Prof. Gang Jin（金刚教授）
Zhoukou Normal University （周口师范学院 ）
Title: New Curve Design and Application Prospect of Bending Track of High-speed Railway
Abstract: Introduces the situation of research and application in the route design of high-speed railway, and analyzes the problems and causes. Explain the characteristics of high-speed railway and the requirements for route design. Introduce the new curve established by the author applicable to bending track of high-speed railway, and analyzes the application prospects from a theoretical perspective and currently faced the difficulties. Find collaborators and explain the content and methods of collaborative research.
Prof. Xinsha Fu（符锌砂教授）
South China University of Technology（华南理工大学）
Title: The top-down design and key techniques in smart highway
The top-down design of smart highway and the design and implementation of four core businesses:
1) Highway road network performance monitoring, traffic information collection and early warning.
2) Traffic status analysis and traffic evolution tendency prediction.
3) Emergency response and coordination of command and dispatch.
4) Public travel information service.
Prof. Qingsheng Zeng（曾庆生教授）
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics （南京航空航天大学 ）
Title: A comprehensive study on wireless technologies supporting and improving railway traffic control
Abstract: The development of rail traffic signal has been closely related to the progress of information and communication technology. Recent innovations in wireless systems such as Ultra Wideband (UWB), Cognitive and Software Defined Radio (CDR) have opened up broader prospects for future railway traffic control. More importantly, with the gradual integration of railways into urban transport networks, prospective research on railway traffic control will serve the wider public demand for safety and accurate track signals for new massive high-speed rail transit systems. As the most developed country of railway and high-speed railway in the world, China should lead other countries in the prospective research of railway traffic control. In this keynote speech, a comprehensive study on the wireless technologies supporting and improving railway traffic control is proposed. This study will be focusing on the development of novel reconfigurable and frequency agile antenna architectures, short pulse generation technology for ultra-wideband radio, and high fidelity wireless propagation models in complex railway environments.