[robotics-worldwide] REMINDER: IEEE-RAS Humanoids2007 deadline: July 28th, 2007

James Kuffner kuffner at cs.cmu.edu
Sat Jul 21 22:54:25 PDT 2007

Dear Colleagues:
The deadline for submission of full papers, tutorials, and
workshops to IEEE-RAS Humanoids 2007 is approaching:

   DEADLINE for all contributions:   July 28th, 2007
   (submission information:  http://www.humanoids07.org/)  



2007 IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots
November 29-December 1, 2007

 The Robotics Institute
 Carnegie Mellon University
 Pittsburgh, PA, USA


The 2007 IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots will be
held on November 29-December 1, 2007 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
To facilitate the exchange of ideas in the diverse fields of humanoid
technologies the structure will remain single-track with ample space
allocated (both at the conference and in the proceedings) for poster
presentations.  Both oral presentations and posters will papers of
6-8 pages in length as well as an optional video submission.
The first day of the conference will be devoted to tutorials and

Papers as well as suggestions for tutorials and workshops from
academic and industrial communities and government agencies are
solicited in all areas of humanoid robots. Topics of interest include,
but are not limited to:

* Design and control of full-body humanoids
* Anthropomorphism in robotics (theories, materials, structure, behaviors)
* Interaction between life-science and robotics
* Human - humanoid interaction, collaboration and cohabitation
* Advanced components for humanoids  (materials, actuators, portable energy
storage, etc)
* New materials for safe interaction and physical growth
* Tools, components and platforms for collaborative research
* Perceptual and motor learning
* Humanoid platforms for robot applications (civil, industrial, clinical)
* Cognition, learning and development in humanoid systems
* Software and hardware architectures for humanoid implementation

Important Dates
* July 28th, 2007    - Proposals for Tutorials/Workshops
* July 28th, 2007    - Submission of full-length papers
* Sept. 10th, 2007   - Notification of Paper Acceptance
* October 15th, 2007 - Submission of final camera-ready papers
* November 1st, 2007 - Deadline for advance registration

Paper Submission

All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format by July
28th, 2007.  The maximum number of pages is limited to six, including
figures. An additional 2 pages will be permitted at an extra page
charge of $80 per page.  Detailed instructions for paper submissions
and format can be found in the conference website.


Tutorial & Workshop Proposals:
Proposals for half-day tutorials and workshops must be submitted to
the Tutorials/Workshops Co-Chairs by July 28th, 2007. Proposals must
(1) Title
(2) Organizers with contact information
(3) Objectives and Topics
(4) Intended Audience
(5) List of Speakers

Video Submissions
Authors of accepted papers can submit a video-clip file (Mpeg) with
their final camera-ready papers. Video submissions can be in any
electronic format, but should not exceed 50Mb.

Please contact James Kuffner, General Chair at:  chair at humanoids07.org

 James Kuffner
 The Robotics Institute
 Carnegie Mellon University

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