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ASNT 2014 will be the most comprehensive conference focused on the various aspects of advances in Automotive Science and Technology . This Conference provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of Automotive Science and Technology. Furthermore, we expect that the conference and its publications will be a trigger for further related research and technology improvements in this important subject.

The goal of this conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Automotive Science and Technology .

The complete list of topics will be updated some times later. Please check the Call for Papers section at http://www.conferen.org/ASNT2014/

Topics of Conference

The main topics include but will not be limited to: (Excellent surveying works in these areas are welcome, too.)

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Advances in Powertrain Control for Reduced Emissions
Aerodynamics
Alternative Drivetrains
Alternative Propulsion
Applications and user interfaces for inter-vehicle communication
Assistive Mobility Systems
Assistive technology in the vehicular context
Automated Vehicles
Automotive Technology and Management
Automotive User Interface
Automotive user interface frameworks and toolkits
Autonomous / Intelligent Robotic Vehicles
Aviation Management
Biofuels BiorefineriesBiofuel Standards
Biometrics and physiological sensors as a user interface component
Clean Use of Fossil Fuels
Collision Avoidance
Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems
Current Energy Balances
Detecting and estimating user intentions
Detecting/measuring driver distraction and estimating cognitive load
Development methods and tools for automotive user interfaces
Diesel Engine Development, Durability and Emissions
different user groups and user group characteristics
Driver State and Intent Recognition
Driving safety research using real vehicles and simulator studies
Eco-driving and Energy-Efficient Vehicles
Electric and Hybrid Technologies
Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
Electronic Transport
Emerging Diesel Technologies
Energy Crops, Feedstock and Sustainability
Energy Laws, Legislations and Practices
Energy Policies
Energy Security and Sustainability
Evaluation and benchmarking of in-car user interfaces
Fossil Fuel Technologies of Today and Future Prospects
Further Carbon Reductions Possibilities and Challenges
Future Prospects for Bioenergy Technologies
Gasoline Engine Development, Durability and Emissions
General automotive user experience research
Heavy Vehicle Systems
Human Factors and HMI
Human Factors Modelling and Simulation
Image, Radar, Lidar Signal Processing
Impact on Traffic Flows
Improvement of Energy Efficiency
In-car gaming and entertainment
In-car speech and audio user interfaces
Information Fusion
In-situ studies of automotive user interface approaches
Intelligent Ground, Air and Space Vehicles
Intelligent Vehicle
Intelligent Vehicle Software Infrastructure
Intermodal Transportation Research
Kyoto Protocol and Carbon Trade
Low-Emission Refineries, CCD Retrofitting
Methods and tools for automotive user interface research
Multimedia interfaces for in-car entertainment
Multi-modal in-car user interfaces
New concepts for in-car user interfaces
New Generation of Fossil Fuels Conversion
Non-conventional Sources of Fossil Fuels
Novel Interfaces and Displays
Ocean Systems Management
Pedestrian Protection
Powertrains
Regulations to Limit the Use of Liquid Fuels
Scenarios for the Green Future
Sensors and context for interactive experiences in the car
Shipping and Transport Logistics
Subliminal techniques for workload reduction
Telematics
Text input and output while driving
User interfaces for information access while driving
User interfaces for navigation or route guidance
V2I / V2V Communication
Vehicle Autonomous Systems
Vehicle Control
Vehicle Design
Vehicle Environment Perception
Vehicle Information and Communication Systems
Vehicle Noise and Vibration
Vehicle Performance
Vehicle Safety
Vehicle Systems Modelling and Testing
Vehicles of the Future
Vehicular Safety, Active and Passive




 

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