CIVTS 2014

2014 IEEE Symposium on

Computational Intelligence in

Vehicles and Transportation Systems


The goal of this symposium is to provide a forum for participants from industry, academic, and non-profit organizations to exchange innovative ideas on intelligent vehicles, their systems, and related manufacturing processes. We welcome papers from all areas of computational intelligence demonstrating applications of theoretical advances to modern and future vehicles and vehicular systems (engine, transmissions, actuators, sensors, networks, communications, interfaces, etc.) and related manufacturing technologies. Although the focus of the symposium is on the application aspects of CI, papers describing simulation-only results are also solicited.


Topics include but are not limited to theoretical and practical contributions of computational intelligence to the following areas for vehicles and vehicular systems:

  • Application to automotive, aerospace, marine, military, and other (mining industry, locomotives, etc.) vehicles
  • Intelligent control
  • On-board / off-board / remote diagnostics and prognostics
  • Fault mitigation and recovery
  • Safety systems
  • Infotainment systems
  • Navigation systems / Electronic horizon
  • Human Machine Interfaces
  • Advisory Systems
  • Attributes and assessment of intelligence in intelligent vehicles
  • Autonomous and semi-autonomous driving
  • Intelligent transportation systems
  • Vehicle manufacturing processes
  • Other vehicle applications

Special Sessions

Intelligent Vehicle Systems

(Organizers:Yi Lu Murphey, Mahmoud Abou-Nasr, Ishwar K Sethi, Robert Karlsen, Chaomin Luo)

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Symposium Co-Chairs

Michael Beer

Dipti Srinivasan

National University of Singapore

Vladik Kreinovich

Justin Dauwels

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Vladik Kreinovich

Ana Bazzan

Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil




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