[hpc-announce] CFP: SS-ITS 2023

Alireza Jolfaei alireza.jolfaei at mq.edu.au
Mon Feb 6 20:08:10 CST 2023

The 2nd International Workshop on Safety and Security in Intelligent Transportation Systems (SS-ITS)
In conjunction with ACM CCS 2023
10-14 July 2023
Melbourne, Australia


Autonomous vehicular technology is approaching a level of maturity that gives confidence to many cities around the world to allow autonomous vehicles (AVs) to share the roads with manual vehicles (MVs). AVs and MVs have different capabilities which may result in challenging safety, security, trust, and resilience impacts when mixed together as a part of an Intelligent Transportation System. For example, AVs are able to communicate electronically with one another, make fast decisions and associated actuation, and generally act deterministically. In contrast, MVs cannot communicate electronically, are limited by the capabilities and slow reaction of human drivers, and may show some uncertainty and even irrationality in behaviour due to human involvement. However, unlike MVs, the security of computing and communications of AVs can be compromised thereby precluding them from achieving individual or group goals.

This workshop focuses on solutions that leverage techniques and insights from the domains of cyber security, artificial intelligence, edge computing, big data, and transportation engineering to resolve safety and security challenges in Intelligent Transportation Systems. Topics of interest include but are not limited to

·         Modelling, control and simulation of traffic for intelligent transportation systems
·         Advanced persistent threats for intelligent transportation systems
·         New approaches to safety, security, and trust in intelligent transportation systems
·         Security architecture, design, implementation and management of intelligent vehicles
·         Trustworthy vehicle communications (V2X, V2V, V2I, V2C)
·         Functional security, standards, and certification
·         Security techniques and protocols for cooperative vehicles
·         Data communication security in networked embedded systems
·         Security mechanism for automotive motion planning in dynamic environments
·         Practical security experiences and testbeds related to intelligent vehicles
·         Human factors and human behavior in intelligent transportation systems
·         Emergencies and accidents: phenomena, management and mitigation
·         Applications of sensors and big data to intelligent transportation systems
·         Sustainable transportation systems
·         Intelligent transportation system in mobility as a service
·         Design and evaluation of machine learning models on traffic data
·         Anomaly detection and forecasting
·         Game theory in intelligent transportation systems
·         Emerging safety and security technologies for transportation systems

Paper Submission Guidelines

Submission must be original, not previously published, and not currently under review by any other conferences or journals. The workshop employs a double-blind reviewing process. All submissions should be appropriately anonymised. Author names and affiliations should not appear in the paper. Authors should avoid self-references and should appropriately blind them if used. The list of authors cannot be changed (but the order can be) after submission unless approved by Program Co-Chairs.

All submissions must be written in legible English and should not require decryption to be reviewed. Papers must be in PDF format and at most 12 pages long, including the, with up to 2 additional pages for a well-marked appendix. Note that an appendix cannot exceed 2 pages even if the main text is under 12 pages. Submissions must be prepared using the latest ACM Sigconf style conference template only (available here<https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template>). All fonts, images, tables, and figures must comply with common ACM standards. Submissions not meeting formatting requirements risk rejection without review.

Paper Submission Page


Important Dates

Submission Deadline:
February 15, 2023
Authors Notification:
March 31, 2023
Camera-Ready Manuscript Due:
April 24, 2023

Workshop History

The 1st International Workshop on Safety, Security, and Trust in Intelligent Transportation Systems, was held in conjunction with IEEE TrustCom, in Rotorua, New Zealand, during August 5-8, 2019 (call for paper<http://jolfaei.info/SSTITS2019.html>).

Program Chairs

Iqbal Gondal, RMIT University, Australia
Alireza Jolfaei, Flinders University, Australia

Steering Committee

Joarder Kamruzzaman, Federation University, Australia
Krishna Kant, Temple University, USA

Publicity Chair

Shantanu Pal, Deakin University, Australia

Technical Program Committee

Fakhrul Alam, Massey University, New Zealand

Mamoun Alazab, Charles Darwin University, Australia

Amin Beheshti, Macquarie University, Australia

Abdullahi Chowdhury, University of Adelaide, Australia

Lyu Chen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Chao-Hsien Chu, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Jerry Chun-Wei Lin, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

Kapal Dev, Munster Technological University, Ireland

Xiaojiang Du, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

Hamid Farashahi, Torrens University, Australia

Faezeh Farivar, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Varun G Menon, SCMS, India

Soheila Ghane, BHP, Australia

Gour Karmakar, Federation University, Australia

Prabhat Kumar, LUT University, Finland

Randhir Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology, India

Ali Mehrabi, Western Sydney University, Australia

Nazeeruddin Mohammad, PMU, Saudi Arabia

Nour Moustafa, University of New South Wales, Australia‪

Malka N. Halgamuge, RMIT University, Australia

Ehsan Nowroozi, Bahçeşehir University, Turkey

Amitangshu Pal, IIT Kanpur, India

Biplob Ray, Central Queensland University, Australia

Saeed Rehman, Flinders University, Australia

Fatemeh Rezaeibagha, Murdoch University, Australia

Amin Sakzad, Monash University, Australia

Ahmad Salehi Shahraki, Latrobe University, Australia

Mohammad Sayad Haghighi, University of Tehran, Iran

Sattar Seifollahi, Resolution Life, Australia

Saman Shojae Chaeikar, Australian Institute of Higher Education, Australia

Gautam Srivastava, Brandon University, Canada

Sona Taheri, RMIT University, Australia

Muhammad Usman, Edge Hill University, UK

Xin-Wen Wu, University of Mary Washington, USA

Xuyun Zhang, Macquarie University, Australia

Xi Zheng, Macquarie University, Australia

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