Category: Events & Conferences

Recap: IEEE VTC2021-Spring

21 July, 2021 | Events & Conferences, Member Updates

Jyri Hämäläinen, VTC2021-Spring General Co-chair As General Co-chair of VTC2021-Spring, I am proud to announce that the event was a great success, with over 450 accepted papers, 12 workshops with focused research topics, 15 tutorials, 4 keynotes, and 2 panels. The pandemic is not slowing down the strong Vehicular Technology Conference tradition, and as weRead More

Call for Papers: IEEE VPPC 2021: Gijón, Spain

12 April, 2021 | Events & Conferences

IEEE VPPC 2021 will be held 25-28 October 2021 in Gijón, Spain. The call for papers is now open! VPPC2021 is organized into 7 tracks covering all relevant technical areas: Regular Track #1: Energy Storage and Generation, Components and Systems Regular Track #2: Power Electronics, Motor Drives and Electric Power Systems Regular Track #3: Vehicular ElectronicsRead More

Register now for IEEE VTC2021-Spring

12 April, 2021 | Events & Conferences

Registration Open Now! Keynote Plenaries 6G – The Essential Infrastructure to Augment Human Potential at Scale Peter Vetter, Head of Access & Devices Research Lab, Nokia Bell Labs The Directions for 6G Wen Tong, CTO, Wireless Network, Huawei It’s All in the Noise – Universal Noise-centric Decoding Muriel Médard, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ExpertRead More

Open Call: IEEE VTC2021-Fall: Virtual

24 February, 2021 | Events & Conferences

The 2021 IEEE 94th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Fall) will be held online as a virtual event, 27—30 September 2021. The deadline for regular papers and workshop proposals is 22 March 2021, and the deadline for tutorial proposals is 26 April 2021. Visit the VTC2021-Fall website for further details.

Open Call: IEEE VPPC 2021

24 February, 2021 | Events & Conferences

The 2021 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC 2021) will be held in Gijón, Spain, 25—28 October 2021. The deadline for regular paper submission is 19 April 2021. proposals for Special Sessions are due very soon, by 22 February 2021. And, full tutorial proposals are due 1 March 2021.

Open Call: IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge 2021

26 January, 2021 | Events & Conferences

Initiated in the IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) 2016, the IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge has been successfully organized over four versions from 2017 to 2020. This year, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, University of Sherbrooke, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté, University of Québec at Trois-Rivières, and University of Lille are proud to launch theRead More

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Innovation Challenge: Small UAV Comms

10 November, 2020 | Events & Conferences, Member Updates

Article by Kamesh Namuduri, Chair, IEEE VTS Ad Hoc Committee on Drones IEEE VTS is pleased to announce an Innovation Challenge in Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Communications for current undergraduate and graduate college and university students. Objective—Participants engineer a working solution for coordination between two UASs to accomplish a task jointly. The objective is toRead More

Recap: IEEE EVIS-2020

14 October, 2020 | Events & Conferences

Article by Fernando Ornelas, Chair, IEEE VTS Centro Occidente Chapter The 2020 IEEE 4th Electric Vehicles International Symposium (IEEE EVIS-2020) was held virtually 10 – 11 September 2020, based in Morelia, Mexico. Following a series of very successful EVIS conferences in previous years, this year’s symposium was organized by the IEEE VTS Centro Occidente Chapter,Read More

Call for Participation: Innovation Challenge – Small UAV Comms

9 September, 2020 | Events & Conferences, Vehicular Technology

Article: Kamesh Namuduri, Chair, IEEE VTS Ad Hoc Committee on Drones IEEE VTS is pleased to announce an Innovation Challenge in Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Communications for current undergraduate and graduate college and university students. Objective—Participants engineer a working solution for coordination between two UASs to accomplish a task jointly. The objective is to demonstrateRead More