Call for Papers

Call for Papers

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’ 2024 will be organized into three tracks representing 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. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.

Best Paper Awards

The 2024 IEEE International Conference on Smart Mobility (SM) also features the Best Paper Awards. These awards recognize the best paper in each of the three tracks of the conference (Smart Mobility Technology Best Paper, City Planning Best Paper and Smart Mobility Governance Best Paper). 

Conference Tracks

For the conference tracks, the topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Track 1: Smart Mobility Technologies
Track 2: City Planning for Smart Mobility
Track 3: Smart Mobility Governance

Important Dates

Extended

31

May, 2024

Paper submission deadline

1

July, 2024

Notification of Acceptance

2

August, 2024

Camera-ready paper submission

16-18

September, 2024

Conference Dates

The paper submission deadline has been Extended

Paper Submissions Guidelines

Paper Preparation

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.

Paper Submission

The IEEE SM’ 2024 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,
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Panel Title: Engineering and Societal Adoption Challenges of Automated Driving Systems
IEEE International Conference on Smart Mobility (IEEESM)
Across the globe, there are tens of companies pursuing the development of automated driving systems (ADS), ranging over SAE Driving Automation Levels 3-5. There are several open engineering challenges of ADS software – particularly in development and validation of ADS operation in challenging weather conditions, critical corner cases, dealing with a variety of pedestrians and traffic conditions, and cooperation with human operated vehicles. Many standards (e.g., ISO 26262, ISO 21448) are emerging providing guidelines to ensure safety of ADS under the intended operating conditions. On the other hand, there are societal concerns that technological advancements such as ADS and robotics might bring in, e.g., people being out of work, competing with automation etc.. Initiatives like Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) aim to alleviate such concerns by educating public and policymakers on pros and cons of automated driving systems. This panel discussion will focus on ADS engineering and societal adoption challenges and offer some possible solutions.
Ramesh S Senior Technical Fellow, General Motors, USA
Panel Moderator
Arun Adiththan Senior Researcher, General Motors, USA
Panel Moderator
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Panel Title: Engineering and Societal Adoption Challenges of Automated Driving Systems
IEEE International Conference on Smart Mobility (IEEESM)
Across the globe, there are tens of companies pursuing the development of automated driving systems (ADS), ranging over SAE Driving Automation Levels 3-5. There are several open engineering challenges of ADS software – particularly in development and validation of ADS operation in challenging weather conditions, critical corner cases, dealing with a variety of pedestrians and traffic conditions, and cooperation with human operated vehicles. Many standards (e.g., ISO 26262, ISO 21448) are emerging providing guidelines to ensure safety of ADS under the intended operating conditions. On the other hand, there are societal concerns that technological advancements such as ADS and robotics might bring in, e.g., people being out of work, competing with automation etc.. Initiatives like Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) aim to alleviate such concerns by educating public and policymakers on pros and cons of automated driving systems. This panel discussion will focus on ADS engineering and societal adoption challenges and offer some possible solutions.
Ramesh S Senior Technical Fellow, General Motors, USA
Arun Adiththan Senior Researcher, General Motors, USA
Panel Moderator
Panel Description
Panel Moderator
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