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Thursday, Feb 27     
  8:00-9:00 Light Breakfast
  9:00-9:10 Welcome Remarks
  9:10-9:55 Keynote Speech 1: Delivering Value from Connectivity across the Vehicle Lifecycle
Session Chair: Weisong Shi
Speaker:  Charlene Chu 
(Vice President of Connected Services, Aptiv)
  9:55-10:40 Keynote Speech 2: Driving Performance Evaluation with Autonomous Vehicles
Session Chair: Dalong Li
Speaker:  Henry Liu 
(Director, Center for Connected and Automated Transportation, University of Michigan)
  10:40-10:55 Coffee Break
  10:55-12:25 Session I: Vision/Blue Sky Thinking
Session Chair: Chen Liu

1.  Safety First for Automated Driving: Safe Design Considerations for DNN - Deep Dive 
Dalong Li (FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles)

2.  A Vision of Smart Traffic Infrastructure for Traditional, Autonomous and Connected Vehicles 
Sanjay Ranka (University of Florida)

3.  Cyber-Human-Physical Heterogeneous Traffic Systems for Enhanced Safety 
Yunyi Jia, Beshah Ayalew (Clemson University)

  12:25-13:30 Lunch
  13:30-14:30 Panel :  The Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Communal Mobility
Moderator: Weisong Shi (Wayne State University)
Robert B. Dunne (EMS Medical Director, Detroit East Medical Control Authority),
Jamie Junior (COO at Warrior on Wheels for Metro Detroit/ MI LEND Fellow),
Jessica Robinson (Executive Director, Michigan Mobility Institute),
Mark de la Vergne (Chief of Mobility Innovation at City of Detroit),
  14:30-15:00 Keynote Speech 3: MDOT ITS Innovations
Session Chair: Zheng Dong
Speaker:  Elise Feldpausch 
(Connected Vehicle Technical Specialist, ITS Program Office, Michigan Department of Transportation)
  15:00-16:00 Session II: Challenges and Methodologies
Session Chair: Zhishan Guo

1.  Collaborative Autonomous Driving: Vision and Challenges 
Zheng Dong, Weisong Shi (Wayne State University), Guangmo Tong (University of Delaware) and Kecheng Yang (Texas State University)

2.  Accurate Object Detection in Smart Transportation Using Multiple Cameras 
Xu Ma, Zhinan Qiao, Qing Yang and Song Fu (University of North Texas)

3.  A Methodology of CAN Communication Encryption Using a shuffling algorithm 
Jeonghui Yeom and Sukhyun Seo (Korea Polytechnic University)

  16:00-18:00 Poster Session