Opening Remarks

01_Brief Introduction to the Symposium and the Special Issue on Safety of ICVs

Jaeyoung Lee, Executive Chair, Central South University, China

03_Speech on Recent Trends of Academic Journal Publications

Ms. Joice Jiang, Publisher, Elsevier, China

02_Congratulatory Remarks

Mr. Zhongyin Mao, ITS International Cooperation Consultant, China

04_Speech on Academic Development History of the Fifty Years and Future Directions of Accident Analysis & Prevention

Helai Huang, Conference Chair & Editor-in-Chief of the Accident Analysis & Prevention, Central South University, China

Section 1: Driving behavior of ICVs and safety assessment (Moderator: Dr. Jaeyoung Lee)

05_Integration of automated vehicles in mixed traffic: Evaluating changes in performance of following human-driven vehicles
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA

06_The impact of the connected environment on driving behavior and safety: A driving simulator study
Md. Mazharul Haque, Queensland University of Technology, Australia 

07_An examination of teen drivers’ car-following behavior under naturalistic driving conditions: With and without an advanced driving assistance system
Shan Bao, University of Michigan, USA

08_Development and application of connected vehicle technology test platform based on driving simulator: Case study
Haijian Li, Beijing University of Technology, China

09_A comparative study of state-of-the-art driving strategies for autonomous vehicles
Li Li, Tsinghua University, China

Section 2: ICV evaluation, risk perception and warning strategies (Moderator: Dr. Md. Mazharul Haque)

10_Rear-end collision warning of connected automated vehicles based on a novel stochastic local multivehicle optimal velocity model
Jianghui Wen, Wuhan University of Technology, China

12_Risk perception and the warning strategy based on safety potential field theory
Linheng Li, Southeast University, China

14_The adaptability and challenges of autonomous vehicles to pedestrians in urban China
Ke Wang, Chongqing University, China 

11_An integrated architecture for intelligence evaluation of automated vehicles
Heye Huang (Jianqiang Wang), Tsinghua University, China 

13_Exploring drivers’ mental workload and visual demand while using an in-vehicle HMI for eco-safe driving
Xiaomeng Li, Queensland University of Technology, Australia