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Wednesday, October 18
12:10 p.m.

The Computer Science Department invites you to attend the upcoming Speaker Series presentation: "Scalable Modeling and SImulation of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications" by Mr. Nirav Trivedi (MITRE Corporation) on Wednesday, October 18 at 12:10 in the ISAT/CS 259.  

Mr. Trivedi has been a Lead Network and Distributed Systems Engineer at MITRE Corporation for the last 11 years.  He earned his B.S. and M.S in Computer Science from Purdue University and Johns Hopkins University respectively. 

Abstract of Mr. Trivedi's Talk

"The Department of Transportation (DoT) has planned the deployment of Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications which involves significant planning for determining bandwidth and latency requirements for different environments, for addressing information security and privacy risk concerns as well as for the development of public safety application built on top of the V2V infrastructure. These challenges cannot be addressed without accurately modeling the V2V communications at scale. In the absence of extensive live field data, synthetic data sets can aid in this analysis by means of an intelligent transportations planner. Our work looks to develop a scalable V2V modeling and simulation range enabling the analysis necessary for the development of reliable, secure and effective V2V communications. The V2V modeling and simulation allows us to model and generate large datasets to analyze different V2V deployment configurations, obtain performance and reliability metrics, assess privacy and security risks to users as well as test non-standardsuses of V2V messages."

Refreshments will be provided courtesy of the Computer Science Department.

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