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Automotive Networking Series

Series Topic


The series on Automotive Networking is published twice a year, with issues appearing in May and November. The Automotive Networking series is created to address the growing importance in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications. Such importance led to allocation of new spectrum for this kind of communications and creation of R&D partnerships among governments, transportation authorities, automobile manufacturers, and the academic community. The Automotive Networking series invites manuscript submissions in the areas of:

  • Automotive networking applications and services
  • Automotive networks and system architectures
  • Physical and link layer technologies
  • Networking technologies
  • Security and privacy technologies
  • System management and operations
  • Simulation and performance evaluation for automotive networking
  • Experimental systems, testbeds and field trials for vehicular communications
  • Impact assessment
  • Emerging standards in automotive networking


Wai Chen
Chief Scientist
Telcordia Technologies

Dr. Luca Delgrossi
Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America

Dr. Timo Kosch
BMW Group Research and Technology

Dr. Tadao Saito
Toyota InfoTechnology Center