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Debugging registration issue (#190)



* Increased the size of the index logos
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* Adding resgistration link in registration.yml file
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* Adding the registration link on the header
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* Adding missing registration links
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* Adding missing registration links-2
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* Flat the agenda to see both keynotes
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* Flat the agenda to see both keynotes-2
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* Flat the agenda to see both keynotes-3
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ hide_breadcrumb: true
container: "container-fluid saam-2021-event"
summary: "The Eclipse SAAM Mobility 2021 virtual conference, June 15-16, will bring together industry experts and researchers working on innovative software and systems solutions for the next generation of mobility, especially focusing on Security and Privacy, Artificial Intelligence, Architecture, Modelling and related challenges."
layout: single
links: [[href: "cfp.pdf",text: "Call for Papers"],[href: "https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=esaamm2021#",text: "Submit a Paper"]]
links: [[href: "cfp.pdf",text: "Call for Papers"],[href: "https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=esaamm2021#",text: "Submit a Paper"],[href: "https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eclipse-saam-mobility-2021-tickets-147743604097",text: "Register"]]
---
<!-- Introduction -->
{{< grid/section-container id="registration" class="featured-section-row featured-section-row-lighter-bg">}}
......@@ -136,6 +136,20 @@ The Technical Program Committee is an independent panel of expert volunteers and
{{</ grid/section-container >}}
[//]: # (Register)
{{< grid/section-container class="featured-section-row" isMarkdown="false">}}
{{< grid/div class="margin-top-30" isMarkdown="false">}}
{{< grid/div class="col-xs-24 col-sm-8 col-sm-offset-2 text-center" isMarkdown="false">}}
{{< bootstrap/button linkClass="btn-primary btn-wide" href="cfp.pdf">}}Call for Paper{{</bootstrap/button>}}
{{</ grid/div >}}
{{< grid/div class="col-xs-24 col-sm-8 col-sm-offset-4 text-center" isMarkdown="false">}}
{{< bootstrap/button linkClass="btn-primary btn-wide" href="ttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/eclipse-saam-mobility-2021-tickets-147743604097">}}Register{{</bootstrap/button>}}
{{</ grid/div >}}
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{{</ grid/section-container >}}
[//]: # (Organizing Committee)
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......@@ -6,94 +6,100 @@ types:
- name: Session
id: session
color: "#ED7D31"
- name: Day
id: day
color: "#FF0000"
- name: Staff
id: staff
color: "#FFFFFF"
sets:
items:
- name: Day 1 -- Tuesday, June 15
items:
type: day
- name: 'Introduction and Welcome'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 13:00 - 13:10
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Introduction and Welcome'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 13:00 - 13:10
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Mobility of the Future and Open Collaboration A good Idea?'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#andreas_riexinger">Andreas Riexinger</a>
type: keynote
time: 13:10 - 13:40
abstract: |
<p>Our world is changing, and the change is visible everywhere. More than 50% of the population is living in
cities and the cities are growing. More and more goods and people need to be transported, bringing the
traffic infrastructure to its limits. Increasing pollution and noise levels bringing the environment to its
limits. <br/>
To counter this, a transformation of the mobility is needed, who has already started, powered by new
technologies and services. The mobility of the future will be electrified, connected, personalized,
automated and software defined.<br/>
Software is more and more dominating our daily life, also in the automotive world. Almost every
function in the vehicle is defined by software. Autonomous Driving solutions introduce a new complexity
into the development of embedded systems in the vehicle. This complexity rises with each level of
control and autonomy of the automated driving systems and you need deeper expertise and more
software. Software is more and more becoming an important differentiator for autonomous vehicles.
Increasing embedded software complexity with an increase in level of automation is putting new
demands on the existing tools and frameworks. Instead of solving these challenges alone, partnering in
non-differentiating areas and collaborating is the path forward.</p>
- name: 'Mobility of the Future and Open Collaboration A good Idea?'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#andreas_riexinger">Andreas Riexinger</a>
type: keynote
time: 13:10 - 13:40
abstract: |
<p>Our world is changing, and the change is visible everywhere. More than 50% of the population is living in
cities and the cities are growing. More and more goods and people need to be transported, bringing the
traffic infrastructure to its limits. Increasing pollution and noise levels bringing the environment to its
limits. <br/>
To counter this, a transformation of the mobility is needed, who has already started, powered by new
technologies and services. The mobility of the future will be electrified, connected, personalized,
automated and software defined.<br/>
Software is more and more dominating our daily life, also in the automotive world. Almost every
function in the vehicle is defined by software. Autonomous Driving solutions introduce a new complexity
into the development of embedded systems in the vehicle. This complexity rises with each level of
control and autonomy of the automated driving systems and you need deeper expertise and more
software. Software is more and more becoming an important differentiator for autonomous vehicles.
Increasing embedded software complexity with an increase in level of automation is putting new
demands on the existing tools and frameworks. Instead of solving these challenges alone, partnering in
non-differentiating areas and collaborating is the path forward.</p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
type: session
time: 13:40 - 17:00
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
type: session
time: 13:40 - 17:00
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion'
presenter: Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 17:00 - 17:30
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion'
presenter: Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 17:00 - 17:30
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: Day 2 -- Wednesday, June 16
items:
type: day
- name: 'Summary and updates'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 9:00 - 9:10
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'The Importance of Open Simulators and AI in a Changing Mobility Landscape'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#robert_hilbrich">Robert Hilbrich</a>
type: keynote
time: 9:10 - 9:40
abstract: |
<p>The mobility landscape is undergoing significant changes. More and more mobility providers compete
for customers with their own mobility services. Traditional public transport, demand responsive transport,
taxis, car sharing, ride pooling, bike sharing, e-scooters, … the available modes of transport in cities
are becoming increasingly heterogeneous and confusing. At the same time, significant changes to the landscape
are induced by the effects of the global pandemic. They may lead to even more drastic changes in the mobility
demand.</p>
<p>How to tame the complexity of this landscape and fight the climate change without neglecting mobility as a
fundamental human need is an open - albeit essential - question.</p>
<p>In this talk, we will examine the changes in the mobility landscape and look at the role of two important
players in this discussion: open simulators and artificial intelligence. What do they bring to the table
in order to tackle the rising complexity? How can they be applied to improve the transportation system in
a city? The Eclipse SUMO project is used as an example to illustrate how to build digital twins of smart cities.
Moreover, results from recent research projects are used to discuss the effectiveness and efficiency of applying
artificial intelligence to optimize transportation systems.</p>
- name: 'Summary and updates'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 9:00 - 9:10
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'The Importance of Open Simulators and AI in a Changing Mobility Landscape'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#robert_hilbrich">Robert Hilbrich</a>
type: keynote
time: 9:10 - 9:40
abstract: |
<p>The mobility landscape is undergoing significant changes. More and more mobility providers compete
for customers with their own mobility services. Traditional public transport, demand responsive transport,
taxis, car sharing, ride pooling, bike sharing, e-scooters, … the available modes of transport in cities
are becoming increasingly heterogeneous and confusing. At the same time, significant changes to the landscape
are induced by the effects of the global pandemic. They may lead to even more drastic changes in the mobility
demand.</p>
<p>How to tame the complexity of this landscape and fight the climate change without neglecting mobility as a
fundamental human need is an open - albeit essential - question.</p>
<p>In this talk, we will examine the changes in the mobility landscape and look at the role of two important
players in this discussion: open simulators and artificial intelligence. What do they bring to the table
in order to tackle the rising complexity? How can they be applied to improve the transportation system in
a city? The Eclipse SUMO project is used as an example to illustrate how to build digital twins of smart cities.
Moreover, results from recent research projects are used to discuss the effectiveness and efficiency of applying
artificial intelligence to optimize transportation systems.</p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
type: session
time: 9:40 - 12:40
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
type: session
time: 9:40 - 12:40
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion and close'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja and Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 12:40 - 13:00
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion and close'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja and Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 12:40 - 13:00
abstract: |
<p></p>
complete: false
types:
- name: Keynote
id: keynote
color: "#00FF00"
- name: Session
id: session
color: "#ED7D31"
sets:
- name: Day 1 -- Tuesday, June 15
items:
- name: 'Introduction and Welcome'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 13:00 - 13:10
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Mobility of the Future and Open Collaboration A good Idea?'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#andreas_riexinger">Andreas Riexinger</a>
type: keynote
time: 13:10 - 13:40
abstract: |
<p>Our world is changing, and the change is visible everywhere. More than 50% of the population is living in
cities and the cities are growing. More and more goods and people need to be transported, bringing the
traffic infrastructure to its limits. Increasing pollution and noise levels bringing the environment to its
limits. <br/>
To counter this, a transformation of the mobility is needed, who has already started, powered by new
technologies and services. The mobility of the future will be electrified, connected, personalized,
automated and software defined.<br/>
Software is more and more dominating our daily life, also in the automotive world. Almost every
function in the vehicle is defined by software. Autonomous Driving solutions introduce a new complexity
into the development of embedded systems in the vehicle. This complexity rises with each level of
control and autonomy of the automated driving systems and you need deeper expertise and more
software. Software is more and more becoming an important differentiator for autonomous vehicles.
Increasing embedded software complexity with an increase in level of automation is putting new
demands on the existing tools and frameworks. Instead of solving these challenges alone, partnering in
non-differentiating areas and collaborating is the path forward.</p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
type: session
time: 13:40 - 17:00
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion'
presenter: Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 17:00 - 17:30
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: Day 2 -- Wednesday, June 16
items:
- name: 'Summary and updates'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 9:00 - 9:10
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'The Importance of Open Simulators and AI in a Changing Mobility Landscape'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#robert_hilbrich">Robert Hilbrich</a>
type: keynote
time: 9:10 - 9:40
abstract: |
<p>The mobility landscape is undergoing significant changes. More and more mobility providers compete
for customers with their own mobility services. Traditional public transport, demand responsive transport,
taxis, car sharing, ride pooling, bike sharing, e-scooters, … the available modes of transport in cities
are becoming increasingly heterogeneous and confusing. At the same time, significant changes to the landscape
are induced by the effects of the global pandemic. They may lead to even more drastic changes in the mobility
demand.</p>
<p>How to tame the complexity of this landscape and fight the climate change without neglecting mobility as a
fundamental human need is an open - albeit essential - question.</p>
<p>In this talk, we will examine the changes in the mobility landscape and look at the role of two important
players in this discussion: open simulators and artificial intelligence. What do they bring to the table
in order to tackle the rising complexity? How can they be applied to improve the transportation system in
a city? The Eclipse SUMO project is used as an example to illustrate how to build digital twins of smart cities.
Moreover, results from recent research projects are used to discuss the effectiveness and efficiency of applying
artificial intelligence to optimize transportation systems.</p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
type: session
time: 9:40 - 12:40
abstract: |
<p></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion and close'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja and Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 12:40 - 13:00
abstract: |
<p></p>
......@@ -3,3 +3,7 @@ end_text: "Eclipse SAAM Mobility 2021 is now over. Watch this space for links to
links:
- url: /code-of-conduct/
text: Code of Conduct
- url: https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=esaamm2021#
text: Submit a Paper
- url: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eclipse-saam-mobility-2021-tickets-147743604097
text: Register
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