|22 May 2023||Paper Submission|
|30 June 2023||Paper Acceptance notification|
|31 July 2023||Final Paper Submission|
SCOPE AND MOTIVATION
The transition towards an advanced multimodal transport system requires better coordinated and organized traffic flows to optimize the entire transport network. Although network and traffic management has been in the spotlight for more than 3 decades, the recent advances in Connected Cooperative Autonomous Mobility (CCAM) services and the complexity in mobility patterns emerging in urban areas have recently put in question many of the existing practices as per their ability to reduce capacity bottlenecks and, traffic jams, thereby saving time, accelerate the transition towards connected and automated mobility and the development of new services and facilitate the integration of transport modes into a multimodal network for passengers and freight.
The advent of novel information and communication technologies and computational tools create new opportunities to revisit existing problems and propose innovative solutions to battle the above-mentioned challenges. From the traffic and network management perspective, this special session focuses on presenting the concepts of operations for an efficient, resilient, and adaptable multi-modal network and traffic management system, using innovative data collection and fusion techniques, while leveraging state of the art technologies (e.g., artificial intelligence, high-performance computing). Submissions detailing research initiatives within Europe but also worldwide, related to network and traffic management, are encouraged.
Authors are invited to submit papers on one or more of the following topics:
Manuscripts should be prepared according to the standard format of regular papers specified in IEEE ITSC2023 (check Information for Authors).
Paper submission is through the official ITSC2023 submission system (use code a16f7 to select this special session).