Associate Professor Gong Siyuan from our base was invited to participate in the 23rd International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory (ISTTT) held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology from July 23rd to 26th, 2019.
The ISTTT is recognized as the highest level conference in the international transportation sector. The conference is held every 2-3 years, with less than 36 papers selected for each session and invited to be the conference report. This session coincided with the 60th anniversary of the establishment of ISTTT, and the conference only accepted 33 articles.
Associate Professor Gong Siyuan gave a conference report entitled "Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control for Connected Autonomous Vehicles by Factoring Communication-Related Constraints". This paper was jointly completed by Prof. Gong Siyuan, an associate professor of our base, Professor Srinivas Peeta of the Georgia Institute of Technology, and his doctoral students Wang Chaojie and Zhou Anzhen, as well as Li Tao, a master student at Purdue University. This is the first time a paper has been accepted by ISTTT and invited to be a conference report.
Associate Professor Gong Siyuan delivered a speech at the conference