[robotics-worldwide] CALL FOR PAPERS -- ICIA 2008

Pat Chan pchan at mae.cuhk.edu.hk
Wed Oct 10 18:35:38 PDT 2007


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IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation -- ICIA 2008


June 20-23, 2008

ZhangJiaJie, Hunan, China






January 15, 2008           Submission of full papers

February 28, 20008        Submission of proposals for workshops/tutorials

March 15, 2008              Notification of papers and workshop/tutorials

April 15, 2008                Submission of final papers





IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

National University of Defense Society

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chinese Academy of Sciences






The ICIA 2008 is the new generation of the IEEE International Conference on
Information Acquisition. In order to response to the repaid development in
the area of the integration of the information technology with automation
and control, ICIA has increased its technical scopes in order to provide a
bigger forum for researchers in the interdisciplinary areas of information
and automation sciences and engineering. 


The ICIA 2008 will be held at the Best Western Premier ZhangJiaJie hotel,
Hunan, China from June 20 to 23, 2008. ZhangJiaJie is one of the most
beautiful tourist sites in China. It is located in the middle part of China
and can be conveniently accessed by planes from major cities in China such
as Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, etc. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is the
first authorized national forest park in China and well known for its unique
tourist resources. The park features grotesque peaks, lucid brooks, abundant
fauna and floras and hospitable climate. ICIA 2008 will provide the
participants an opportunity to enjoy the fantastic scenic spots and the
unique culture of the minority nations of Tujia and Miao people in addition
to the technical program.



The theme of this conference is "Integration of information technologies and


The conference will cover a range of topics including: 

Information technologies in/for automation: 

. information acquisition                                      . sensors and
sensor networks

. bio-sensors                                                     . computer

. pattern recognition                                           . signal

. information theory                                            . speech

. information technologies for automation             . human-machines

. virtual reality


Information-enabled automation

. Bio-robotics                                                     . medical

. network robots                                                 .

. service robotics                                                . micro
and nano systems

. motion planning                                               . machine

. intelligent systems                                           .

. control theory                                                  .

. automation process                                         . industrial


Full papers must be submitted in PDF format and are strictly following the
IEEE PDF requirements for IEEE. They will be reviewed by at least two
international reviewers. All accepted papers will be EI-indexed.




For more information, please contact our conference secretariats:

Ms. Pat Chan                (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)

Email: pchan at mae.cuhk.edu.hk

Phone: +852 2609-8056

Fax: +852 2603-6002

Ms.Keju Peng                (National Univ. of Defense Tech., China)

Email: ICIA2008 at nudt.edu.cn


Conference website: http://www.icia2008.org




Best regards,


Yunhui Liu and Chaojing Tang

General Chairs of IEEE ICIA 2008


Ning Xi and Jindong Tan

Program Chairs of IEEE ICIA 2008


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