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Special Session: Maritime Traffic Control (水路交通控制)

Introduction: Maritime traffic control serves as a robust assurance for the safe and efficient operation of systems, environmentally friendly and intelligent transportation equipment, and the construction, maintenance, and operation of infrastructure. This topic presents the content of maritime traffic control, including ship motion control, ship formation coordination control, robust control, etc.

Session Chair: Guoqing Zhang, Dalian Maritime University, China

Guoqing Zhang has long been engaged in research on ship motion control, robust control, and related areas. Integrating the national maritime power strategy and the demands of intelligent ship equipment development, he emphasizes the resolution of information asymmetry issues in maritime equipment engineering during the navigation process. His primary objective is to elevate the level of intelligent navigation technology for large vessels. Recently, his research efforts have been primarily focused on the crucial investigation of key control technologies for intelligent navigation equipment on large ships within the context of industrial control environments.


Special Session: Intelligent Sensing Technology (智能感知)

Introduction: Intelligent sensing technology aims to enable computer systems to perceive and comprehend their surrounding environment much like humans. By leveraging various sensors and data sources, intelligent sensing technology can gather, process, and interpret information from the physical world. This information can encompass images, sounds, videos, location data, and more.

Session Chair: Feng Ma, Intelligent Transportation Systems Research Center, Wuhan University of Technology, China

Feng Ma is a distinguished Researcher at Wuhan University of Technology, with a profound focus on extensive research in fields such as image processing, intelligent maritime vessels, reinforcement learning, and waterborne aircraft. With an illustrious career, he has effectively led and supervised the implementation of more than 10 national key R&D initiatives, along with projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation and provincial-level departments. His intellectual contributions shine through with the publication of over 30 scholarly papers, the acquisition of more than 10 patented innovations, and the recognition of rights for more than 10 software works. His remarkable research achievements have garnered recognition and accolades at both provincial and ministerial levels, as well as within the industry.


Special Session: Unmanned System Technology(无人系统技术)

Introduction: Unmanned system technology mainly includes unmanned system platform technology, automatic control technology, information technology, as well as new applications of artificial intelligence, communication, sensors and other technologies in the field of unmanned systems. Furthermore, it also includes autonomous technology for unmanned systems, collaborative technology, cross domain synchronization technology, intelligent unmanned system ethics, and their relationship with manned systems.

Session Chair: Yuanchang Liu, London's Global University, UK

Yuanchang Liu (Member, IEEE) received the M.Sc. degree in power systems engineering and the Ph.D. degree in marine control engineering from the University College London, London, U.K., in 2011 and 2016, respectively.,He was a Research Fellow in robotic vision and autonomous vehicles with Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey, funded by UK Space Agency. He is currently a Lecturer with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College London. His research interests include automation and autonomy, mainly focusing on the exploration of technologies for sensing and perception, and guidance and control of intelligent and autonomous vehicles.


Special Session: Security Assurance Technology (安全保障技术)

Introduction: Security assurance technology is a form of technology designed to safeguard individuals, property, and information from various threats and risks. These threats and risks can arise from natural disasters, human activities, technical vulnerabilities, malicious behaviors, and other factors. The primary objective of security assurance technology is to mitigate potential dangers, prevent accidents and incidents, and minimize the extent of damage when unavoidable situations occur. This technology finds application across various domains, including but not limited to areas such as transportation and transit safety, as well as network and information security.

Session Chair: Junmin Mou, Wuhan University of Technology, China

Junmin Mou is a professor and doctoral supervisor of School of Navigation, Wuhan University Of Technology. He is engaged in research on maritime navigational safety issues and is dedicated to utilizing advanced scientific technology and theory to enhance the reliability of maritime transportation safety in China. He has accumulated significant research achievements in areas such as ship maneuvering simulation, quantification of ship accident mechanisms, design of port navigational safety indicator systems, and AIS data mining.


Special Session: Road Traffic Safety(道路交通安全)

Introduction: Road traffic safety encompasses a series of measures and principles aimed at safeguarding the lives and properties of individuals traveling and walking on roadways. It encompasses the safety of traffic participants, vehicles, and road infrastructure. The primary objective of road traffic safety is to minimize the occurrence of traffic accidents and prevent the resulting loss of life and property damage.

Session Chair: Nengchao Lv, Intelligent Transportation Systems Research Center, Wuhan University of Technology, China

Nengchao Lv is a joint Ph.D. candidate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States. He holds positions as an Associate Researcher, Ph.D. supervisor, and a distinguished young talent at Wuhan University of Technology's Intelligent Transportation Systems Research Center. He is also recognized as a young technological talent in the field of transportation and logistics. His research expertise encompasses road traffic safety, intelligent highways, driver assistance systems, and the human factors of autonomous driving. Nengchao  Lv has led three projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation, one under the National Key Technology R&D Program, and two at the provincial and ministerial levels. Additionally, he has spearheaded nearly 20 projects related to road traffic safety and informatization. He has authored over 80 research papers, holds more than 20 patents or software copyrights, and has been honored with awards including the first prize for technological invention in Hubei Province.

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