Industry Forums - Call for Presentations
The ICCVE 2013 will hold Industry Forums designed to facilitate broad discussions on various aspects of Connected Vehicles. Presentations about technologies, practices, markets, policy, and social implications are all welcome. If you are interested in speaking at the ICCVE 2013 Industry Forums, please submit a simple proposal to our Industry Forums Committee. Based on the submitted proposals, the committee will schedule forum sessions consisting of presentations and panel discussions. Each presentation will be 20-30 min, depending on how full the agenda of a session would be.
Simple submission. Too busy to write a detailed proposal? Don't worry. At this stage, you only need to send a simple email as your proposal to our Industry Forums Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org). Just include the following items in the plain-text proposal:
Title for the presentation;
An abstract of the presentation (no more than 200 words);
Name, affiliation, and email address of the speaker;
A short biography of the speaker.
You will get a notification of acceptance in 10 working days, then you can start preparing your slides.
No copyright transfer. You keep the copyright of your presentation, so you can feel free to reuse it in part or in whole for other occasions.
Do not take the "Industry Forums" too literally. You are not an industry person? It doesn't matter at all. Speakers from academia, industry and government are all welcome.
Proposal Submission Deadline: Nov 1, 2013
Notification of Acceptance: 10 working days after your submission
Conference Dates: Dec 2-6, 2013
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
To be included in the ICCVE 2013 Conference Program, a speaker of an accepted presentation is required to register for the conference at the FULL or LIMITED (member or non-member) rate. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to confirming the presentation details that will be printed in the conference program booklet.
For prospective session chairs: If you want to organize a session by yourself, please discuss your thought with us (email@example.com). A proposal for a session is a commitment to cover the specific topic of interest with 4-6 speakers, if accepted.