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2018 International Conference on Information Technology and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITITS 2018) was held in Xi’an on June 15-16 successfully, 4 invited speakers and over 350 participants. The conference absorbed overwhelm 168 submissions from 7 countries and regions, each paper will be under at least 3 reviewers, more than 41 papers were accepted and published in IOS Press Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Application and indexed by Ei Compendex.

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Invites Speakers

Dr. Sungwon Lee is an economist who has worked extensively in the areas of transportation economics and environment. His main research interests include economic and econometric analysis of policy measure’s effectiveness, estimation of environmental values, transport and logistics infrastructure investment and climate change policies in transport. Dr. Sungwon LEE is currently the Chief Research Director of the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI) which is a government affiliated research institution in Korea. His previous positions include the Advisor to the Minister of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Vice President of KOTI and Senior Research Fellow at OECD in Paris. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Pennsylvania State University.

Title: Fourth Industrial Revolution and Transport: Implications for Transport Behavior

Dr. Jaehyun (Jason) So, the Korea Transport Institute

Dr. Jaehyun (Jason) So is currently associate research fellow at the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI), which is a Korea's national research institute focusing on transportation. He is working at the Smart City and Transport team at KOTI and involved many national transport R&D and policy projects. Before joining KOTI, Dr. So worked for the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Germany as research scientist. He managed many research projects in the transport domain as a research team leader and taught the Microscopic Traffic Simulations lecture through the period at TUM. Before joining TUM, Dr. So was post-doctoral research associate and adjunct professor at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in the United States (USA). Similarly, with the period at TUM, he managed his research team, completed several research projects funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and taught the Traffic Operations lecture and more others. Dr. So received his Bachelor and Master degrees from Ajou University in Republic of Korea in 2008, and earned his doctoral degree (Doctor of Philosophy) from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, majoring in Civil Engineering. He also worked for KOTI from 2008 to 2010 as research assistant。
Title: Korea’s Approach Toward Smart City (Focusing on Transportation)

 

Prof. Hong-Mo Seong

Dr. Hong-Mo Sung is currently associate research fellow at the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI), which is a Korea's national research institute focusing on transportation. He is working at the Origin-Destination Travel Survey and Network team at KOTI and investigates, analyzes, and manages national and comprehensive basic data and statistics required for various transport policies. After joining KOTI, Dr. Sung has experienced overall demand forecasting process and validation and evaluation and system management. Moerover, he has a speciality in special transport policy and freight demand forecasting and big data analysis. Dr. Sung received his Bachelor degrees from KyungHee University in 2003, and earned his Master and Doctoral degree degrees from Seoul National University in South Korea in 2015 (Doctor of Philosophy) majoring in Environmental Planning. He has also worked for KOTI for 13 years after getting Master degree.

Title: Division for Origin-Destination Travel Survey and Network, Department. of National Transport Big Data, The Korea Transport Institute

Prof. Bazhanov Vladimir (Бажанов Владимир Леонидович)
Samara State Transport University, Russia

Lifelong professor of Samara State Transport University, doctoral tutor, Russian high degree, judge of the professional title evaluation committee (ВАК), judge of the Russian Federation Basic Research Fund (РФФИ), member of the expert group, judge of the Russian Federation Innovation Promotion Fund and deputy head of the expert group. He was the chief editor of the famous Russian academic journal "Современные технологии автоматизации" - "Advanced Control Technology". Professor Bazarov has long been engaged in the research and application of advanced control algorithms, devices and systems, and has a profound theoretical foundation and rich application experience. He has presided over several Russian military and military-to-civilian-related projects and product research and development. The achievements have not only been improved in theory, but also made breakthroughs in technology applications and become key technologies in important fields. At present, he is mainly engaged in scientific and technological innovation and high-tech application of small and medium-sized enterprises. The results of the published science and education work are more than 180, including 5 monographs and 12 teaching reference books, and 30 Russian national patents and 12 German national patents. Professor Bazarov trained Six Russian science doctors and 36 doctors in philosophy. Professor Bazarov is an expert of the “National Major Science and Technology Foreign Talents Introduction Program” of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs of China.

Title: Intelligent Control Frontier Technology and Its Development Trend

Dr. Yonghui Liu
Wireless Engineering Laboratory in School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of Sydney, Australia

Yonghui Li is a Professor and director of Wireless Engineering Laboratory in School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of Sydney. He is the recipient of the Australian Queen Elizabeth II Fellowship in 2008 and the Australian Future Fellowship in 2012. His current research interests are in the area of wireless communications, with a particular focus on uRLLC, industrial IoT, MIMO, millimeter wave communications, machine to machine communications, coding techniques and cooperative communications. He is now an editor for IEEE transactions on communications and IEEE transactions on vehicular technology. He also served as a guest editor for several special issues of IEEE journals, such as IEEE JSAC special issue on Millimeter Wave Communications, IEEE access, IEEE communications magazine and IEEE IoT journal. He received the best paper awards from IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2014, IEEE PIMRC 2017 and IEEE Wireless Days Conferences (WD) 2014.

Title: 5G Ultra-reliable and low latency communications (uRLLC)

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The proceeding of ITITS 2018 is indexed by Ei Compendex


 

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