BREAKOUT SESSION #17
Energy and Emissions Implications of Connected and Automated Vehicles
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 10 and 11, 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Room: Golden Gate 6
Dr. Dimitris Assanis, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Information & Decision Science Laboratory, University of Delaware
Dr. Avi Chaim Mersky, ORISE-Post-Doc, US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC, Risk and Decision Science
ADC70: TRB Standing Committee ADC70 on Transportation Energy
ADC70(3): TRB Subcommittee on Energy and Demand Implications of Connected & Automated Vehicles
The Organizing Committee of the Energy and Emissions Implications of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) plans a 2-part special breakout session and invites researchers, educators, government officials, industry professionals, community leaders and all others with technical expertise to submit abstracts to be considered for oral presentation (20 min with Q&A).
List of Topics
Topics can range in scope from the vehicle-level to the system-wide perspective and include but are not limited to the following themes:
Advances in enabling technologies for altruistic energy-efficient mobility systems
Innovations in propulsion system, vehicle, and infrastructure design for CAVs
Identification of baseline and transient energy and emissions profiles of CAVs
Implications of market adoption and consumer acceptance on energy and emissions of CAVs
Policy considerations for CAVs energy usage and emissions mitigation strategies.