2018 Proceedings





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BREAKOUT SESSIONS


Enterprise Solution Series

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Autonomous Grade ADAS For Today's Vehicles

Angus Pacala, Ouster

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Taking Transportation to the Third Dimension

Arya Rohani, Stantec

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Max Platform For Autonomous Behaviors

Dave Hofert, Perrone Robotics

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Plastics Partnerships for Autonomous Future

Gina Oliver, American Chemistry Council Plastics Division

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The Emerging Role of State and Local Governments in Regulating Autonomous Vehicles

William Malley, Perkins Coie


Posters



Monday

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Poster 1: Level 2 Truck Platooning Development in TX - A Functional Safety and Model Based Engineering Approach

Mike Lukuc, Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI); Dr. Swami Gopalswamy, Texas A&M University (TAMU)/TTI; Dr. Siva Rathinam, TAMU; Nirav Shah, Ricardo Inc.; Vamsi Vegamoor, TAMU; Andy Hwang, TAMU; Bill Taylor, TAMU; Yuntao Zhang, TAMU; Menke Liu, TAMU

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Poster 2: Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control in a Connected Autonomous Vehicle Environment for Relieving Freeway Congestion

Wei Fan, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Miao Yu, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Poster 3: Mixed Traffic Longitudinal Trajectory Control at Isolated Signalized Intersections

Yu Wang, University of South Florida; Xiaopeng Li, University of South Florida

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Poster 4: Integrating Best-Practices for Aviation Accident Reporting into DMV Accident Reports for Ground Autonomous Vehicles

Francesca Favaro, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab (Risk and Safety Assessment of Autonomous Systems Lab); Sky Eurich, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab (Risk and Safety Assessment of Autonomous Systems Lab)

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Poster 5: Demonstration of First/Last Mile Transportation using Automated Vehicles - Evaluation of Social Acceptance and Business Model

Naohisa Hashimoto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Yusuke Takinami, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Simon Thompson, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Hironori Adachi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Shin Kato, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Manabu Omae, Keio University

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Poster 6: Eco-Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control at Signalized Intersections: A Multiple Signal Optimization Approach

Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Hao Yang, Toyota; Fawaz Almutairi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Poster 7: A Data-Driven Tool for Estimating Safety Benefits of CAV Deployment

Reginald Souleyrette, University of Kentucky; Austin Obenauf, University of Kentucky; Freddy Lausé, University of Kentucky; Joseph Crabtree, University of Kentucky

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Poster 8: NCHRP 20-102(07) Implications of Automation for State Motor Vehicle Codes

Tammy Trimble, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Betty Serian, Betty Serian and Associates; Brad Mallory, Betty Serian and Associates; Stephanie Baker, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Jason Wagner, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Wendy Wagner, University of Texas at Austin; Lisa Loftus-Otway, University of Texas at Austin; Glenn Havinoviski, Iteris

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Poster 9: Finding the Tipping Point: A Sensitivity Analysis of Network Performance and Environmental Benefits of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control in Freeway Driving

Andrew Eilbert, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation; Anne-Marie Chouinard, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation; Andrew Berthaume, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation; George Noel, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation; Scott B. Smith, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation

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Poster 11: Key Performance Indicators for Assessment of Impacts of Automated Driving

Scott B. Smith, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation; Satu Innamaa, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd; Salla Kuisma, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd

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Poster 12: MPO Policy Guidance on Automated, Connected, Electric and Shared Use Vehicles

Ben Walker, HNTB; Ed Hutchinson, FDOT; Kip Strauss, HNTB; Michael Dement, HNTB; Chris Kopp, HNTB; Dan Beaty, HNTB; Mark Reichert, FDOT

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Poster 13: University of South Florida Campus Autonomous Transit Feasibility Study

Brian Pessaro, Center for Urban Transportation Research; Nikhil Menon, Center for Urban Transportation Research

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Poster 14: A Traffic-based Method for Safety Impact Assessment of Road Vehicle Automation

Christian Rösener, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University; Friederike Hennecke, Institute of Highway Engineering (isac), RWTH Aachen University; Jan Sauerbier, Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH; Dr.-Ing. Adrian Zlocki, Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH; Dr.-Ing. Dirk Kemper, Institute of Highway Engineering (isac), RWTH Aachen University; Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University; Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Oeser, Institute of Highway Engineering (isac), RWTH Aachen University

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Poster 15: Evaluation of A Dynamic Adaptive Algorithm for Merging into Platoons in Connected Automated Environments

Sogand Karbalaieali, Louisiana State University; Osama Osman, Louisiana State University; Sherif Ishak, Alabama University at Huntsville

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Poster 16: Powertrain and Chassis Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation of Autonomous Vehicle Platform

Adit Joshi, Ford Motor Company

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Poster 17: Autonomous Navigation of Connected UGVs for Mapping, NDT and VRUs

Sun Yi, North Carolina A&T State University; Sai Charan Dekkata, North Carolina A&T State University; Peng Yu, North Carolina A&T State University; Devi Mounika Chilukuri, North Carolina A&T State University

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Poster 19: Integrating Smart Cars in a Smart World: A Particle Swarm Problem

Francesca Favaro, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab; Sky Eurich, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab; Nazanin Nader, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab; Shivangi Agarwal, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab; Sumaid Mahmood, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab

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Poster 20: Traffic Abnormality Predication Application for Connected Automated Vehicles (CAVs) in a Mixed Traffic Environment

Fei Ye, University of California at Riverside; Guoyuan Wu, University of California at Riverside; Kanok Boriboonsomsin, University of California at Riverside; Matthew J. Barth, University of California at Riverside; Samer Rajab, Honda R&D Americas, Inc.; Sue Bai, Honda R&D Americas, Inc.; Peng Hao, University of California at Riverside

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Poster 21: Preceding Vehicle Identification for Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Platoon Forming

Brian Park, University of Virginia; Zheng Chen, University of Virginia

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Poster 23: Novel Kinematic-based Framework for Autonomous Ground Vehicle Trajectory Planning and Tracking Using the Variational Approach

Keyvan Majd, Autonomous and Information Technology Institute, North Carolina A&T State University; Mohammad Razeghi-Jahromi, ABB Corporate Research Center; Saina Ramyar, Autonomous and Information Technology Institute, North Carolina A&T State University; Abdollah Homaifar, Autonomous and Information Technology Institute, North Carolina A&T State University

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Poster 24: Towards Establishing a Test Bed for Vehicle to Pedestrian Technology

Mafruhatul Jannat, Leidos; Stephanie Roldan, Leidos; Stacy A Balk, Leidos; Karen Timpone, Federal Highway Administration

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Poster 25: Public Acceptance on Autonomous Vehicle in Korea and North America

Kyuock Kim, The Korea Transport Institute; Ajung Moon, Open Roboethics Institute; Sun A. Cho, Researcher, The Korea Transport Institute; Shalaleh Rismani, Open Roboethics Institute

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Poster 26: Activity-travel Behavior in the Automated Vehicle-era: A Focus Group Study and a Time-use Model

Baiba Pudane, TU Delft; Sander van Cranenburgh, TU Delft; Theo A. Arentze, TU Eindhoven; Yousef Maknoon, TU Delft; Michał Rataj, TU Delft; Niek Mouter, TU Delft; Hadi Asghari, TU Delft; Caspar G. Chorus, TU Delft

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Poster 27: Disaggregated Prediction of Adoption Rate of Autonomous Trucks by Freight Organizations

Jesse Simpson, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis; Sabyasachee Mishra, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis; Ahmadreza Talebian, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis; Mihalis Golias, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis; Evangelos Kaisar, Department of Civil Engineering, Florida Atlantic University

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Poster 28: Estimating and Explaining the Value of Travel Time Savings for Autonomous Driving

Viktoriya Kolarova, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research

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Poster 29: Including Engineering Ethics Into Decision-Making About Automated Mobility

Allanté Whitmore, Carnegie Mellon University; Constantine Samaras, Carnegie Mellon University; Chris T. Hendrickson, Carnegie Mellon University; H. Scott Matthews, Carnegie Mellon University; Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Carnegie Mellon University

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Poster 30: Addressing Challenges of Connected-and-Automated Vehicle based Intersection Control

Ho-jin Jung, DGIST; Seongah Hong, University of Virginia; Kyoung-Dae Kim, DGIST; B. Brian Park, University of Virginia



Tuesday

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Poster 1: How to Prepare Roadways Better for CAV in Chin

Wenyin Yang, Research Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China; Ronggui Zhou, Research Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China; Chengcheng Tang, Research Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China; Fan Ye, Ohio Northern Unviersity

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Poster 2: Transportation Research Board’s Research on Automated Vehicle and Connected Vehicle Technologies

Ray Derr, Transportation Research Board

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Poster 3: An Automated Emergency Vehicle Preemption Strategy

Jaehyun So, The Korea Transport Institute; Jeongran Wee, The Korea Transport Institute; Jiwon Kang, The Korea Transport Institute; Young-Jun Moon, The Korea Transport Institute

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Poster 4: Roadway Geometric Design and Highway Infrastructure Preparedness for Autonomous Vehicle Operations

Tariq Usman Saeed, Purdue University; Samuel Labi, Purdue University; Kumares Sinha, Purdue University

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Poster 5: An Innovative Street Design to Embrace Low-speed Automated Mobility in a Mixed Traffic Environment ---- A Case Study in Berkeley, CA

Guoyuan Wu, University of California at Riverside; Yan Lin, South China University of Technology; Jun Huang, South China University of Technology

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Poster 6: Autonomous Vehicles: Implications of Autonomous Truck Lateral Positioning on Flexible Pavement Performance and Design

Hossein Noorvand, Arizona State University; Shane Underwood, Arizona State University

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Poster 7: Feedback Control Speed Harmonization Algorithm: Methodology and Preliminary Testing

Hesham A. Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Hao Yang, Toyota

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Poster 8: A Comprehensive Roadmap for Level 4/5 Connected as Automated Driving in Europe

Carolin Zachäus, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH; Benjamin Wilsch, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH; Jörg Dubbert, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH; Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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Poster 9: Scheduling of Heterogeneous Connected Automated Vehicles at a General Conflict Point

Saeid Soleimaniamiri, University of South Florida; Xiaopeng Li, University of South Florida; Yu Wang, University of South Florida

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Poster 10: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Applying Integrated Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control, Cooperative Merging and Speed Harmonization Applications to a Managed Lane Facility

Jiaqi Ma, University of Cincinnati; Edward M. Leslie, Leidos, Inc; Zhitong Huang, Leidos, Inc; Yi Guo, University of Cincinnati; Robert Ferlis, Federal Highway Administration

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Poster 11: Automated Shuttles and Getting Around in Snow and Ice - Connected and Automated Vehicle Activities in Finland

Eetu Pilli-Sihvola, Finnish Transport Safety Agency; Alina Koskela, Finnish Transport Agency

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Poster 12: A Fuzzy Situation Assessment Model Applied on Collision Avoidance System

Zihao Wang, North Carolina A&T State University; Saina Ramyar, North Carolina A&T State University; Abdollah Homaifar, North Carolina A&T State University

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Poster 13: Exploring Individual and Societal Acceptance of Automated and Connected Vehicles

Viktoriya Kolarova, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research; Kerstin Stark, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research; Stephan Müller, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research; Barbara Lenz, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research

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Poster 14: Development and Controlled Field Evaluation of an Automated Eco-Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control System in the Vicinity of Signalized Intersections

Mohammed Almannaa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Hao Chen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Amara Loulizi, Université de Tunis El Manar, Ecole Nationale d'ingénieur de Tunis; Ihab El-Shawarby, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Poster 15: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing for Both Vehicle-to Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Based Connected and Automated Vehicle Applications

Jiaqi Ma, University of Cincinnati; Fang Zhou, StoneRiver Inc.; Zhitong Huang, Leidos; Rachel James, Federal Highway Administration

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Poster 16: Sensitivity of Automated Intersection Control to Frequency Pedestrian Calls

Christopher M. Day, Iowa State University

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Poster 17: Personalized Trajectory Planning Framework for Autonomous Highway Driving

Saina Ramyar, ACIT Institute, North Carolina A&T State University; Abdollah Homaifar, ACIT Institute, North Carolina A&T State University; Arda Kurt, TuSimple

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Poster 18: Predicting the Demand for Connected Autonomous Vehicles: A New Approach Based on the Theory of Diffusion of Innovation

Ahmadreza Talebian, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis; Sabyasachee Mishra, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis

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Poster 19: Freeway Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Improvement via Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Applications

Hao Liu, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Steven E. Shladover, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Xiao-Yun Lu, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Xingan (David) Kan, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley

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Poster 20: Energy-Efficient Adaptive Cruise Control for Electric Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

Jing Dong, Iowa State University; Chaoru Lu, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Liang Hu, Iowa State University

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Poster 21: New 3-Truck CACC Field Test for Fuel Consumption and Control Performance

Xiao-Yun Lu, California PATH Program, U. C. Berkeley; Steven E. Shladover, California PATH Program, U. C. Berkeley; Brian McAuliffe, National Research Council of Canada; Stefan Bergquist, Volvo Group Technology; Aravind Kailas, Volvo Group Technology

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Poster 22: Energy and Mobility Impacts of Privately Owned Fully Autonomous Vehicles

Joshua Auld, Argonne National Laboratory ; Mahmoud Javanmardi, Argonne National Laboratory; Omer Verbas, Argonne National Laboratory; Ehsan Islam, Argonne National Laboratory; Vincent Freyermuth, Argonne National Laboratory; Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory

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Poster 23: Analysis of Tipping Points in Scenarios for CAVs Adoption

Brian Bush, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Jeff Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Laura Vimmerstedt, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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Poster 24: Trajectory Optimization for Car-Like Vehicles in Structured and Semi-Structured Environments

Sebastian Klaudt, M.Sc., Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University ; Dipl. Ing. Christoph Klas, fka - Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH ; Dr.-Ing. Adrian Zlocki, fka - Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH; Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University

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Poster 25: National-Level Energy Impacts of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Systems

Eleftheria Kontou, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Jeffrey Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Jacob Holden, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Matteo Muratori, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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Poster 26: Analyzing Factors Impacting Automated Vehicle Energy Consumption, Informed by Current Ride-Hailing Experience

Alejandro Henao, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Jeff Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Stanley Young, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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Poster 27: Estimating Potential Energy and Mobility Impacts of CAVs in the US

Thomas S. Stephens, Argonne National Laboratory; Josh Auld, Argonne National laboratory; Paul Leiby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jeff Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Eleftheria Kontou, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois at Chicago; Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois at Chicago; Nima Golshani, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Poster 28: Battery Electric Vehicles Performance Enhancement under Eco-Driving Operation

Zhiming Gao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Tim J. LaClair, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Guoyuan Wu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Matthew Barth, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Poster 29: Simulation Framework for Energy-Efficient Connected and Automated Vehicles

Dominik Karbowski, Argonne National Laboratory; Namdoo Kim, Argonne National Laboratory; Jongryeol Jeong, Argonne National Laboratory; Daliang Shen, Argonne National Laboratory; Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory

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Poster 30: Energy and Emissions Implications of Self-Driving Vehicles

Jooyong Lee, The University of Texas at Austin; Kara M. Kockelman, The University of Texas at Austin



Wednesday

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Poster 1: The Effects of Vehicle Automation on Driver Engagement: The Case of Adaptive Cruise Control and Mind Wandering

Starla Weaver, Leidos; Stephanie Roldan, Leidos; Stacy Balk, Leidos; Brian Philips, U.S. Department of Transportation

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Poster 2: A Multi-Agent Traffic Simulation Model to Predict the Impact of Automated Driving Systems on Safety

Sou Kitajima, Japan Automobile Research Institute; Keisuke Shimono, Japan Automobile Research Institute; Akito Adachi, Japan Automobile Research Institute; Jacobo Antona- Makoshi, Japan Automobile Research Institute; Nobuyuki Uchida, Japan Automobile Research Institute; Jun Tajima, Misaki Design

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Poster 3: Understanding the Human Factors Challenges of Automated Vehicles: Overview of the Work Conducted in Leeds

Natasha Merat, University of Leeds; Tyron Louw, University of Leeds; Yee Mun Lee, University of Leeds; Ruth Madigan, University of Leeds; Fanta Camara, University of Leeds; Oscar Giles, University of Leeds; Gustav Markkula, University of Leeds; Richard Romano, University of Leeds; Charles Fox, University of Leeds; Daryl Hibberd, University of Leeds; Erwin Boer, University of Leeds

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Poster 4: Recurrent Measurements of User Experience in AVs: A Method Development Experiment at AstaZero Proving Grounds

Victor Malmsten Lundgren, RISE Viktoria; Jonas Andersson, RISE Viktoria; Emma Asker, RISE Viktoria; Azra Habibovic, RISE Viktoria; Maria Klingegård, RISE Viktoria; David Lindström, RISE Viktoria; Alexey Voronov, RISE Viktoria

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Poster 5: Emergency Autonomous to Manual Takeover in a Driving Simulator: Teens vs. Adult Drivers, Males vs. Females

Helen Loeb, Children Hospital of Philadelphia; Aditya Belwadi, Children Hospital of Philadelphia; Saniyah Shaikh, University of pennsylvania; Michelle Shen, University of Pennsylvania; Chelsea Ward, Children Hospital of Philadelphia

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Poster 6: Should I Take Over? Does System Knowledge Help Novice Drivers in Operating a Highly Automated Car?

Anika Boelhouwer, University of Twente; A.P. van den Beukel, University of Twente; M.H. Martens, University of Twente

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Poster 7: Inter-vehicular Communication to Safely Mitigate Emergency Braking in Vehicle Platoons

Yuan Lin, Virginia Tech; Azim Eskandarian, Virginia Tech

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Poster 8: Information Used in Mental Model Formation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Pamela Greenwood, George Mason University; Carryl Baldwin, George Mason University; John Lehnemann, George Mason University; Jasmine Dang, George Mason University; Michael Waltrip, George Mason University; Stephanie Tulk, George Mason University

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Poster 9: Characterizing Perceptions of Automated Driving Systems Based on Usage of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: A Methodology

Anuj Pradhan, University of Michigan; Elizabeth Pulver, State Farm; Shan Bao, University of Michigan; Lisa Molnar, University of Michigan; Jennifer Zakrajsek, University of Michigan

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Poster 10: Studying Driver-Bicyclist Communication Using Naturalistic Driving Data

Fred Feng, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute; Shan Bao, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute; Michael Delp, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

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Poster 11: Making the Complete Trip a Reality

Mohammed Yousuf, FHWA; Bob Sheehan, ITSJPO,; Hendrik Opstelten, FTA

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Poster 12: Ethics and Responsibility in Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Vehicles

E. Asher Balkin, Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory, Ohio State University; David D. Woods, Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory, Ohio State University

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Poster 13: Practical Application of the Levels of Driving Automation Scale

Tracy Sandrs, MITRE; Mike French, MITRE; Andrew Lacher, MITRE

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Poster 14: Driver Expectations for System Control Errors, Engagement, and Crash Avoidance in Level 2 Driving Automation Systems

Sheldon Russell, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Thomas Champagne, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Zachary Crane, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Josh Radlbeck, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Shane McLaughlin, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Eric Traube, NHTSA

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Poster 15: Parents’ Preferences for Transportation of Children in Autonomous Vehicles

Somer Hand, George Mason University; Yi-Ching Lee, George Mason University

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Poster 16: Development of a Forward Collision Avoidance System Through Reinforcement Learning

Ahura Jami, University of Central Florida; Sayyed Jaffar Ali Raza, University of Central Florida; Yaser P. Fallah, University of Central Florida

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Poster 17: Driver Acceptance of Connected Automation: Adaptive Cruise Control

Matthew Marchese, Leidos; Vaughan W. Inman, Leidos; Brian H. Philips, Federal Highway Administration, Department of Transportation

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Poster 18: Anticipatory Model for Safer Automated Lane Changes

Nigel Williams, UC Riverside; Guoyuan Wu, UC Riverside; Kanok Boriboonsomsin, UC Riverside; Matthew Barth, UC Riverside; Samer Rajab, Honda R&D Americas Inc.; Sue Bai, Honda R&D Americas Inc.

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Poster 19: Understanding How the First Exposure to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Can Impact a Driver’s Interest to Purchase the Technology

Ashley McDonald, National Advanced Driving Simulator; Michelle Reyes, University of Iowa, National Advanced Driving Simulator; Cheryl Roe, University of Iowa, National Advanced Driving Simulator; Daniel McGehee, University of Iowa, National Advanced Driving Simulator


Plenary Sessions

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Bridging the Automated Vehicle Gap: Consumer Trust, Technology and Liability

Kristin Kolodge, Executive Director, Driver Interaction and Human, Machine Interface, J.D. Power;  Tina Georgieva, Senior Attorney, Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C.

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Transition from Collision Avoidance to Automated Vehicle Systems (Pathway to Full Automation)

Dr. Ensar Becic, Human Performance Investigator / Project Manager, Office of Highway Safety, NTSB

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Development of Unsupervised Self-Driving Using Deep Learning Neural Networks, and Proving it is Sufficiently Safe

Jonas Ekmark, Product Area Owner, New Technology, Zenuity

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Applying a Hybrid Network Approach to Deployment of Self-Driving Mobility Services

Nadeem Sheikh, VP, Self-Driving Vehicle Programs, Lyft

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Safety Assurance, Validation and Certification Panel

Dr. Lutz Eckstein, Director and Chair, Institute for Automotive Engineering, RWTH Aachen University

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Safety Assurance, Validation and Certification Panel

Dr. Olaf op den Camp, Senior Consultant, Integrated Vehicle Safety, TNO

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Safety Assurance, Validation and Certification Panel

Dr. Phil Koopman, Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

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GATEway: Exploring How People Respond to, Engage with and Accept CAVs in a Challenging Urban Environment 

Richard Cuerden, Director, TRL Academy

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The National Academies & TRB - Preparing for Automated Vehicles and Shared Mobility

Neil Pedersen, Executive Director, Transportation Research Board

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Preparing U.S. Workers and Employers for an Autonomous Vehicle Future

Dr. Erica L. Groshen, Visiting Senior Scholar, ILR School, Cornell University

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Designing Automated Vehicles Around Human Values 

Dr. Chris Gerdes, Director Revs Program at Stanford, Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS), Dynamic Design Lab

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Reshaping Urban Mobility with Autonomous Vehicles: Lessons from the City of Boston

 John Moavenzadeh, Head of Mobility Industries and System Initiative, World Economic Forum

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Real Commercial Platooning -- Real Safety and Savings

Dr. Josh Switkes, Founder & CEO, Peloton

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Embark’s Approach to Operational Safety for Automated Truck Development

Alex Rodrigues, CEO and Co-Founder, Embark

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The PEGASUS-Method for HAD Assessment - Status Quo

Dr. Walther H.K. Wachenfeld, Test Architect, Automated Driving, Continental Teves

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Designing Cooperative Interaction of Automated Vehicles with Other Road Users- Overview of the EU Project interACT

Dr. Natasha Merat, Associate Professor, University of Leeds

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Symposium Welcome

Kevin Dopart, Program Manager, Vehicle Safety & Automation, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Joint Program Office, U.S. Department of Transportation

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SIP-adus: Field Operational Tests and Regulatory Issues

Hajime Amano, President and CEO, ITS Japan

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Automated Mobility: The EU Strategy for Mobility of the Future 

Clara de la Torre, Director for Transport, Directorate-General for Research & Innovation, European Commission

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Testing Automated Driving on European Roads - The L3Pilot Project

Adrian Zlocki, Head of Automated Driving Department, fka

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The Future of Mobility in the United Kingdom

Iain Forbes, Head, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, UK Department for Transport

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Dubai Self-Driving Transport Vision and World Challenge

Dr. Ismail Zohdy, Program Manager, Dubai Self-Driving Transport

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U.S. Department of Transportation Automated Vehicle Research Activities

Finch Fulton, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, U.S. DOT; Kevin Dopart, Program Manager, Vehicle Safety & Automation, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Joint Program Office, U.S. Department of Transportation