IFPEN, Rueil-Malmaison - 30 September & 1st October 2019



The workshop was a forum for sharing and discussing ideas, focused on connected and automated vehicles for energy efficiency and environmental impact

Booklet of abstracts

Monday 30th September


Welcome and Opening addresses

X. Longaygue, A. Sciarretta and G. De Nunzio, IFPEN


The future of road transport and emerging issues from advanced vehicle technologies

B. Ciuffo, European Commission Joint Research Centre - Presentation


Effects of congestion on fuel consumption and how CAVs  can help improve the situation - a simulation-based approach

M. Treiber, TU Dresden - Presentation

Framework of Simulation and Impact Assessment of Connected and Automated Traffic

N.-E. El Faouzi, A. Ladino, IFSTTAR - Presentation


Mix Fleet Assignment of Hybrid and Electric Buses with Opportunity Charging

F. Viti, M. Rinaldi, University of Luxembourg - Presentation


Predictive routing and multi-objective fleet sizing for shared mobility-on-demand

J. Alonso-Mora, TU Delft - Presentation


Models of competition and cooperation in ridesourcing mobility

J. Monteil, IBM Research - Presentation


Learning to route

B. Yang, Aalborg University - Presentation

 Connected Vehicle Routing for Reducing Human Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution

 K. Boriboonsomsin, University of California Riverside - Presentation

A unified approach for electric vehicles range maximization via eco-routing, eco-driving, and  energy consumption prediction

G. De Nunzio, IFPEN - Presentation


Leveraging Connected Automated Vehicles to Reduce Transportation System Energy/Fuel Consumption

H. Rakha, Virginia Tech - Presentation


Traffic control for sustainable freeway networks

S. Siri, S. Sacone, University of Genova - Presentation

Traffic flow implications of autonomous and partially autonomous vehicles

M.L. Delle Monache, INRIA - Presentation coming soon



Tuesday 1st October


Improving the energy efficiency of road transportation with connectivity and automation

G. Orosz, University of Michigan - Presentation


Platooning and cooperative driving at freeway merges: impact on traffic flow and model based design

M. Wang, TU Delft - Presentation


Automated heavy-duty vehicle platooning and its influence on traffic

K. H. Johansson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology - Presentation coming soon


Connectivity and planning as enablers for optimal control of commercial vehicles

L. Eriksson, Linköping University - Presentation


Anticipative Guidance of Connected and Autonomous Cars for Energy Efficiency

A. Vahidi, Clemson University - Presentation


Complete Vehicle Energy Management with Eco-Driving

M.C.F. Donkers, Eindhoven University of Technology - Presentation


Powertrain-specific optimal eco-driving control for connected and automated vehicles

D. Karbowski, Argonne National Laboratory - Presentation


An Efficient Driving Scheme for a Partially Connected Vehicle Environment for Improving Traffic Performance

M.A.S Kamal, Gunma University - Presentation

Optimal vehicle operation under traffic conditions

 L. Del Re, Johannes Kepler University Linz - Presentation coming soon


Summary and Discussion