CLOSED Call for Papers: IEEE International Conference on Mobility: Operations, Services and Technologies (MOST 2023)
17-19 May 2023 | Detroit, MI, USA
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Submissions Due: 9 December 2022
Paper Registration Deadline: 9 December 2022
Submission Deadline: 12 December 2022
Acceptance Notification: 17 February 2023
Camera Ready: 3 March 2023
Mobility shapes our lives. How we get around – be it on foot, by motor vehicle, bicycle, rail, in the air, or by water vessel – has become an important discussion not only in the field of engineering and computer science, but also in disciplines such as data science, logistics and operation, health, social sciences, and so on. New challenges and opportunities arise as the development of connected and autonomous systems meets the demand for equitable and accessible mobility solutions from diverse communities. MOST 2023 is a new conference that focuses on them.
MOST provides a leading international forum that brings together academic researchers and industrial practitioners from diverse fields, with the purpose of exploring the advances and sharing future visions in the field of mobility on land, in the air, and at sea. MOST 2023 is soliciting high-quality technical papers that focus on innovative and emerging operations, services, and technologies for both indoor and outdoor mobility, including prototypes, infrastructure, tools and software systems, data analytics, logistics operations, novel algorithms and applied artificial intelligence, distributed and connected systems, autonomous vehicles, and so on.
The research topics of interest include, but not limited to:
Data analytics for connected vehicles
Perception, localization, mapping, planning, control, and action prediction
Security, privacy, ethics, human interaction related with autonomous driving
Autonomous vehicles, drones and boats
Vehicle-Edge-Cloud infrastructure for mobility
Software over-the-air update for connected vehicles
Sustainable mobility solutions
Fast, energy-efficient delivery of goods
AI-driven traffic control and coordination
Autonomous Fleet management
Teleoperation for autonomous vehicles
Mobility solutions for diverse, equitable and inclusion
Social and human impact of autonomous vehicles
Emerging mobility technologies
The main body of each submitted paper is limited to 11 pages of technical content with additional pages permitted for the bibliography only. Submissions must be formatted according to IEEE conference paper guidelines. Accepted papers will be allowed one additional page in the proceedings. The additional space this provides must only be used for the purpose of addressing the reviewer’s comments. Papers not meeting these criteria will be rejected without review, and no deadline extensions will be granted for reformatting. Pages should be numbered, and figures and tables should be legible in black and white, without requiring magnification. Papers so short as to be considered “extended abstracts” will not receive full consideration.
Paper Submission Terms and Conditions
Reviewing will be double-blind. Authors must make a good faith effort to anonymize their submissions, and they should not identify themselves either explicitly or by implication.
Authors must declare that the submission is original and has not been submitted to other venues or under consideration by other venues.
Paper titles and/or author names cannot be changed and/or added to the papers once papers are submitted to IEEE MOST 2023 for review, and in the final camera-ready manuscript if accepted.
If the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors must register at full rate and present it in person at the conference.