The widespread deployment and the societal acceptance of smart mobility technologies will depend not only on the maturity of the technology but also on the proper city planning to accommodate these evolving technologies and the availability of a well-developed governance framework. This means that smart mobility depends on a triad of complementary factors, namely, technology, city planning and governance. The three components of this smart mobility triad are not separate components as they impact each other. IEEE SM’ 2023 will be organized into three tracks representing the smart mobility triad, with the list of technical areas in each track given below. Authors shall choose a primary and an alternative area when submitting their papers. Other research areas that fall within the three tracks are also welcomed.
For the conference tracks, the topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Paper and Workshop Proposal Submission
Notification of Acceptance
Camera-Ready Paper Submission
The technical tracks shall accept regular papers of 6 pages maximum (2 additional pages allowed but at an extra charge in the final submission), 10pt font double column in IEEE format.
Authors must present novel perspectives within the general scope of the conference.
The IEEE SM’ 2023 uses EDAS for submission. Authors need to:
Create an account (if not already registered) with EDAS at https://edas.info
We will be looking forward to receiving your submissions,
Kindly promote the IEEE SM’ 2023 to interested individuals and communities in your vicinity.
Best regards, and looking forward to seeing you at the IEEE SM’ 2023 in March!
IEEE SM Team
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