Conference title: 2021 Intelligent technologies and electronic devices in vehicle and road transport complex
Conference Record #53476
From 11 to 12 November 2021
Location: Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI)
64, Leningradsky prospect, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI) was founded on the 13th December 1930. Now MADI is one of the largest universities in Russia, the leading research and educational center for training bachelors, specialists, masters and researchers in various fields: road, bridges and airport construction, operation and service of transport, economics and management in transport and construction, automated systems of management, traffic safety and management. Now at MADI there are more than 140 doctors of science, 500 full and associate professors, who teach more than 16000 undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students. Among MADI’s alumni there are government officials and researchers, businessmen and university professors of many countries. For its contribution to training of qualified specialists MADI was awarded Medal of Friendship of Vietnam (1988) and Laos (2015). MADI was the first Russian university to send in 2006 its team to Formula Student competition and from that time student engineering projects have resulted in successful performance at various international competitions. MADI has scientific and educational cooperation programs with foreign universities and 2016 is the second year when some MADI graduates will get double degree of both MADI and Otto Von Guericke University of Magdeburg. MADI’s mission is research and education to ensure availability of high-quality, efficient and safe transport and to increase vehicle-to-population ratio, which is a crucial factor for Russian transport system, providing its integrity.
Submission dates (Abstract and Full Paper at the same time):
Regular submission: 02 August 2021
Late submission (with additional payment): 23 August 2021
Last chance submission (with a BIG extra charge): 15 September 2021
Notification of Acceptance date: 20 September 2021
Author Registration, Final paper Submission and Payment date: 20 October 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS
CF-01: 10.000 рублей — (Regular submission: 02 August 2021) Регистрация для участников из РФ и стран СНГ — членов IEEE (одна статья на один регистрационный номер IEEE для первого автора)
CF-02: 12.000 рублей — (Regular submission: until 02 August 2021) Регистрация для участников из РФ и стран СНГ
CF-03: 12.000 рублей — (Late submission with additional payment: until 23 August 2021) Регистрация для участников из РФ и стран СНГ — членов IEEE (одна статья на один регистрационный номер IEEE для первого автора)
CF-04: 14.000 рублей — (Late submission with additional payment: until 23 August 2021) Регистрация для участников из РФ и стран СНГ
CF-05: 20.000 рублей — (Last chance submission with a BIG extra charge: until 15 September 2021) Регистрация для участников из РФ и стран СНГ
CF-06: 160 USD – Graduate and postgraduate students as sole authors without co-authors or a team of authors consisting of only students (Regular submission and Late submission)
CF-07: 180 USD – Registration for IEEE members (Regular submission and Late submission, one article per IEEE registration number for the first author)
CF-08: 200 USD – Full registration (Regular submission and Late submission)
CF-09: 300 USD – Last chance submission with a BIG extra charge: until 15 September 2021 — Full registration
About the Event
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE «2021 INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGIES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN VEHICLE AND ROAD TRANSPORT COMPLEX»
For 79 years (held since 1942), MADI has been annually holding an international scientific-methodological and research conference «Intelligent technologies and electronic devices in vehicle and road transport complex». During this period, the conference has become larger and more significant. MADI wants to allocate several sections and subsections to a higher level. These areas are: integrated automated control systems in the sectors of the transport and road complex; automation of production processes; organization and traffic safety.
The presentations are made by the scientists and developers from: Russia, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Brazil, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan.
IEEE Region 8, Chair of Russian Section Chapter MTT/ED, IEEE Senior member, Timofey Ya. Shevgunov organizes the work of conference section “Advanced digital intelligent technologies, robotic and big data systems, machine learning and artificial intelligence”.
The conference is held in eight areas, considering the field of intelligent technologies and electronic devices in the road transport complex.
The papers which are discussed at the conference can be divided into the following areas:
- Advanced digital intelligent technologies, robotic and big data systems, machine learning and artificial intelligence
- Intelligent transport systems and monitoring the state of road network objects
- Electronic driver assistance systems. Self-driving cars and electric vehicles
- Intelligent and digital systems for design, management and monitoring during the construction and operation of road infrastructure
- Innovative technologies and materials in mechanical engineering and modeling of complex mechanical systems
- Creation and service of highly efficient road-building, airfield and hoisting-and-transport equipment based on information technologies, robotic and mechatronic systems
- Digital technologies in logistics
8. Intelligent technologies for special-purpose vehicles creation and operation
IEEE Russia Section Chair Sergey E. Bankov in cooperation with Chair of MTT/ED/AES Chapter Moscow, Russia, IEEE Senior Member Timofey Shevgunov appoints the conference committee chairs and other key members.
Keywords: Intelligent technologies, Robotic and big data systems, Machine learning and artificial intelligence, Electronic devices in vehicle and road transport complex.
Conference will produce a publication.
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Organizers and Sponsors of the Conference
- IEEE REGION 8, RUSSIAN SECTION CHAPTER, MTT/ED
- INSTITUTE OF RADIO AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IRIS)
- MOSCOW AUTOMOBILE AND ROAD CONSTRUCTION STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY (MADI)
Conference Publication Program Coordinator
Subjects of the conference
The main areas of the conference «Intelligent technologies and electronic devices in vehicle and road transport complex» advanced digital intelligent technologies, robotic and big data systems, machine learning and artificial intelligence; intelligent transport systems and monitoring of the road network state objects; electrical equipment of cars and electric vehicles; digital technologies in logistics; intelligent technologies for the creation and operation of special-purpose vehicles.
Field of interest:
- Intelligent technologies
- Robotic and big data systems
- Machine learning and artificial intelligence
- Electronic devices in vehicle and road transport complex
Structure of the technical program committee
Chairman of the Program Committee
Program Committee Coordinator
Technical program committee:
Chairman of the Program Committee
Didmanidze O.N., Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dr. Tech. Sciences, professor
1-st Vice-Chairman of the Program Committee
Karelina M.Yu., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, vice-rector on scientific work, head. Department «Details of Machines and the Theory of Mechanisms», MADI
2-nd Vice-Chairman of the Program Committee
Demyanushko I.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Construction Mechanics», MADI
3-rd Vice-Chairman of the Program Committee
Prikhodko V.М., Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, MADI
Program Committee Coordinator
Svetlana S. Dymkova, Conference coordinator, Institute of Radio and Information Systems (IRIS), Member of IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society and IEEE Circuits and Systems Society
Members of the program committee
Gaidar S.M., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department “Materials Science and Technology of Mechanical Engineering”, Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy
Shevgunov T.Ya., IEEE Region 8, Chair of Russian Section Chapter MTT/ED, IEEE Senior member
Ivanov A.M., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Automobiles», MADI
Kozlovsky V.N., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Theoretical and General Electrical Engineering» Samara State Technical University
Ostroukh A.V.,Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, MADI
Silyanov V.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, MADI
Sova A.N. — Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Transport Facilities», MADI
Trofimenko Yu.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Engineering ecology» MADI
Shatrov M.G., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Heat Engineering and Tractor Engines» MADI
Yashina M.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Cand. physical-mat. Sciences, head. Department of «Higher Mathematics» MADI, IEEE member
Girma Gebresenbet, professor, Department of Energy and Technology, Swedish university of agricultural sciences
Dzhumanov R.B. — Ph.D. project engineer of the US Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Matkerimov T.Y., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, Academician of the Engineering Academy of the Kyrgyz Republic (IA KR), Academician of the International Academy of Pedagogical Education (IANPO), Dean of the Faculty of Transport and Mechanical Engineering of Kyrgyz State Technical University named after I. Razzakov, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Slawomir Makowski, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Coordinator of Cooperation Programs, Associate Professor of the Gdansk Polytechnic University, Gdansk, Poland
Hoang Duc Quang, Ph.D. Southern Branch of the Russian-Vietnamese Tropical Scientific Research Technological Center, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
Georgi Popov, PhD, Assoc. Prof, Technical University – Sofia, Bulgaria
Petar Kolev, Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, Vice Rector of Research and International Relations, Todor Kableshkov University of Transport, Sofia, Bulgaria
Organizing Committee Members
Efimenko D.B. (Chairman, Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, acting rector of MADI)
Nizamov R.K. (Vice-Chairman) , Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, rector of Kazan State University of Architecture and Construction
Varlamov O.V. (Vice-Chairman), Doctor of Technical Sciences, Chairman of the Institute of Radio and Information Systems, IRIS, IEEE Member
Vasiliev Y.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department «Road building materials» MADI
Vdovin E.A., Cand. Tech. Sciences, Associate Professor, Vice-Rector on Research, head. Department «Roads, bridges and tunnels» of Kazan State University of Architecture and Construction
Evtyukov S.A., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department “Ground Transport and Technological Machines”, SPSUACE
Efimenko D.B. , Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, vice-rector on academic affairs, head. Department “Legal and Customs Regulation in Transport”, MADI
Lazarev Yu.G., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, SPbPU
Novikov A.N., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, director of the Polytechnic Institute named after N.N. Polikarpov, head. Department «Service and repair of machines», Orel State University
Novikov I.A., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Director of the Transport and Technological Institute of BSTU named after V.G. Shukhov
Pospelov P.I., Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, head. Department “Research Methods and Road Design”, MADI
Solntsev A.A., professor, head. Department “Operation of motor transport and car service”, MADI
Full Paper are being reviewed (Blind review) Estimated number of submitted papers: 150 Сriteria for reviewers to evaluate submissions 1. All the papers, submitted for publication by the Program Committee. 2. Review process is anonymous for the reviewers as well as for the author. 3. After reviewing the paper may be rejected, sent to the author for revision, or accepted for publication. 4. The review should include: — General evaluation of the paper’s content and principal judgment on whether it could be published; — The specific enumeration of errors in the methodology and tools (if any); — Suggestions for improving the text. 5. Upon receipt of an unfavorable verdict of the reviewer the paper is discussed on the program committee meeting, which makes a decision on rejection of the article or the need for further review by an independent expert. 6. In case of paper’s rejection, the author sent a notification letter. 7. The procedure for review and approval of articles is from 1 to 2 months. 8. All reviewers are acknowledged experts on the subject of peer-reviewed materials. We are not using student reviewers. Every participant pays arrangement fee. Besides, the Conference doesn’t allows distance participation and if the speaker is absent, he or she will lost the ability of the report to the next conference.
Full Paper are being reviewed (Blind review)
Estimated number of submitted papers: 150
Сriteria for reviewers to evaluate submissions
1. All the papers, submitted for publication by the Program Committee.
2. Review process is anonymous for the reviewers as well as for the author.
3. After reviewing the paper may be rejected, sent to the author for revision, or accepted for publication.
4. The review should include:
— General evaluation of the paper’s content and principal judgment on whether it could be published;
— The specific enumeration of errors in the methodology and tools (if any);
— Suggestions for improving the text.
5. Upon receipt of an unfavorable verdict of the reviewer the paper is discussed on the program committee meeting, which makes a decision on rejection of the article or the need for further review by an independent expert.
6. In case of paper’s rejection, the author sent a notification letter.
7. The procedure for review and approval of articles is from 1 to 2 months.
8. All reviewers are acknowledged experts on the subject of peer-reviewed materials.
We are not using student reviewers.
Every participant pays arrangement fee. Besides, the Conference doesn’t allows distance participation and if the speaker is absent, he or she will lost the ability of the report to the next conference.
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