University of Doha for Science & Technology, Doha, Qatar | December 03-05, 2024

Symposium on Smart City and IoT Applications to Urban Mobility (SCIAUM’24)


Megan Johnson

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences
SUNY at Fredonia, Fredonia, NY, USA
johnsoml (at)

Junaid Ahmed Zubairi

Distinguished Professor and Chair, CIS, Geology, Math and Physics
SUNY at Fredonia, Fredonia, NY, USA
zubairi (at)

Syed Ali Haider

Associate Professor, Computer and Information Sciences
SUNY at Fredonia, Fredonia, NY, USA
haider (at)

Sahar Idwan

Professor, Department of Computer Science and Applications
The Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan
sahar (at)

Wael Etaiwi

Assistant Professor, Department of Business Information Technology
Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Amman, Jordan
w.etaiwi (at)


As urban populations burgeon and cities grapple with the complexities of modern living, effective traffic management emerges as a paramount concern. By 2040, 65 percent of the global population is projected to reside in cities. This urbanization surge poses many problems for cities in managing mobility, including traffic congestion, parking availability, road hazards, infrastructure aging, air pollution, and inefficient fuel usage. In response to these pressing issues, smart cities have emerged as a beacon of hope, offering innovative solutions to the complex challenges of urban living. The smart city paradigm, defined as the utilization of smart computing technologies to construct critical infrastructure components and services within a city, leverages the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) to facilitate sustainable, healthy, and safe urban environments.
The symposium aims to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and showcase cutting-edge research and practical solutions that harness the power of intelligent technologies to revolutionize traffic management in urban landscapes. By leveraging advancements in areas such as artificial intelligence, IoT, data analytics, and urban infrastructure, we endeavor to pave the way for efficient, safe, and sustainable transportation systems.
Prospective authors are invited to submit original manuscripts on a broad spectrum of topics, including but not limited to:

• Intelligent traffic signal control systems
• Real-time traffic monitoring and management
• Adaptive traffic management strategies
• IoT-enabled smart transportation infrastructure
• Autonomous and connected vehicles for urban mobility
• Big data analytics for traffic prediction and optimization
• Multi-modal transportation systems and integration
• Smart parking solutions and optimization
• Sustainable transportation policies and initiatives
• Urban mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) platforms
• Pedestrian-friendly urban design and planning
• Public transportation optimization and accessibility
• Traffic flow modeling and simulation
• Emerging technologies for traffic management (e.g., drones, blockchain)

Join us in shaping the future of urban living through innovative research and collaborative endeavors. Together, let us pave the way towards sustainable, resilient, and thriving smart cities that enhance the quality of life for all inhabitants.

Paper submission:

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In the Main Track, select topic "Smart City and IoT Applications to Urban Mobility (SCIAUM’24)" to submit paper to this sympoisum.

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