstract submission for posters is now open

The workshop will feature a poster session for participants to present their work and share their results. Posters will be accepted based on a 300-400 word abstract that explains the information that will be included on the poster. If an abstract is accepted, one author must register for and attend the workshop to present the poster. The workshop will provide the easles, but the poster authors are responsible for printing, mounting, and dismounting their posters.

Poster abstract submission deadline 11 Jan 2019
Acceptance/rejection notification 15 Feb 2019
Submit Poster Abstract

Registration

The registration web site will be available soon. Having an accepted poster is not required to participate in the workshop. Registration includes the opening and farewell receptions, the lunches, as well as the workshop banquet. The registration rates are as follows and are in USD.

Regular registration $480
Student registration $240

Logistics

The workshop will be held on April 28-30, 2019, at the Michigan League, 911 N University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, which is located on the Central Campus of the University of Michigan.

Organizing Committee

in alphabetical order

Tulga Ersal

Tulga Ersal

Matthew Johnson-Roberson

Matthew Johnson-Roberson

Ilya Kolmanovsky

Ilya Kolmanovsky

Neda Masoud

Neda Masoud

Gabor Orosz

Gabor Orosz

Chair

Necmiye Ozay

Necmiye Ozay

Jeffrey Scruggs

Jeffrey Scruggs

Ram Vasudevan

Ram Vasudevan

Speakers

in alphabetical order

Chris Atkinson (ARPA-E)
David Bevly (Auburn University)
Francesco Borrelli (UC Berkeley)
Stefano Di Cairano (MERL)
Avinash Balachandran (Toyota Research Institute)
Paolo Falcone (Chalmers University)
Dimitar Filev (Ford)
Karl Johanson (KTH)
John Kenney (Toyota)
Shengbo Li (Tsinghua University)
Andreas Malikopoulos (University of Delaware)
Lars Nielsen (Linköping University)
Huei Peng (University of Michigan)
Vasumathi Raman (Nuro)
Giorgio Rizzoni (Ohio State University)
Jim Sayer (UMTRI)
Sanjit Seshia (UC Berkeley)
Steve Shladover (Berkeley PATH)
Anna Stefanopoulou (University of Michigan)
Kirk Steudle (MDOT)
Jing Sun (University of Michigan)
Eric Tseng (Ford)
Ardalan Vahidi (Clemson University)
Nok Wongpiromsarn (nuTonomy)
Nathan van de Wouw (Eindhoven University)
Diana Yanakiev (Uber)
Yafeng Yin (University of Michigan)

Venue

Michigan League, Ann Arbor, MI USA

The conference will be held at the Michigan League. The Michigan League provides the University community with elegant facilities and superb catering services, providing the perfect location and atmosphere for meetings and special events. In addition, the twenty-one room Inn at the Michigan League offers convenient and comfortable accommodations for visitors, and the Mendelssohn Theatre, with 640 seats, provides a unique entertainment experience. The League also houses a convenience store and information desk, a cyber lounge, several eateries, and various sitting areas, including space in the charming garden.

Address: 911 N University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI , USA

Click here for a map.