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The WiVeC Symposium seeks original papers—not published or currently under review for another workshop, conference, or journal—in the area of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), and vehicle-to-person (V2P) wireless communications. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • RF technologies, antenna design, physical layer and propagation models
  • Radio resource management and interference management
  • Spectrum assignment and EMC regulations
  • Architecture, networking protocols (including ad-hoc, routing, data dissemination, etc.) and their evaluation
  • QoS and cross-layer optimization design
  • Communications systems and technologies
  • Testbeds and simulation platforms
  • Interworking with sensor network technologies
  • In-car electronics and embedded integration of wireless vehicular communications
  • Roadside infrastructure
  • Mobility management, mobility and vehicle traffic models
  • Digital maps and location technologies
  • Decision and control issues
  • Human-Machine Interface
  • Applications (Ecall, toll collection, traffic information, wireless diagnosis, etc.)
  • Security, liability and privacy
  • Standards development, business models, policies (e.g., Cooperative aspects of vehicular communication)
  • Assessment of impact on transport efficiency and safety
  • Scalability issues in metropolitan-wide vehicular networks

Authors are encouraged to submit full length papers (maximum 5 pages) following the WiVeC template to

Important Dates
Submission deadline: 19 May 2008
Acceptance notification: 7 June 2008
Camera-ready papers: 14 June 2008 (no extensions)

All accepted papers will be included in the VTC 2008-Fall conference proceedings and will be published on the IEEE Xplore database. A selection of the best WiVeC papers will be published in a special issue of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine (

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