Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Transportation
(AI in Transportation)
Held in conjunction with CIKM 2019
November, 2019 - Beijing, China

Introduction

Data-enabled smart transportation has attracted a surge of interest from machine learning and data mining communities nowadays due to the bloom of online ride-hailing industry and rapid development of intelligent driving. Large-scale high quality route data and trading data (spatiotemporal data) have been generated every day, which makes AI a natural choice for the decision making in intelligent transportation systems. While a large of amount of work has been dedicated to traditional transportation problems, they are far from satisfactory for the rising need.

We propose a half-day workshop at CIKM 2019 for the professionals, researchers, and practitioners who are interested in mining and understanding big and heterogeneous data generated in transportation, and AI applications to improve the transportation system.

Schedule

To be announced

Keynotes

To be announced

Call For Paper

In this workshop, we invite professionals, researchers and technologists of all relevant fields to present the state-of-the-art development and applications, share their envisions about the future of intelligent transportation informatics.

The topics of interests include, but not limited to, the following aspects:

  • - Spatial-temporal analysis of transportation data
  • - Fusing social media data for intelligent transportation
  • - Human and traffic trajectory mining
  • - Agent-based transportation analysis
  • - Human mobility data mining
  • - Driver/passenger behavior modeling and analysis
  • - Destination suggestion and prediction
  • - Ride sharing and bike sharing
  • - Effective dispatching and resource allocation
  • - Automated POI discovery and classification
  • - Filtering and Recommending POI
  • - ETA and route planning
  • - Transportation in smart city
  • - Intelligent traffic light control
  • - Transportation and economy
  • - Demand and supply prediction
  • - Dynamic pricing tools for demand and supply balancing
  • - Energy consumption and sustainable transportation
  • - Transportation safety modeling and intervention
  • - Emergency and crisis response
  • - Visualizing transportation information

We encourage short papers (4 pages), poster papers (2 pages) and demo proposals (2 pages). Submissions of workshop papers must be in English, in PDF format, and should not exceed the appropriate length requirements in the current ACM two-column conference format. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this workshop. We will follow a single-blind process and submissions will be evaluated by the program committee based on the quality of the work and its fit to the workshop themes. All papers are to be submitted via EasyChair a link here .

For inquires about the workshop and submissions, please email to an email here

Important Dates

June 1, 2019: all invited keynotes and research talks are confirmed.

September 5, 2019: Workshop paper due. (Anywhere on Earth)

September 20, 2019: Workshop paper notifications.

To be announced: Workshop Day.

Notice: The date of Workshop paper due has been postponed to September 5, 2019.

Organizers

 
Weinan Zhang

Weinan Zhang

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 
Haiming Jin

Haiming Jin

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 
Lingyu Zhang

Lingyu Zhang

Didi Chuxing

 
 
Hongtu Zhu

Hongtu Zhu

Didi Chuxing

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 
Zhenhui Jessie Li

Zhenhui Jessie Li

Pennsylvania State University

 
Jieping Ye

Jieping Ye

Didi Chuxing

University of Michigan