Final Program

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Tuesday May 14, 2013

09:30 Welcome
10:00 Welcome Speech
Marion Berbineau
10:15 Invited speaker-Nets4cars
V2V Communication Channels: State of Knowledge, New Results, and What's Next
David W. Matolak, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
11:00 Survey on Context-Aware Publish/Subscribe Systems for VANET
Mickaël Royer, Alain Pirovano and Fabien Garcia
11:30 A Survey on Security in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Saira Gillani, Farrukh Shahzad, Amir Qayyum and Rashid Mehmood
12:00 Wireless Vehicular Network Standard Harmonization
Tsutomu Tsuboi
12:30 Multi-technology Vehicular Cooperative System Based on Software Defined Radio (SDR)
Nathalie Haziza, Mohamed Kassab, Raymond Knopp, Jérôme Härri, Florian Kaltenberger, Philippe Agostini, Marion Berbineau, Christophe Gransart, Joëlle Besnier, Jacques Ehrlich and Hasnaa Aniss,
13:00 Lunch break
14:15 Invited speaker-Nets4trains
Internet Onboard: Technical Analysis
Hassan Ghannoum and David Sanz, SNCF, France
15:00 LTE Based Communication System for Urban Guided-Transport: A QoS Performance Study
Arwa Khayat, Mohamed Kassab, Marion Berbineau, Mohamed Amine Abid and Abdelfettah Belghith
15:30 Performance of LTE in High Speed Railway Scenarios: Impact on Transfer Delay and Integrity of ETCS Messages
Aleksander Sniady and Jose Soler
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Generating Test Scenarios Based on Real-World Traces for ERTMS Telecommunication Subsystem Evaluation
Patrick Sondi, Marion Berbineau, Mohamed Kassab and Georges Mariano
17:00 Blind Digital Modulation Detector for MIMO Systems over High-Speed Railway Channels
Sofiane Kharbech, Iyad Dayoub, Eric Simon and Marie Zwingelstein-Colin
19:00 Visit of old town of Lille
20:00 Gala dinner in Lille

Wednesday May 15, 2013

09:15 Invited speaker-Nets4trains
A QoS-Based Multi-user Scheduler Applied to Railway Radio-Communications
Nicolas Gresset, Jonathan Letessier and Hervé Bonneville, Communications Technology Division, Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe, Rennes
10:00 Enhancing the CATS Framework by Providing Asynchronous Deployment for Mobile Application
Mikael Desertot, Christophe Gransart and Sylvain Lecomte
10:30 Multipath technology to handle mobility and increase resilience in next generation ERTMS
Igor Lopez, Christian Pinedo, Marina Aguado and Eduardo Jacob
10:45 Coffee break
11:15-11:45 Performance of Inter-Vehicle Relay Network Based IR-UWB
Yamen Issa, Iyad Dayoub and Abdelaziz Bensrhair
11:45 The Effects of Increasing Antenna Arrays and Spatial Correlation on Loading Algorithm for Closed-Loop MIMO Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communications
Imade Fahd Eddine Fatani, Mohamed Gharbi, François-Xavier Coudoux, Marion Berbineau, Patrick Corlay and Marc Gazalet
12:15 Increased Communication Reliability for Delay-Sensitive Platooning Applications on Top of IEEE 802.11p
Magnus Jonsson, Kristina Kunert and Annette Böhm
12:45 Lunch break
14:00 Development of Car2X Communication and Localization PHY and MAC Protocol Following Iterative Spiral Model Using Simulation and Emulation
Axel Sikora, Dirk Lill, Manuel Schappacher, Simon Gutjahr and Eugen Gerber
14:30 Characterization of a Laser Scanner Sensor for the Use as a Reference System in Vehicular Relative Positioning
Fabian de Ponte Müller, Luis Martín Navajas and Thomas Strang
15:00 Estimating the Scheduling Discipline of an Ethernet Switch Using Constant Bit-Rate Probes
Kasper Revsbech, Tatiana K. Madsen and Henrik Schiøler
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Bridging Physical and Digital Traffic System Simulations with the Gulliver Test-Bed
Christian Berger, Erik Dahlgren, Johan Grunden, Daniel Gunnarsson, Nadia Holtryd, Anmar Khazal, Mohamed Mustafa, Marina Papatriantafilou, Elad M. Schiller, Christoph Steup, Viktor Swantesson and Philippas Tsigas
16:30 Open-VSeSeMe: A Middleware for Efficient Vehicular Sensor Processing
Zubair Nabi, Atif Alvi, Gary Allen, David Greaves and Rashid Mehmood