[robotics-worldwide] CFP: DARS 2008 (9th International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotics Systems)

Ota Jun ota at robot.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Tue Feb 5 14:50:08 PST 2008


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                         Call for papers

                  9 th International Symposium on              
	DISTRIBUTED AUTONOMOUS ROBOTIC SYSTEMS

                       *** DARS 2008 ***
	                 Tsukuba , Ibaraki, Japan
                        November 17-19, 2008

          url: http://www.robot.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/DARS2008


			Important Days

		Full paper submission: June 30, 2008
		Acceptance notification: August 31, 2008
		Final paper submission: September 30, 2008

The Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems dealswith new 
methodologies, alogrithms, hardwares, system 
architectures to realize advanced distributed robotic systems.
All interested researchers and engineers are invited to  
participate in DARS 2008 for presentation and discussion.

The International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems
successfully took place in 1992, 1994, and 1996 in Japan, in 
1998 in Germany (Karlsruhe), in 2000 in USA (Knoxville,
Tennessee), in 2002 in Japan (Fukuoka), in 2004 in France 
(Toulouse) and in 2006 in USA (St. Paul, Minnesota). DARS 2008 will be 
held in Japan.

Topics include but are not limited to:

Architectures for teams of robots
Ambient Intelligence
Biologically inspired systems
Control issues in multi-robot systems
Distributed decision making/problem solving
Distributed/cooperative perception
Distributed planning
Distributed task execution
Human and robot interaction
Learning and adaptation in teams of robots
Multi-robot applications in exploration, search and rescue, 
  service, etc
Mobiligence (Emergence of Intelligence through Mobility)
Modular robotics
Network robotics
Performance metrics for robot teams
Reconfigurable robots
Robot societies
Self-organizing robotic systems
Sensor networks
Swarm robotics
Task allocation

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