The third IEEE MTT-S 2017 International Conference on Microwaves for Intelligent Mobility (ICMIM2017) will be held on 19-21 March, 2017 in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. This conference covers a broad range of topics that enable intelligent mobile systems through RF/microwave/millimeterwave components, circuits and systems. Potential applications include cognitive and autonomous automobiles and robots, wireless communications between automobiles and industrial machines. ICMIM2017 is sponsored by IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society.
The hub of the Aichi region, Nagoya is Japan's fourth-largest city after Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka, and one of the nation's major economic centers. In terms of manufacturing, it is home to automaking giants Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi Motors. In this region, the historical samurai and ninja culture has evolved, and now it is the center of automobile manufacturing and aircraft manufacturing industry in Japan.
• Mar. 1, 2017
WiFi access at conference: Eduroam is available, as well as standard campus internet WiFi.
• Feb. 23, 2017
Presentation Guidelines and Technical Program are updated.
• Dec. 30, 2016
Advance program uploaded.
• Dec. 7, 2016
A new invited talk on LTE V2X is added.(Click here)
• Nov. 16, 2016
Call for University Exhibits
As a special event for ICMIM2017, we have decided to offer special exhibition spaces, free of charge, to laboratories/research groups in universities, who want to demonstrate their activities and achievements related to intelligent mobility. Please contact Dr. Takuo Kashiwa (Publicity/Exhibition Chair). for more information.
• Nov. 13, 2016
One more invited talk confirmed. (Click here)
• Nov. 4, 2016
Deadline for paper submission extended to Nov. 11
• Nov. 2, 2016
Two more invited talks confirmed. (Click here)
• Sep. 30, 2016
Paper submission site is now open.
• Sep. 19, 2016
Speakers from Toyota, Nissan, and Honda identified to give keynote speeches and invited talks on their progresses for autonomous driving.
Another invited talk has been confirmed.
• Mr. T. von der Grün, Fraunhofer IIS,
”Wireless Tracking for Dynamic Team Sport Application”
• Aug. 24, 2016
The following invited talks have been additionally confirmed. (All titles are tentative. More details to be provided later) More invited talks to come.
• Prof. Takashi Ohira, Toyohashi Univ. of Technology,
“Battery-Less Electric Roadway Vehicle Runs for the First Time in the World”
• Prof. Gabriel M. Rebeiz, UCSD,
“Advances in Automotive Phased-Array Radars”
• Prof. N. Suganuma, Univ. of Kanazawa,
”Self-driving vehicle will change the future of mobility in depopulated areas in Japan”
• Aug. 5, 2016
The following keynote speeches and invited talks have been confirmed so far. (All titles are tentative.)
• Cabinet Office, Government of Japan,
“Overview and Update on Japanese National SIP Program for Automated Driving”
• MIC (Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications),
“Japanese Strategy/Plans on ITS-related Frequency Regulations and Coordination”
• Mr. Yamazaki, Hitachi Construction Machinery,
“Communication-based Autonomous Operation of Mining Trucks”
• Major Auto manufacturers,
“Latest Updates on Autonomous Driving Technologies”
• Jul. 12, 2016
Accommodation information is updated.
1. Cabinet Office, Government of Japan,
“Japan SIP project for Automated Driving”
2. Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications,
“Connected Cars and ITS”
3. Toyohashi Univ. of Tech., Denso & Soken,
“Wireless Powered Automatic Inventory Control and Delivery System (live demo)”
Call for Papers
Authors are invited to submit their contributions for review electronically. We accept papers of 3-4 pages in pdf-format. Papers will be presented in either oral or poster sessions. All papers must be written in clear, idiomatic English.
All submissions must be received by 4 November, 2016.
Below you find the call for papers as a pdf document download:
The proceedings of the conference will be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library. IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference, including IEEE Xplore® Digital Library, if the paper is not presented by the author at the conference. For each paper, it is required that at least one author registers for the conference. Papers without any author registered will not be included in the conference program.