- 13. January 2017
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10th GSVF | June 27-28, 2017 Graz, Austria
Context-embedded vehicle technologies
We are very glad to invite you to the 10th “Graz Symposium Virtual Vehicle” (GSVF) with the topic “Context-Embedded Vehicle Technologies”. The Symposium will take place in Graz/Austria in June 2017 and is organized by VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center and Graz University of Technology.
GSVF 2017 | Call for Papers
For the 2017 conference, we expect contributions in the field of context-embedded vehicle technologies in order to shift safe&secure, efficient, and green driving to the next level of technology readiness and end-user acceptance.
The symposium focusses on innovations and upcoming trends in the field of connectivity-cooperation-automation, context-embedded developments, adaptability, especially SW-updatability, driven by real-world data, virtualization penetration and virtual approval as well as human-centered solutions.
Topics include but are not limited to:
|•||Sensors and environmental awareness|
|•||High performance computing|
|•||Validation and Test|
|Safety & security|
|•||Cooperative active and integrated safety|
|•||Reactive human models (cognitive, body) and human-in-the-loop|
|•||Assessment of safety functions|
|Comprehensive energy management|
|•||Powertrain of the future|
|•||Vehicle – environment – interaction|
|•||Energy harvesting for EVs|
|•||Multi-level simulation and test of EVs|
|•||Design of highly-connected, context-embedded systems|
|•||High-fidelity modeling and simulation|
|•||Internet of things, things of the internet|
Abstract submission: 31st of January, 2017
For more details please visit our conference website: www.gsvf.at
With kind regards,
Jost Bernasch, Werner Rom, Daniel Watzenig, Michael Nöst
(Conference Chairmen, VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center)
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