[ecoop-info] International Conference on Recent Theories and Applications in Transportation and Mobility - (RTATM 2021) -Prague

Emilia Marc emilia at confscience.com
Wed Jan 27 09:49:32 CET 2021

Call for papers


International Conference on Recent Theories and Applications in
Transportation and Mobility - (RTATM 2021) 

Prague - Czech Republic, October 14-15, 2021


Submission deadline: April 1, 2021

All papers accepted in RTATM 2021 will be published in Springer CCIS
(Communications in Computer and Information Science). 

CCIS is abstracted/indexed in Scopus, SCImago, EI-Compendex, Mathematical
Reviews, DBLP, Google Scholar, and Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings
Citation (Former ISI Proceedings)



- Paper Submission: April 1, 2021

- Acceptance Notification: July 1, 2021

- Final Manuscript Due: September 1, 2021


The RTATM 2021 conference will be held in Conjunction with: 

International Conference on Applied Data Science and Intelligence (ADSI

International Conference on Informatics Revolution for Smarter Healthcare
(IRSH 2021)



Authors are invited to submit their original papers to address the topics of
the conference, including but not limited to:


- Modelling and Simulation Algorithms

- Vehicular Wireless Medium Access Control

- V2X communications 

- Routings and Protocols for Connected Vehicles

- Mobility Models and Architectures 

- Distribution Strategies

- Traffic Incident Management Systems

- Bio-Inspired Approaches

- Optimization and Collaboration

- Automatic Control in Vehicular Networks

- Energy-aware Connected Mobility

- Programming Languages

- Sustainable Transportation

- Multimodal Transportation Networks and Systems

- Systemsb Integration

- Driver Behavior Models and Simulation

- Human Factors and Travel Behaviour

- Green Mobility

- Regulations and Bylaws for Intelligent

- Transportation and Mobility


- Mobility Management 

- Connected Vehicles 


- Predictive Logistics

- Spatio-Temporal Event Tracking

- Decision Support Systems 

- Emergency Management

- Logistics and E-Commerce

- Supply Chain Design and Execution

- Supply Chain Management

- Advanced Planning Systems 

- Fleet Management

- Multi-Agent Systems 

- Machine Learning for Smart Logistics

- Intelligent Infrastructures

- Real-time Analysis of Comprehensive Supply Chain Data

- Smart Synchronization of Logistics Processes

- New Approaches for Cost Transparency

- Big Data for Smart Logistics

- Logistics 4.0

- Mobile Networks

- Next-Generation Smart Logistics

- Performance Management Approaches

- Tests and Deployment

- Software Defined Networks

- Smart Freight Management

- Smart Shipment Management

- Smart Warehousing  

- Smart Inventory management


- Real-Time transportation Data Acquisition

- Event Detection and Monitoring

- Data Warehouses for connected mobility

- Data mining and Data analytics

- Data Worthiness in Connected Vehicles

- Data Trustworthiness for effective transportation and mobility

- Road Traffic Data Analytics

- Structured and Unstructured Data for Connected Mobility

- Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI)

- Data Representation for Connected Mobility

- Transportation Data Mining

- Transportation and mobility Data Visualization

- Cognitive and Context-aware Intelligence  

- Transportation Decision Support Systems

- Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

- Intelligent Transportation Services

- Smart Mobility Services

- Big Data and Vehicle Analytics

- Massive Data Management

- Collective and connected Intelligence

- Next Generation Services

- Driver Behaviour Analysis

- Geo-Spatial Services   

- Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)

- Web and Mobile Services


- Security Issues in Vehicular Communications

- Safety Applications of Connected Vehicles

- Weather-related Safety solutions

- V2V, V2I and I2V Road Safety Applications

- Connected Mobility for Hazard Management

- Risk Management

- Road Traffic Crashes Analytics

- Traffic Jam Prediction

- Resource Allocation for Hazard Management

- Trust and Privacy Issues in Logistics

- Management of Exceptional Events

- New approaches to Networking Security for Transportation Applications

- Failure modes, human factors, software safety

- Automated Failure Analysis

- Performance and Human Error Analysis

- Design and Reliability of Control Systems

- Dispersion Modelling Software

- Quantification of Risk





Based on the peer review scores as well as the presentations at the
conference, the authors of outstanding papers will be invited to extend
their works for a potential publication in journals special issues with high
impact factors. 



Papers must be submitted electronically as PDF files via easychair

All papers will be peer reviewed. 

Length of Full papers: 12-15 pages long (written in the LNCS/CCIS one-column
page format, 400 words per page)

Length of Short papers: less than 12 pages 

For more information, please refer to the conference website:




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