IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence 2016

Special Session on

Computational Intelligence towards Intelligent Transport Systems

December 6-9, Athens, GREECE


Adaptive Urban Transport

Learning and Optimisation in Traffic Management

Learning Traffic Models for Simulation

Intelligent Analysis and Modelling of Transport related Air Quality

Adaptive Personal Mobility - Health and Wellbeing

Learning and Optimisation enabling Modal Shift

Adaptive and Optimised Supply Chain Management

Data Exploitation in ITS

Multi-objective optimisation in Intelligent Transport and Intelligent Mobility


Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) is a key field of research around mobility of people and goods. The term Intelligence in ITS mainly refers to innovation in methodologies and the creation of additional services rather than for actual intelligent algorithms and systems. Much of modern ITS technology was originally developed for use on roads, but ITS now covers the whole range of transportation systems. The past years have seen the development and deployment of ITS technologies around the world, increasing productivity, enhancing health, saving lives, time, costs and energy.

Many countries have invested massive public funds in research and technological development as the basis for urban and interurban implementation. They have also created their own ITS organisations to represent the industry, liaise with government, and share experience and best practice. Computational Intelligence plays a key roll in the next generation of Intelligent Transport Systems. Although there are many conferences related to ITS around the world, in this special session we will focus on the theoretical and technical aspects of these systems, specifically related to computational intelligence. The aim of this special session in Computational Intelligence towards Intelligent Transport Systems is to gather and focus high quality research papers that advance ITS, provide new insights and nourish new innovation in this growing field by means of advanced Computational Intelligence based techniques.



Dr. Enrique Dominguez

Dept. of Computer Science
University of Malaga (SPAIN)

Ben Passow

Dr. Benjamin Passow

School of Computer Science and Informatics
De Montfort University (UK)

Tamas Tettemanti

Dr. Tamás Tettamanti

Dept. of Control and Transport Automation
Budapest University of Technology and Economics (HUNGARY)

Lipika Deka

Dr. Lipika Deka

School of Computer Science and Informatics
De Montfort University (UK)

Important dates

Paper Submission
July 18, 2016
September 12, 2016
Early registration
October 10, 2016
December 6-9, 2016


Manuscripts should be prepared according to the standard format for IEEE papers (Latex and Word templates are provided to help ensure the correct formatting) and submitted online through the Easychair system. Papers submitted for this session will be peer-reviewed with the same criteria used for other contributed papers. All accepted papers in the special session will be included in the published conference proceedings.

Guidelines style:

  • Authors should submit Full papers, not just an Abstract.
  • Only papers in PDF format will be accepted.
  • Paper Length: Up to 8 pages, including figures, tables and references.
  • No page numbers please. We will insert the page numbers for you.