Here you can find the list of workshops for IV 2022.

Workshop/Tutorial submission

The deadline for Workshop Paper has been extended by one week. March 15th was the final deadline.

As traditional in the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, IV’22 will organize a Workshops/Tutorials (W/T) day covering emerging hot topics in Intelligent Vehicles arena, on topics related to the general scope of the conference. The spirit of IV’22 W/T day is to provide a timing set-up for exchanging and discussing around the cutting edge of science and technology on intelligent vehicles. Tutorials are meant to be on the pragmatic side, with exercises, actual tools and products revision, and alike.

The workshops and tutorials will take place on June 5th, 2022.

You are invited to submit a proposal for a workshop or a tutorial on a research topic of interest to IV attendees.


A workshop may consist of a number of presentations of peer reviewed and accepted papers and, possibly, peer reviewed poster presentations or invited talks without paper submission. The submitted papers should be based on original research, work under development and experiments relating to the workshop topic.

A tutorial maybe more flexible in order to demonstrate tools, teach techniques etc.  They can be a first introduction into a topic assuming no prior knowledge, or advanced tutorials for practitioners.

Important Dates
Proposal Acceptation/Rejection:
February 18th, 2022
Workshop papers submission deadline:
March 8th, 2022 March 15th, 2022
Acceptation/Rejection Notification:
April 22nd, 2022
Final paper submission:
May 1st, 2022

Submission Guidelines

Submit your proposal by sending an Email to the IV2022 W/T chair. All submissions should be in English as a single PDF file no longer than 4 (four) pages containing the following sections:

  • Title and Acronym
  • Workshop or tutorial
  • First time, or is this a W/T in a series? If new, motivate why it will attract an audience. If another one in a series, how many participants did you have last time? Will you change the set-up this time?
  • Abstract: 200 words summary of the W/T purpose.
  • Topics/keywords: What topics of interest will be covered by the workshop?
  • Workshop format: The intended mix of events, such as paper presentations, invited talks, panels, contributed papers as talks or as posters.
  • For tutorials: Who should attend? Describe expected prior knowledge required. Give learning outcome.
  • Chair(s): Name, affiliation, email address, homepage and short (one paragraph) biography of each chair, explaining the chair’s expertise in the workshop topic and experience in organizing relevant events.
  • Proposed Length: Half-day or full-day?

Accepted workshops are encouraged to prepare a workshop web page containing their call for papers and detailed information about the workshop organization. Workshop papers are submitted in the same way as conference papers, but with a slightly later deadline. For quality reasons, the workshop papers are reviewed under the same procedure as the conference papers and they will also be published in the proceeding together with the conference papers. IV’22 local chairs will assist with the local organization of the workshop, the workshop organizers will be responsible for publicity of their workshop.

Workshops/Tutorials Chair

Javier J. Sanchez-Medina,
Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain,

Submission and Registration

For those contributing in the workshops and tutorials, the following rules applies for the registration:

  • Invited speakers do not submit any paper. They have free registration to the workshop day but not to the rest of the conference.
  • Organizers have free registration fee to the workshop day but not to the rest of the conference.
  • Authors of accepted workshop papers will have their paper published in the conference proceeding. At least one author needs to be registered for the workshop and the conference.
  • Tutorial organizers have free registration to the tutorial day but not to the conference.

Call for Paper