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Program for 2019 IEEE International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo (ICCVE)

Monday, November 4

Monday, November 4 12:00 - 18:00

Registration

Room: Foyer

Monday, November 4 13:00 - 14:00

T1: Aspects of Automotive Radar

Prof. Schreiber
Room: 12

Monday, November 4 14:00 - 15:00

T2: Optical Time-of-Flight Sensors for Autonomous Driving

Marcus Hennecke (Infineon Technologies, Austria)
Room: 12
Optical Time-of-Flight Sensors for Autonomous Driving
Marcus E Hennecke (Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria)

Monday, November 4 15:00 - 15:30

Coffee Break

Monday, November 4 15:30 - 16:30

T3: Physical-realistic camera simulations: how real do simulations have to be?

Alexander Braun (University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Room: 12
Physical-realistic camera simulations: how real do simulations have to be?
Alexander Braun (University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf, Germany)

Monday, November 4 16:30 - 17:30

T4: Securing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles via Trust Management

Farhan Ahmad (University of Derby, United Kingdom, Great Britain), Dr Asma Adnane (Loughborough University, UK), Prof Fatih Kurugollu (University of Derby, United Kingdom, Great Britain)
Room: 12
Securing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles via Trust Management
Farhan Ahmad and Fatih Kurugollu (University of Derby, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Asma Adnane (Loughborough University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Rasheed Hussain (Innopolis University & Networks and Blockchain Lab, Russia)

Monday, November 4 17:30 - 18:30

T5: IEEE P2020 Automotive Image Quality

Alexander Braun (University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Room: 12

Monday, November 4 18:30 - 20:00

Tutorial Reception

Room: Foyer

Tuesday, November 5

Tuesday, November 5 8:00 - 18:00

Registration

Room: Foyer

Tuesday, November 5 8:30 - 9:15

Keynote Speaker

Prof. Philip Koopman
Room: Galerie

Tuesday, November 5 9:15 - 9:45

Coffee Break

Room: Foyer

Tuesday, November 5 9:45 - 11:45

1A: Advanced Systems for Smart, Green and Integrated Multi-Actuated Ground Vehicles

Room: 12
Multi-actuated ground vehicle tyre force estimation through a coupled 1D simulation-estimation framework
Marco Viehweger (KU Leuven & Flanders Make DMMS-M @ KU Leuven, Belgium); Sebastiaan van Aalst (Flanders Make DecisionS, Belgium); Frank Naets and Wim Desmet (KU Leuven & Flanders Make DMMS-M @ KU Leuven, Belgium)
An Approach for Combined Vertical Vehicle Model and Road Profile Identification from Heterogeneous Fleet Data
Frank Naets (KU Leuven & DMMS lab of Flanders Make, Belgium); Jeroen Geysen (KU Leuven, Belgium); Wim Desmet (University of Leuven, Belgium)
On Driver-Vehicle-Environment Integration for Multi-Actuated Ground Vehicles Safety Advancement
Andrei Aksjonov (Skoda Auto a. s., Czech Republic); Halil Beglerovic (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Michael Hartmann (University of Technology Graz & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Shriram Jugade (Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France); Cyrano Vaseur (Flanders Make, Belgium)
Sliding Mode Methods in Electric Vehicle Stability Control
Timur Agliullin (KNRTU–KAI, Germany); Vincenzo Ricciardi and Valentin Ivanov (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Dzmitry Savitski (Arrival Germany GmbH, Germany); Salim Kaddari (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Klaus Augsburg (TU Ilmenau, Germany)
A Path Tracking Approach for Autonomous Driving on Slippery Surfaces

1B: Vehicular Cloud Computing

Room: 11
Cloud-Based Vehicle Ride-Height Control
Konstantin Riedl (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Thomas Einmüller, Andreas Noll, Andreas Allgayer and David Reitze (AUDI AG, Germany); Markus Lienkamp (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
A Data-based Approach to Predict the Response Time of Cloud-based Vehicle Functions
Farzaneh Milani and Mike Foell (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany); Christian Beidl (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany)
Towards Privacy in Geographic Message Dissemination for Connected Vehicles
Stefan Ruehrup (ASFINAG, Austria); Stephan Krenn (AIT, Austria)
Preliminary Considerations for a Cooperative Intelligent Transport System Cybersecurity Reference Architecture
Christoph Schmittner and Martin Latzenhofer (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria)

1C: Vehicle Control

Room: 10
A Software Architecture for the Dynamic Path Planning of an Autonomous Racecar at the Limits of Handling
Johannes Betz (Technical University of Munich & Chair of Automotive Technology, Germany); Alexander Wischnewski, Alexander Heilmeier, Felix Nobis, Leonhard Hermansdorfer, Tim Stahl, Thomas Herrmann and Markus Lienkamp (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
Improvement of Lane Keeping Assistance ADAS Function utilizing a Kalman Filter Prediction of Delayed Position States
Selim Solmaz and Georg Nestlinger (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Georg Stettinger (VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria)
A Model-Free Algorithm to Safely Approach the Handling Limit of an Autonomous Racecar
Alexander Wischnewski (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Johannes Betz (Technical University of Munich & Chair of Automotive Technology, Germany); Boris Lohmann (Technische Universität München, Germany)
A Novel Tuning Approach of the H∞ Filter for Longitudinal Tracking of Automated Vehicles
Jasmina Zubača (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Michael Stolz (Institute of Automation and Control Technical University Graz & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
Path following controller for autonomous vehicles
Ádám Domina (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)

1D: Sensor Simulation and Stimulation

Room: Galerie
Camera Vignetting Model and its Effects on Deep Neural Networks for Object Detection
Kmeid Saad (Kempten University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Stefan Alexander Schneider (Hochschule Kempten, Germany)
Open-Source CiThruS Simulation Environment for Real-Time 360-Degree Traffic Imaging
Teo Niemirepo, Juuso Toivonen, Marko Viitanen and Jarno Vanne (Tampere University, Finland)
3D LiDAR Extrinsic Calibration Method using Ground Plane Model Estimation
Mohammad Ali Zaiter (Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, France); Régis Lherbier (Univ Littoral Côte d'Opale, France); Oussama Bazzi (Lebanese University, Lebanon); Ghaleb Faour (CNRS Lebanon, Lebanon); Jean-Charles Noyer (Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France)
Object-based sensor model for virtual testing of ADAS/AD functions
Stefan Muckenhuber and Hannes Holzer (VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria); Jonas Ruebsam (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Georg Stettinger (VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria)

Tuesday, November 5 11:45 - 13:15

Lunch

Room: Foyer

Tuesday, November 5 13:15 - 14:00

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Steven E. Shladover, Sc.D.
Room: Galerie

Tuesday, November 5 14:00 - 14:30

Coffee Break

Room: Foyer

Tuesday, November 5 14:30 - 16:30

2A: Fault-tolerant Algorithms and Fail-operational Architectures

Room: 12
Fault-tolerant environmental perception architecture for robust automated driving
Stephanie Grubmueller (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Georg Stettinger (VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria); Miguel Angel Sotelo (University of Alcala, Spain); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
ISO 26262 ASIL-Oriented Hardware Design Framework for Safety-Critical Automotive Systems
Kuen-Long Lu and Yung-Yuan Chen (National Taipei University, Taiwan)
Architectural Safety Perspectives & Considerations Regarding the AI-based AV Domain Controller
Terry L Fruehling (Encore Semi Inc. & Journal of Connected and Automated Vehicles, USA); Abel Hailemichael (NC A&T State University, USA); Corey Graves (North Carolina A&T State University, USA); Eric Nutt (Mandli Communications Inc., USA); Robert Fischer (GTiMA, USA); Jonathan Riehl (University of Wisconsin, USA); Arash Khabbaz Saberi (TNO Automotive & Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Decentralized Dynamic Platooning Architecture with V2V Communication Tested in Omnet++
Tobias Renzler (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Michael Stolz (Institute of Automation and Control Technical University Graz & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
Effect of Packet Loss on a Connected Heavy Vehicle Collision Avoidance Algorithm
Venkata Ramani Shreya Yellapantula (Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM), India); Devika K b (Post Doctoral Fellow, India & IIT Madras, unknown); Shankar Subramanian (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)

2B: Multi-vehicle Cooperation, Connected Vehicles, Platooning - Part 1

Room: 11
Signal Green Time Estimation Method for Connected Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Applications
Jijo Mathew, Howell Li and Darcy Bullock (Purdue University, USA)
TRUDI: Testing Environment for Vehicular Applications Running with Devices in the Loop
Michele Menarini (CNR-IEIIT, Italy); Giammarco Cecchini (CNR - IEIIT, Italy); Alessandro Bazzi (University of Bologna, Italy); Barbara M Masini (CNR - IEIIT & University of Bologna, Italy); Alberto Zanella (Istituto di Elettronica e di Ingegneria dell’Inform. e delle Telecomunicazioni, Italy)
Improving Autonomous Vehicle Communication Technology Based on Interference Analysis for Wireless Networks
Jamal Raiyn (Al Qasemi Academic College, Israel)
Cooperative Trajectory Planning for Autonomous Driving Using Nonlinear Model Predictive Control
Icaro Viana and Husain Kanchwala (Cranfield University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Nabil Aouf (City, University of London, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Lane Based Platoon Control of Homogeneous Platoons
Halid Mahama (Beijing University of Technology, P.R. China)

2C: Wireless Communication and Vehicular Networking

Room: 10
Validation of virtual test environment for C2X communication under radio jamming conditions
Michal Tarkowski (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland); Mateusz Rzymowski (Gdansk University of Technology & WiComm Center of Excellence, Poland); Lukasz Kulas (Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, Poland); Krzysztof Nyka, Marcin Borawski, Przemyslaw Kwapisiewicz and Wojciech Piechowski (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland); Gerald Temme, Saifullah Khan, Danny Behnecke and Mohamed Mahmod (German Aerospace Center, Germany)
Over-the-air emulation of a two-path model for automotive LTE system performance testing
Philipp Berlt and Christian Bornkessel (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Matthias Hein (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)
Evaluating Automotive Antennas for Cellular Radio Communications
Nils Dreyer (TU Braunschweig, Germany); Thomas Kürner (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany); Gerald Artner (Vienna University of Technology, Austria); Matthias Hein (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany); Frank Backwinkel (Volkswagen AG, Germany)
On the Reliability of VANET Safety Applications for Bicycles
Mohammad Baqer and Axel Krings (University of Idaho, USA)
LTE-V2X Mode 4: Increasing Robustness and DCC Compatibility with Reservation Splitting
Philip Wendland (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Guenter Schaefer (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, Germany); Reiner S. Thomä (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

2D: Advances in Sensors, Signal Processing, Data Fusion, and Instrumentation

Room: Galerie
Infrastructure data fusion for validating and future enhancing autonomous vehicles' perception on Austrian motorways
Jacqueline Erhart and Bernd Datler (ASFINAG, Austria); Manfred Harrer, Peter Hrassnig and Siegfried Seebacher (ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH, Austria); Arnold Praesent and Martin Andreas Ullrich (Tieto Austria GmbH, Austria); Christian Schwarzl (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Gerhard Greiner (ALP Lab GmbH, Austria)
Harmonizing Heterogeneous Diagnostic Data of a Vehicle Fleet for Data-Driven Analytics
Sidney Koerper (University of Tübingen, Embedded Systems & Porsche AG, Germany); Roland Herberth (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology & Porsche AG, Germany); Oliver Bringmann (University of Tuebingen, Embedded Systems / FZI, Germany); Frank Gauterin (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
Proposal for Identification Scheme of Driver and Impostor based on Acceleration Data
Yuki Mori and Ryota Ono (Aichi Institute Of Technology, Japan); Takuya Mitani (NAGOYA University, Japan); Katsuhiro Naito (Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan); Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya University, Japan)
Evaluation of an indoor localization system for a mobile robot
Víctor Juan Expósito Jiménez, Helmut Martin and Christian Schwarzl (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
Accuracy Evaluation of Camera-based Vehicle Localization

Tuesday, November 5 16:30 - 18:00

IEEE Austria 40th Anniversary

Room: Galerie

Tuesday, November 5 18:00 - 19:30

Welcome Reception

Room: Foyer

Wednesday, November 6

Wednesday, November 6 8:00 - 17:00

Registration

Room: Foyer

Wednesday, November 6 8:30 - 9:15

Keynote Speaker

Prof. Mykel Kochenderfer
Room: Galerie

Wednesday, November 6 9:15 - 9:45

Coffee Break

Room: Foyer

Wednesday, November 6 9:45 - 11:45

3A: Computational and Artificial Intelligence

Room: 12
Classification of Streetsigns Using Gaussian Process Latent Variable Models
Wilfried Wöber, MSc (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences and UAS Technikum Wien, Austria); Mohamed Aburaia (UAS Technikum Wien, Austria); Cristina Olaverri-Monreal (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Deep Grid Fusion of Feature-Level Sensor Data with Convolutional Neural Networks
Gabor Balazs and Walter Stechele (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
Spatial Positioning Token (SPToken) for Smart Mobility
Roman Overko (University College Dublin, Ireland); Rodrigo H. Ordonez-Hurtado (IBM Research & Ireland, Ireland); Sergiy Zhuk (IBM Research, Ireland); Pietro Ferraro, Andrew Cullen and Robert Shorten (University College Dublin, Ireland)
GAN-based Method for Labeled Image Augmentation in Autonomous Driving
Wenbo Yu, Yong Sun, Ruilin Zhou and Xingjian Liu (ISUZU Technical Center of America, USA)
A Deep Learning Approach for Location Independent Throughput Prediction
Josef Schmid and Mathias Schneider (Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden, Germany); Alfred Höß (OTH Amberg-Weiden, Germany); Björn W Schuller (Imperial College London & University of Augsburg, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

3B: Hybrid Simulation and Empirical Testing

Room: 11
Proof of concept for Scenario-in-the-Loop (SciL) testing for autonomous vehicle technology
Mátyás Szalai and Zsolt Szalay (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Balint Toth (Automotive Proving Ground Zala Ltd., Hungary); Tamás Tettamanti and Viktor Tihanyi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Empirical Testing of Automotive Cyber-Physical Systems with Credible Software-in-the-Loop Environments
A Novel Testbench for Development, Calibration and Functional Testing of ADAS/AD Functions
Selim Solmaz and Franz R. Holzinger (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
DigiCAV project: Exploring a Test-Driven Approach in the Development of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Ioannis Kyriakopoulos (HORIBA MIRA Limited, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

3C: Policy, Economics, and Social Implications

Room: 10
Modeling Charging of Electric Vehicles in Smart Cities: Charles Square Use Case
Michal Lom (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic); Ondrej Pribyl (CVU, Czech Republic)
Investigating the Potential Transportation Impacts of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Fatemeh Elham Asadi (University of Cambridge & Horiba-Mira Ltd., United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ammar Anwar and John Miles (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Quantitative Assessment of Pavement and Scooter Suspension on Ride Quality
Steven Zehr, Jijo Mathew and Darcy Bullock (Purdue University, USA)
European Innovation for Next Generation Electrified Vehicles and Components
Eric Armengaud (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Omar Hegazy (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium); Bernhard Brandstaetter (Virtual Vehicle Competence Center, Austria); Valentin Ivanov (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Reinhard Tatschl (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Michele De Gennaro (AIT, Austria); Aldo Sorniotti (University of Surrey, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Joeri Van Mierlo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium); Christof Schernus (FEV Europe, Austria)
Applications and Trends in Connected Vehicles: Debates and Conclusions
Abhijit Vasili and Wilfrido Moreno (University of South Florida, USA)

3D: Safety Assurance and Cybersecurity

Room: Galerie
Improve cybersecurity of C-ITS Road Side Infrastructure Installations: the SerIoT - Secure and Safe IoT approach
Bernhard Monschiebl and Alexander Froetscher (Austriatech, Austria); Erol Gelenbe (Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland); Anastasios Drosou (Centre for Research & Technology Hellas - Information Technologies Institute, Greece); Martin J Reed and Mays F AL-Naday (University of Essex, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Evaluation Framework for Network Intrusion Detection Systems for In-Vehicle CAN
Guillaume Dupont and Jerry den Hartog (Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands); Sandro Etalle (Techincal University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands); Alexios Lekidis (Eindhoven University of Technology & ForeScout Technologies, The Netherlands)
Safety & Security in the Context of Autonomous Driving
Manuel Koschuch and Walter Sebron (FH Campus Wien - University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Austria); Zsolt Szalay and Árpád Török (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Hans Tschürtz (FH Campus Wien - University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Austria); István Wahl (Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek Kft., Austria)
Identification of performance limitations of sensing technologies for automated driving
Helmut Martin (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Bernhard Winkler (Virtual Vehcile Research Center, Austria); Stephanie Grubmueller (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
Towards Responsibility-Sensitive Safety of Automated Vehicles with Reachable Set Analysis
Piotr F. Orzechowski (FZI Research Center for Information Technology & Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Kun Li and Martin Lauer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

Wednesday, November 6 11:45 - 13:15

Lunch

Room: Foyer

Wednesday, November 6 13:15 - 14:00

Keynote Speaker

Sebastian Fischmeister
Room: Galerie

Wednesday, November 6 14:00 - 14:30

Coffee Break

Room: Foyer

Wednesday, November 6 14:30 - 16:30

4A: Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems

Room: 12
Urban Intersection Management with Connected Infrastructure Objects and Autonomous Vehicles
Sergey Chuprov, Ilya Viksnin and Iuliia Kim (ITMO University, Russia)
Interference Tests of ITS-G5 Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Networks with Virtual Drive Tests
Berk Altinel (Technische Universitat Ilmenau, Germany); Matthias Hein (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)
Implications of user and system optimum based traffic control considering autonomous fleets
Qiong Lu and Tamás Tettamanti (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Dániel Hörcher (Imperial College, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Analysis of Data Collected by the 700 MHz Band Intelligent Transport Systems for Reducing Ambulance Transportation Time
Takuya Mitani (NAGOYA University, Japan); Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya University, Japan); Katsuhiro Naito (Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan); Yuki Mori (Aichi Institute Of Technology, Japan)
Intersection Crossing in Mixed Traffic Flow Environment leveraging V2X Information
Angelo Coppola and Gennaro Nicola Bifulco (University of Naples Federico II, Italy); Stefania Santini ("Federico II", Italy); Bianca Caiazzo (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)

4B: Advanced Data-Driven Approaches and Modelling

Room: 11
Yet Another Driving Simulator OpenROUTS3D: The Driving Simulator for Teleoperated Driving
Stefan Neumeier (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt & Technische Universität München, Germany); Michael Höpp and Christian Facchi (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany)
Hybrid trajectory planning approach for roundabout merging scenarios
Carlos E Hidalgo (University of the Basque Country & Tecnalia Resarch & Innovation, Spain); Ray Lattarulo (Tecnalia Research and Innovation, Spain); Joshue Perez (Tecnalia, Spain); Estibaliz Asua (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Spain)
A longitudinal driver model for long horizon speed prediction in powertrain applications
Florian Morlock (University of Stuttgart & Institute for System Dynamics, Germany); Oliver Sawodny (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Stochastic Model Predictive Control for Scheduling Charging of Electric Vehicle Fleets with Market Power
Arec Jamgochian and Mykel J Kochenderfer (Stanford University, USA)
Heterogeneity of Microscopic Congested Traffic Data Based on Drone Measurements
Yildirim Dülgar (Daimler AG, Germany)

4C: Multi-vehicle Cooperation, Connected Vehicles, Platooning - Part 2

Room: 10
Control of Mixed Platoons Consist of Automated and Manual Vehicles
Omer Orki and Shai Arogeti (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)
Laboratory Emulator Using Connected Scaled Cars to Study Traffic Waves
Sharon Hornstein and Klaus Trangbaek (General Motors, Israel)
Network Load Adaptation for Collective Perception in V2X Communications
Quentin Delooz (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt & Halmstad University, Germany); Andreas Festag (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt & Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI, Germany)
A Fault-Tolerant Controller Manager for Platooning Simulation
Shahriar Hasan, Muhammed Abdullah Al Ahad and Irfan Sljivo (Mälardalen University, Sweden); Ali Balador (Mälardalen University & RISE SICS Västerås, Sweden); Svetlana Girs (Mälardalen University, Sweden); Elena Lisova (Malardalen University, Sweden)
COPADRIVe - A Realistic Simulation Framework for Cooperative Autonomous Driving Applications
Ricardo Severino (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, School of Engineering, Portugal); Enio Prates Vasconcelos Filho (Instituto Superior do Porto & Cister Research Centre, Portugal); Bruno Vieira (CISTER/ISEP Research Centre, Portugal); Anis Koubaa (Prince Sultan University, unknown); Eduardo Tovar (The Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)

4D: Virtual Homologation and System Assessment

Room: Galerie
Online validity monitor for vehicle dynamics models
Stephan Rhode and Johannes von Keler (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany)
Optimizing coverage of simulated driving scenarios for the autonomous vehicle
Marc Nabhan (Renault & Paris-Sud University-INRIA, France); Marc Schoenauer (INRIA, France); Yves Tourbier and Hiba Hage (Renault, France)
Development of a Scenario Simulation Platform to Support Autonomous Driving Verification
Christoph Pilz (Technical University Graz & VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria); Gerald Steinbauer (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Markus Schratter (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
Comparing two systematic approaches for testing automated driving functions
Hermann Felbinger (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Florian Steffen Klück and Yihao Li (Technische Universität Graz, Austria); Mihai Nica and Jianbo Tao (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Franz Wotawa (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Martin Zimmermann (Technische Universität Graz, Austria)
Methods for Improving the Accuracy of the Virtual Assessment of Autonomous Driving
Dominik M Notz (BMW Group, USA); Martin Sigl and Thomas Kuehbeck (BMW AG, Germany); Sebastian Wagner (TU München, Germany); Korbinian Groh (BMW Group, Germany); Christoph Schütz (BMW AG, Germany); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)

Wednesday, November 6 18:30 - 21:30

Banquet Dinner

Room: Schlossberg

Thursday, November 7

Thursday, November 7 8:00 - 17:30

Registration

Room: Foyer

Thursday, November 7 8:30 - 9:15

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Thomas Kuehbeck
Room: Galerie

Thursday, November 7 9:15 - 9:45

AVL Presentation

Room: Galerie
A Scenario-Based Approach for Verification, Validation and Homologation of Highly Automated Vehicles
Roland Lang (Program Manager ADAS/AD Business Development, AVL, Austria)

Thursday, November 7 9:45 - 10:15

Coffee Break

Room: Foyer

Thursday, November 7 10:15 - 11:00

Panel Discussion

Federal Minister A. Reichhardt (bmvit); G. List (AVL); S. Rohringer (Infineon); C. Zengerer (ACstyria); B. Datler (ASFINAG); S. Arslan (NVIDIA)
Room: Galerie

Thursday, November 7 11:00 - 12:00

5A: Industry Talks

Room: Galerie
Artificial Intelligence: The Key to the Future of Automated Mobility and Transportation
Serkan Arslan (Nvidia Europe, Germany)
Holistic Analysis of Automated Driving Functions using New Data Sources
Gerhard Krachler (Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG&Co KG, Austria)
Bosch is seamlessly connecting mobility
Javier Ealo (Robert BOSCH, Austria)

Thursday, November 7 12:00 - 13:15

Lunch

Room: Foyer

Thursday, November 7 13:15 - 14:15

Special Session: Next Generation Electrified and Automated Vehicles

Room: 11

Special Session: Legal and Insurance Aspects

Room: 12
Safety, Security & Liability - From Humans to Computers?
How to Insure Autopilots
How Safe is Safe Enough From a Legal Perspective
Legislating Autonomous Vehicles against the Backdrop of Adversarial Machine Learning Findings
Steven Van Uytsel (Kyushu University, Japan)
How to insure autopilots
Dieter Pscheidl (Vienna Insurance Group AG, Austria)

Thursday, November 7 14:15 - 15:15

5A: Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

Room: 11
Data science meets connected vehicles: Potentials, pitfalls, and application examples
Alexander Stocker and Christian Kaiser (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
The inD Dataset: A Drone Dataset of Naturalistic Road User Trajectories from Intersections
Julian Bock, Robert Krajewski and Lennart Vater (RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Automotive Engineering, Germany); Tobias Moers (fka GmbH, Germany); Lutz Eckstein (RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Automotive Engineering, Germany)
Challenges for AI in autonomous vehicles with vulnerable road users
Michael Hartmann (University of Technology Graz & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)

Special Session: Platooning

Room: 12
CCAD Impact on Road Operators' Core Business (Results From CEDR Automation Study MANTRA on CCAD Including Freight Automation)
Getting Ready for Infrastructure Supported Automated Driving
Scientific Evidence From the German Field Trial on SAE L1 Truck Platooning Project EDDI

Thursday, November 7 15:15 - 16:15

5B: Wireless Vehicle Communication

Room: 11
Efficient 802.11 mode conversion for V2X communication
Zeungil Kim (150, Hyundaiyeonguso-ro & HYUNDAI MOTOR Company, Korea)
Over-the-air testing of automated and connected cars in virtual environment
Matthias Hein (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)
Visible light communication and sensing - essential enablers for automated mobility
Andreas Weiss (Industriestrasse 6 & Joanneum Research, Austria)
Modelling V2V message generation rates in a highway environment
Aashik Chandramohan (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

Special Session: Scenario-based safety validation of Automated Driving for 'all' situations

Room: 12
Scenario-based validation of automated driving functions
Andrea Leitner (Instrumentation and Test Systems & AVL LIST GMBH, Austria)
Scenario-based safety validation of Automated Driving for 'all' situations
Sytze Kalisvaart (TNO, The Netherlands)
HEADSTART Project: scenario based validation in Proving grounds
Álvaro Arrúe (Applus IDIADA, Spain)
Validation of autonomous vehicles using scenario-based massive simulation
Gwen van Vugt and Alexandru Forrai (Siemens, The Netherlands)

Thursday, November 7 16:15 - 17:15

6A: Implications of CAVs

Room: 11
Unlock the Intelligent Automation System: A new Era of Autonomous Vehicles
Saba Al-Rubaye (Cranfield University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Challenge mass production - going scale
Alexander Braun (University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf, Germany)
Analysis and Initial Observations on Varying Penetration Rates of Automated Vehicles in Mixed Traffic Flow utilizing SUMO
Mohamed Berrazouane, Kailin Tong and Selim Solmaz (Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Martijn Kiers (FH Joanneum Gesellschaft mbH, Austria); Jacqueline Erhart (ASFINAG, Austria)
Challenges of Large-Scale Sensor Data Processing for Autonomous Driving
Jan Wiegelmann (Autovia GmbH, Germany)

6B: Efficiency and Flexibility in Development

Room: Galerie
Clock Synchronization in Context of the Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol
Martin Krammer and Philipp Ferner (VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria)
Research on Autonomous Driving based on a Highly Flexible Prototype Vehicle
Helmut Brunner (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Xuelei Zhi (Tongji University, P.R. China); Matthias Mietschnig (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Stephen Jones (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Su Zhou (Tongji University, P.R. China); Gerald Steinbauer and Mario Hirz (Graz University of Technology, Austria)
Towards accelerated development and repeatable testing of CAVs
Ioannis Kyriakopoulos (HORIBA MIRA Limited, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

Special Session: Trust Vehicle

Room: 12
Development of on-demand low speed shared mobility services for new urbanism environments
Joachim Taiber (Clemson University, USA)