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From: Geara, Tony (gearatg) <gearatg(a)mail.uc.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 3:08 PM
Subject: TRB Task Force on Knowledge Management Call for Presentations: How
Smart Cities Manage Knowledge
Dear Stacey Bricka ABJ30, MacroSys Research and Technology,
The TRB Task Force on Knowledge Management is now accepting relevant
presentations for our upcoming 2020 TRB meeting. Considering the relevance
between your Standing Committee on Urban Transportation Data and Information
Systems and our Taskforce on Knowledge Management, we see value in sharing
this invitation with your members. Could you kindly help us circulate this
"Call for Presentations" amongst your committee membership?
Are you involved in a Smart City either as a researcher or practitioner? Or
know someone who is? And want to share your research or experiences at TRB
2020? Please read the announcement below and click the links for the
The TRB Task Force on Knowledge Management has issued a
_Presentations_2020.pdf> Call for Presentations for the upcoming TRB Annual
Meeting 2020 on how a Smart City manages its knowledge assets in pursuit of
mobility excellence. Specifically, we're looking for attempts by smart
cities teams to:
* identify critical knowledge needs and gaps;
* capture, share, and apply unique expert "know how";
* capture, share, and apply lessons learned;
* identify and codify "best practices";
* establish communities of practice or peer networks; or create and
use collaboration tools or knowledge portals.
Due Date: Proposals are due by September 6, 2019 (updated).
For Details: Please read the
_Presentations_2020.pdf> Call for Presentations
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Header: NaTMEC Call for Abstracts open
Practitioners, researchers and students are invited to submit presentation
abstracts for consideration for NaTMEC 2020; submissions are due Sept. 23,
2019. The theme of the event, to be held June 1-4, 2020, in Raleigh, NC, is
Connecting Travel Monitoring to Transportation System Safety and Mobility.
Learn more at www.natmec.org<http://www.natmec.org>.
Several presentation formats will be offered, including lectern, poster,
lightning talk, workshop or mobile workshop/tour. Submitters will need to
indicate a proposed format for presentation. Main topic areas include:
● Safety, Travel Monitoring, and Relating the Two Through Data Applications
and Utilization ● Transportation Data Collection, Processing, and Tools ●
Program Development, Performance Measures, Communicating Reports, and
Ensuring Data Requirements and Quality Standards Meet Program Needs ●
Emerging Equipment, Technologies and Capabilities to Address Travel
Monitoring Basics and Beyond
Check out the call for abstracts<https://www.natmec.org/cfa-2020> for a more
detailed list of topics. NaTMEC 2020 will be presented by the Collaborative
Sciences Center for Road Safety<https://www.roadsafety.unc.edu/>, a U.S.
Department of Transportation National University Transportation Center
promoting safety, with support from the Federal Highway Administration.
Special Issue, Last Call for Papers in Journal of Advanced Transportation
"Infrastructure Adaptability in Connected and Autonomous Vehicle-Enabled
Traffic Flow Dynamics"
Deadline for submission of full papers: August 16, 2019.
Advancements in information and communication technology, coupled with
smart infrastructure systems, mean that extensive development of connected
and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) is anticipated over the next few decades.
CAV systems not only bring many opportunities to improve transportation,
but also pose challenges for infrastructure adaptation. More specifically,
the transition from human-driven to computer-driven vehicles might require
changes to road markings, signage and signalization, traffic management
measures, service stations, and access management. New research is emerging
from developing CAV systems which aims to tackle the question of how CAVs
can function efficiently, reliably, and safely on existing infrastructures,
and how infrastructures can be improved to speed up the deployment of CAV
This special issue aims to compile recent studies related to infrastructure
adaptability in relation to CAV-enabled traffic flow dynamics. Original
research and review articles related to infrastructure design, operation,
maintenance, improvement, and investment for CAV systems will be
considered. All aspects of theory, simulation, mathematical, and real
experimentation are of interest. The focus is also on the use of big data
generated from multiple sources to better understand the interactions
between CAV-enabled traffic flows and various infrastructures, with respect
to network capacity and traffic safety.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Value, role, and impact of various infrastructures on CAV-enabled
traffic flow dynamics
- Demonstration and simulation of communication technologies in CAV
- Unconventional design of infrastructure adapted to CAV systems
- Existing infrastructure maintenance and improvement to support CAVs
- CAV impacts on design, operation, and management of different
- Big data analytics in interactions between CAV-enabled traffic flow
- Simulation, evaluation, and optimization of new infrastructure
- Human factors and safety performance in infrastructure
- Financial analysis of infrastructure investments to maximize the
benefits of CAVs
- Policy analysis on alternative CAV-related infrastructure and other
Authors can submit their manuscripts through the Manuscript Tracking System
Papers are published upon acceptance, regardless of the Special Issue
Please find more information at
Let me know if you have any questions.
Hao Yu, Ph.D.,
Department of Civil Environmental Engineering
University of Hawaii Manoa, USA
Good morning and apologies for cross-postings.
Please contact Satish (cc’d here) for more information.
From: Ukkusuri, Satish V <sukkusur(a)purdue.edu>
Sent: Sunday, August 11, 2019 9:35 AM
To: sgbricka(a)gmail.com; sishak(a)odu.edu; rachel.lewis(a)dot.ohio.gov; yfouyang(a)illinois.edu
Subject: Call for Papers - PredictGIS 2019
Hi Stacey, Ishak, Rachel and Yanfeng,
Please disseminate the workshop information below to your respective committee lists.
The 3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Prediction of Human Mobility (PredictGIS 2019)
November 5, 2019, Chicago, Illinois - USA
Held in conjunction with the 27th ACM SIGSPATIAL 2019
Website: <http://predictgis.umnilab.com/> http://predictgis.umnilab.com/
Submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=predictgis2019
Workshop paper submissions: September 1, 2019
Workshop paper notifications: September 20, 2019
Camera-ready submission: September 30, 2019
Workshop date: November 5, 2019
Aims and Scope
PredictGIS aims at collecting contributions on cutting-edge studies in the empirical analysis and modeling which advance the research on human mobility prediction. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
* Next place prediction of individual mobility
* Modeling crowd or population dynamics
* Predicting human mobility patterns during emergencies and rare events
* Modeling the dynamics of commute flow and migration flow
* Traffic congestion, road usage forecast and optimal vehicle routing
* Social event forecast using geospatial data
* Novel agent based mobility simulators
* Case studies of mobility prediction in academia and industry
We invite two kinds of submissions:
* Full research papers - up to 10 pages
* Vision papers and short technical papers - up to 4 pages
All manuscripts should be submitted in a single PDF file including all content, figures, tables, and references, following the new Standard ACM Conference Proceedings Template.
LaTeX templates are recommended.
For LaTeX users: unzip acmart.zip, make, and use sample-sigconf.tex as a template; Additional information about formatting and style files is available online at:https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template
Paper submissions need to include author information.
Each paper will be assigned to two reviewers for a peer review.
We will set one best paper award according to the review results and presentation of a paper.
Papers should be submitted to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=predictgis2019
Professor Satish V. Ukkusuri (Purdue University, USA)
Professor Kaoru Sezaki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Technical Program Committee:
Yoshihide Sekimoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Masamichi Shimosaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Naoya Fujiwara (Tohoku University, Japan)
Masaki Ito (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Akihito Sudo (Shizuoka University, Japan)
Xuan Song (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Zipei Fan (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Kota Tsubouchi (Yahoo Japan Corporation, Japan)
Takahiro Yabe (Purdue University, USA)
For any questions, please contact Takahiro Yabe at tyabe(a)purdue.edu <mailto:email@example.com> .
We look forward to your submissions!