Call for Papers - Special Issue of "Intelligent Transportation Systems and Mobile Communication for Realizing Smart Cities"

Call for papers - Special issue of "Intelligent Transportation Systems and Mobile Communication for Realizing Smart Cities"

December 3, 2018
Updated on March 27, 2019
Editorial Committee of the Journal of Information Processing

 Journal of Information Processing (JIP) is pleased to announce the call for papers for a special issue of “Intelligent Transportation Systems and Mobile Communication for Realizing Smart Cities”.

 A smart city is a municipality that utilizes cutting-edge technologies such as IT and environmental technology to realize a safe, secure and comfortable life. Currently, significant research effort is made to realize such a sustainable social system that is efficient, friendly to both human and environment. The research topics spread over various fields such as transportation systems, infrastructure, energy and medical care, and research topics might include autonomous demand buses, improving efficiency of logistics by platooning of trucks, cooperation between charging systems of electric vehicles and solar power generation, and supporting elderly by wearable devices, for example.
 In the special issue of “Intelligent Transportation Systems and Mobile Communication toward Super Smart Society,” the program committee especially seeks paper submissions in these areas, as follows.
・Mobile Computing System (Architecture, Protocol, Management, Security)
・Sensor Network, Information Appliance / Home Network, Ad-hoc Network
・Communication Medium (5G Cellular, LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, IrDA, DSRC, Digital Broadcasting, etc.)
・Mobile / Pervasive / Ubiquitous / Wearable Computing
・Mobile Agent, Mobile Web Service
・Mobile Application, RFID Tag
・Intelligent Transportation System, Autonomous Cars
・Geometry Information System, Location Aware Service
・HMI, High Performance Handheld Devices, Electronic Settlement, Security, QoS, OS
・Transportation Management (Supply Chain Management, Traffic Estimation and Prediction System)
・Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
・Image Processing (Lane Departure Warning System, Object Recognition, Traffic Flow Observation)
・Ubiquitous / Internet Intelligent Transportation System
 Not only papers about the above topics but also papers relevant to intelligent transportation system and mobile computing topics will be welcome. We invite Prof. Saito at Kanazawa Institute of Technology as the guest editor for this special issue.

Journal of Information Processing (JIP) is currently encouraging more submissions from outside of Japan.
The publication fee of any accepted papers will not be charged if all the authors of the paper belong to institutes outside Japan.

Submission Guidelines

(1) All papers must be submitted electronically. Please access the following URL and proceed under the submission instructions:

Once you have submitted your manuscript, you cannot change it.
So, you must submit the final version of your manuscript.
If, by mistake, you submitted a wrong version, please contact the IPSJ secretariat <> (Replace -at- with @).

In the event you would like to make a submission, you must first create an account on the paper submission Web page. For detailed information, please refer to the manual available from the link “Instructions & Forms” at the top of the submission page.

(2) All papers will be reviewed. The review process will be carried out in the same manner as regular issues. However, you have shorter time than usual (eight weeks) for preparation of your responses to inquiries.

(3) Submission deadline is March 29, 2019 April 5, 2019. *Deadline extended

(4) The special issue will be published on the J-Stage website in January, 2020. Preprint will be published on the IPSJ Journal in January, 2020.

(5) The Editorial Committee of This Special Issue
Editor in-Chief: Masashi SAITO (Kanazawa Institute of Technology).
Editorial Board: Naoki SHIBATA (Nara Institute of Science and Technology).
Editorial Committee: Masaaki NORO (Fujitsu Laboratory), Suhua TANG (The Univ. of Electro-Communications), Susumu ISHIHARA (Shizuoka Univ.), Akira KAWAI (Shiga Univ.), Shuhei YAMAGUCHI (KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.,), Takeshi AKATSUKA (Nissan), Shigemi ISHIDA (Kyushu Univ.), Hisatomo HANABUSA (i-Transport Lab), Yukihiro KAWAMATA (Hitachi), Satoshi MAKIDO (Toyota Central R & D Labs), Katsuhiko KAJI (Aichi Institute of Technology), Morihiko TAMAI (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International), Hitomi TAKAHASHI (IBM Japan), Yusuke GOTOH (Okayama Univ.), Kei HIROI (Nagoya Univ.), Ren OMURA (Toyohashi Univ. of Technology), Hidekazu SUZUKI (Meijo Univ.), Kazuya MURAO (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Akira UCHIYAMA (Osaka Univ.), Akihiro SATOH (Kyushu Institute of Technology), Tomoharu IMAI (Fujitsu Laboratory), Takuya YOSHIHIRO (Wakayama Univ.), Takaaki UMEDU (Shiga Univ.), Yuichi TOKUNAGA (Kanazawa Institute of Technology).