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Maria Rita Palattella <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 16 Jan 2020 11:08:52 +0100
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International  Workshop  on  Computing  and  Communications  for Autonomous
Driving (CCAuto) (In conjunction with WCNC 2020)
06-09 April 2020, Seoul, Korea

Dear colleagues,

We cordially invite you to share your latest research results at the CCAuto
– International Workshop on Computing and Communications for Autonomous
Driving  that will be held in conjunction with WCNC 2020 (

Workshop Scope:
With the emergence of highly automated and autonomous driving vehicles,
rigorous requirements in terms of responsiveness, security, resiliency and
scalability are needed to enable new services that improve efficiency and
safety on the road. The recent progress on 5G ultra reliable and low
latency communications is paving the way to novel solutions that address
these challenging requirements. To this end, a plethora of paradigms, (such
as Fog/Multi-Access Edge computing, Software Defined Networking, Network
Function Virtualization); emerging protocols for V2X communication (LTE-V,
C-V2X, etc.) and advanced localization/navigation systems (3D High
Definition maps, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) have been proposed or
are still under development to support future autonomous vehicles road
safety use cases.
In addition, given the ever-increasing complexity of future networks,
adding intelligence and agility to the control plane through Artificial
Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) becomes a promising trend to
improve road monitoring and network resources. Therefore, in the path
towards fully autonomous and safe coordinated driving, it is crucial to
investigate how and up to which point the most recent computing and
communication paradigms are able to meet the requirements of autonomous
driving, be self-learning and adaptive to radio conditions and to the
heterogeneity of new applications in terms of data rates, latency and
In the spirit of WCNC, this workshop aims at favoring a multidisciplinary,
cross-layer perspective to computing and communication technologies for
autonomous and cooperative driving, bringing together researchers,
developers, and practitioners from academia and industry.

Topics of Interest:
We invite paper submissions including, but not limited to the topics listed

   Use case requirements for autonomous vehicles
   Cellular vehicle-to-everything communication
   Multi-Access   Edge   computing   for   Ultra-reliable  and  low-latency
   AI-Empowered Vehicular Networks
   Network  slicing  and  multi-tenancy  in  next  generation  of vehicular
   Fog-based zero-time handover mechanisms
   Caching techniques for enabling ultra-low latency services.
   Network and resources management
   Mobility-aware spectrum sharing
   Big Data stream processing and analytics techniques
   Named Data Networking  for autonomous vehicles
   3D HD dynamic mapping and accurate positioning
   ADAS systems for autonomous vehicles
   Augmented and Virtual Reality for autonomous driving
   Security issues in 5G for autonomous cooperative driving

      Paper submission: December 31, 2019  January 19, 2020
      Notification date: January 31st , 2020
      Final paper due (with registration): February 15, 2020


All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of
eight (8) printed pages (10-point font) including figures.
Submission link:

All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of
eight (8) printed pages (10-point font) including figures. The papers
exceeding 6 pages will be subject to an additional fee of 100 USD/page.
Papers exceeding 8 pages will not be accepted at EDAS. Only PDF files with
all fonts embedded are accepted for review. Your submitted PDF file and
registered EDAS account must list the same author(s) and title.

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