The 2023 IEEE ITSS R8 Chapters Meeting, held in Berlin, Germany, from November 30th to December 1st, was a resounding success, bringing together industry experts, academics, and enthusiasts passionate about intelligent transportation systems. The event, coordinated by IEEE ITSS R8 Chapters from Austria, Cyprus, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Tunisia, aimed to bridge the gap between academia and industry, showcase technological innovations, and inspire participants with the latest developments in various domains, including perception, SLAM, traffic modeling, and high levels of vehicles’ autonomy.
A Global Gathering
One of the key highlights of the event was its global appeal. Attendees from different corners of the world converged in Berlin to exchange ideas and knowledge. This international collaboration is at the heart of the IEEE ITSS mission to advance the field of intelligent transportation systems.
Rich Program and Knowledge Exchange
The program was packed with exciting sessions, featuring keynote presentations from renowned professionals, technical discussions, expert panel talks, and ample networking opportunities. These sessions provided a platform for participants to delve into the latest trends and discoveries in the field while fostering meaningful connections with peers.
The 2023 IEEE ITSS R8 Chapters Meeting also aimed to encourage active participation from individuals interested in ITSS-related topics. To this end, the fellowship opportunity was made available, offering financial support to those eager to present their work and engage with experts in the field. Eligible applicants had the chance to have their travel expenses covered, up to $700 USD. Students at German universities (at the bachelor, master, or PhD level) were also offered a special travel fellowship of $200 USD, with no IEEE ITSS membership requirement. This support was a testament to the event’s commitment to nurturing talent and facilitating meaningful contributions from all corners of the academic spectrum.
The 2023 IEEE ITSS R8 Chapters Meeting in Berlin was a testament to the vibrant and dynamic community of intelligent transportation systems enthusiasts. It successfully achieved its goal of fostering collaboration, promoting diversity, and inspiring innovation in the field. As the event wrapped up, participants left with new insights, valuable connections, and a shared vision for the future of intelligent transportation systems.
Stay tuned for future updates and mark your calendars for upcoming IEEE ITSS events, where the spirit of collaboration and innovation continues to thrive.