Call for Papers
Call for Papers for Special Issue on Security in Cooperative Vehicular Networks Security and Communication Networks, Wiley Online Library, ISSN: 1939-0114
Version of Record online: 28 JAN 2011
Copyright © 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Security and Communication Networks
Volume 4, Issue 2, page e3, February 2011
How to Cite
(2011), Call for Papers for Special Issue on Security in Cooperative Vehicular Networks Security and Communication Networks, Wiley Online Library, ISSN: 1939-0114. Security Comm. Networks, 4: e3. doi: 10.1002/sec.292
- Issue online: 28 JAN 2011
- Version of Record online: 28 JAN 2011
Recent technologies of wireless cooperative vehicular networks supporting Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications have become a cornerstone of Intelligent Transport Systems that will bring the promise of improved road safety and comfortable/infotainment driving environments with IEEE 802.11p. Wireless cooperative vehicular networking is one of the most interesting and active research topics, which is requiring vital efforts from both the industry and the academia. In particular, studies on secure broadcasting and routing for V2V and V2I communications, authenticating messages and vehicles, authorizing users to services, and location privacy of users have posed various challenges. These challenges require to develop applicable authentication approaches for messages and vehicles and authorization approaches for users as well as improved anonymous mechanisms for preventing the exposure of identity and location. Especially, IPv6 enabled V2V and V2I communications are requiring network level security mechanisms including secure binding between the permanent and temporary addresses of vehicles key distribution and location privacy with regard to IPv6 tunnel management, securing end-to-end communication, authentication in the IPv6 access network, etc.
This special issue is intended to disseminate the latest research results in emergent security issues, by providing a fresh snapshot of the current state-of-the-art in wireless cooperative vehicular networking. Especially, this special issue will not only focus on security mechanisms for IEEE 802.11p based V2V and V2I communications, but also address security mechanisms for IPv6 enabled V2V and V2I communications. Accordingly, this special issue will bring together the industry and academia working on security issues related to wireless cooperative vehicular networking and highlight future directions.
Main Topics of this Special Issue
Secure Broadcasting for V2V and V2I Communications
Secure Multi-hop Routing for V2V and V2I Communications
Secure Geographic Addressing and Routing (GeoNetworking)
Secure Service Discovery Mechanisms in Cooperative Vehicular Networks
Trustable Broadcasting and Multi-hop Routing for V2V and V2I Communications
Authentication and Authorization for Messages, Vehicles, and Users
Access Control for Vehicles and Users
Location Privacy Approach to Cooperative Vehicular Networks
Identity Management Approach to Cooperative Vehicular Networks
Incentive Management Approach to Cooperative Vehicular Networks
Formal Security Validation Model for Cooperative Vehicular Networks
Performance Analysis Model for Security Mechanisms for Cooperative Vehicular Networks.
Prospective authors should submit their papers online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/scn. When submitting the papers, the authors should make sure to choose the Manuscript type as ‘Special Issue’, and enter ‘Running Head’ and ‘Special Issue title’ as ‘SCN-SI-031’ and ‘Cooperative Vehicular’, respectively.
Manuscript Due: 15 May 2011
First Round of Review Notification: 1 September 2011
Revised Manuscript Submission: 1 November 2011
Final Notification: 15 December 2011
Publication Date: TBD
Dr Jong-Hyouk Lee
Dr Thierry Ernst
Prof. Tai-Myoung Chung
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea