Ford Motor Company, USA
University of Lincoln, UK
Intelligent Vehicular Systems and Control (IVSC)'s goal is to promote applying system & control theory and computational intelligence to solving current and future mobility problems in achieving safe, comfortable, green, and autonomous operations of ground vehicles. The IVSC strives to cover both theoretic and practical aspects of intelligent vehicles, automotive systems and controls. More specifically, IVSC covers both the traditional applications (e.g., vehicle & subsystem controls, electrification and powertrain, driver modeling, vehicle integration) and the emerging areas such as semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles, collaborative vehicles, virtual driver systems, machine learning for automotive applications (e.g., deep driving and perception). The IVSC technical committee will organize special sessions in international conferences under SMC, collaborate with academia, industry, and government agencies on emerging technical programs.
- David Abbink, Delft Univ. of Tech., Netherlands
- Hong Chen, Jiling Univ., China
- Dongpu Cao, Cranfield Univ., UK
- Dimitar Filev, Ford Motor Co., USA
- Timothy Gordon, Univ. of Michigan, USA
- Levent Guvenc, Ohio State University, USA
- Laurent Itti, Univ. of South California, USA
- Sabina Jeschke, RWTH, Germany
- Yaochu Jin, University of Surrey, UK
- Ilya Kolmanovsky, Univ. of Michigan, USA
- Jianbo Lu, Ford Motor Co., USA
- Tom Pilutti, Ford Motor Co., USA
- Danil Prokhorov, Toyota Tech. Center, USA
- Liu Qiao, 3M, USA
- Stefan Solyom, Apple, USA
- Fazal Syed, Ford Motor Co., USA
- Junmin Wang, Ohio State Univ., USA
- Rencheng Zheng, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
- Organized special sessions on "Intelligent Vehicle Systems and Control" at IEEE SMC each year from 2009 to date, including the following
- IEEE SMC'16: the largest of our special sessions to date, with15 papers accepted, presenting new research in driver behavior and autonomous vehicle control.
- IEEE SMC'14: having particular focus on autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicle systems
- IEEE SMC'11: having particular focus on Shared Control
- Interact with researchers, practitioners, and agencies who are interested in applying system & control theory and computational intelligence to automotive systems.
- Exchange research ideas, form partnership.
- Obtain the most recent research results through private communications with TC members.
- Get the most recent update from industry and academia on automotive innovations (e.g., self-driving cars, smart mobility, big data)
- Participate in exciting conferences, workshops, and special issues, meet people from all around the world, and travel to different parts of the world.
- Help define new research directions and bring the emerging technologies to everyone's attention.
- Exchange visits and possibly share research resources with other members.
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