[robotics-worldwide] CFP: CASE07

Mike Zhang mike.tao.zhang at gmail.com
Sat Nov 11 13:30:57 PST 2006

 IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering 2007   September
22-25, 2007   Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.   *Sponsored by IEEE Robotics and
Automation Society*

First Call for Papers

The third annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering 2007
(IEEE CASE 2007), sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society,
will be held on September 22 to 25, 2007 in Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.  The
goal is for broad coverage and dissemination of foundational research on
automation among researchers, academicians, and industry practitioners.  The
focus is on scientific methods for automating machines and systems operating
in structured environments over long periods, and also for the explicit
structuring of environments.  The first IEEE CASE was successfully held in
2005 in Edmonton, Canada and the second in Shanghai, China in 2006.  CASE is
an offspring of the flagship automation journal, IEEE Transactions of
Automation Science and Engineering, IEEE T-ASE, http://www.ieee.org/t-ase.

The technical program of IEEE CASE will consist of tutorials, workshops,
invited talks, paper presentations, posters, and panel discussions.  Papers
describing original work on abstractions, algorithms, theories,
methodologies, and case studies are invited including but not limited to the
following areas:

·          *Ambient Intelligence*

·          *Automatic Identification and Security*

·          *Automation in Life Sciences: Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, and
Health Care*

·          *Construction Automation*

·          *Discrete Event Dynamic Systems*

·          *Food Handling and Processing*

·          *Home, Laboratory, and Service*

·          *Human-Machine Interaction & Coordination*

·          *Instrumentation & Measurement*

·          *Laboratory Automation*

·          *Manufacturing, Maintenance, & Supply Chain*

·          *Multi-sensor Fusion and Integration*

·          *Micro/Nano-scale Automation and Assembly*

·          *Product Design, Development, & Prototyping *

·          *Planning, Scheduling, and Coordination*

·          *RFID Application*

·          *Semiconductor Manufacturing*

·          *System Modeling, Analysis, and Performance Evaluation*

·          *Intelligent Transportation *

·          *Virtual Reality in Automation*

·          *Manufacturing Automation*

* *

*Paper Submissions:* Author(s) should submit full papers electronically in
double column PDF format.  All papers will be peer-reviewed, and selected
ones will be published in CD-ROM.  Six pages are allowed per paper, and
detailed instructions for paper preparation and submission will be available
on the conference web site: http://www.ieee-case.org.

*Important Dates:

* *

*April 30, 2007*

*June 30, 2007*

*July 31, 2007*

Submission of papers (FIRM!)

Paper acceptance notification to authors

Final Camera-ready papers due**

*General Chair*

Deirdre Meldrum

Arizona State University

Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A.

dmeldrum at asu.edu

*Program Chair*

Mike Tao Zhang

Intel Corporation

Chandler, Arizona, U.S.A.

mike.tao.zhang at gmail.com

*Local Arrangement Chair*

Kristin Olafsdottir

Arizona State University

Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A.


Best regards,

Mike Zhang, PhD
Staff Engineer
Intel Corporation
Co-Chair, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Technical Committee on
Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation
Program Chair, 2007 IEEE Int'l Conference on Automation Science and
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