[robotics-worldwide] 2007 AAAI spring symposium: "Robots and robot venues: Resources for AI education"

Zachary Dodds dodds at cs.hmc.edu
Mon Sep 11 12:43:17 PDT 2006

           ----------[ One-month Reminder ]----------

For roboticists who teach AI, Machine Learning, Robotics, ...
or who use such subjects in teaching any facet of CS:

    2007 AAAI Spring Symposium  -  Call for Participation

    "Robots and Robot Venues:
    Resources for AI Education"

March 26-28, 2007
Stanford University
Submission deadline: October 6, 2006
URL:   http://www.cs.hmc.edu/roboteducation/

This 2007 AAAI spring symposium will bring together hardware,
software, and curriculum designers involved with educational
autonomous robotics, robot contest and exhibition organizers, and
other interested educators.

The symposium will investigate and articulate how educators,
especially undergraduate educators, can make the best use of
autonomous robots and robot-themed venues as educational experiences.
The program will include sessions on

 - hardware, software, and curricular issues in using autonomous robots
 - leveraging robot competitions/exhibitions effectively for education
 - a hands-on robot exhibition on the final symposium day

We encourage you to submit technical papers, emerging projects,
curricular trials, research-to-classroom bridges, robot exhibition &
competition experiences, and other work using robots for undergraduate
CS generally and/or AI-related topics specifically. Submissions may be
from 2-6 pages in length and should be sent to dodds at cs.hmc.edu
by Oct. 6, 2006.

Additional details are available at the symposium webpage:


We look forward to your submission and participation!
>From the symposium organizers,

 Doug Blank, Bryn Mawr College
 Zachary Dodds, Harvey Mudd College
 Paul Rybski, Carnegie Mellon University
 Jerry Weinberg, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
 Holly Yanco, University of Massachusetts Lowell

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