[robotics-worldwide] IEEE CASE 2008 -- Sensors Track

Volkan Isler isler at cs.rpi.edu
Sat Jan 12 13:00:50 PST 2008

Call for Papers and
Call for Tutorial/Workshop Proposals

Sensors, Instrumentation, and Measurement Track
4th IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering
(IEEE CASE 2008)

The 4th annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering 
(IEEE CASE), sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society 
(RAS), will be held on August 23 to 26, 2008 in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
  CASE is an offspring of the IEEE Transactions of Automation Science 
and Engineering, http://www.ieee.org/t-ase. High quality CASE papers 
will be recommended for publication in this flagship automation journal.

On behalf of the organizing committee of the Track on Sensors, 
Instrumentation, and Measurement, we invite you to submit your papers to 
CASE 2008 describing scientific methods and technologies that address 
both theoretical concerns and practical needs related to sensor and 
instrumentation networks.  Recent innovation in sensor technology, 
especially the emergence of distributed sensor network, provides 
unprecedented opportunities for real-time monitoring, detection, and 
control.  The emerging sensor technology finds numerous civilian and 
military applications, ranging from security surveillance, healthcare 
delivery, transportation control, power system monitoring, to 
manufacturing and service quality control.  It is the objective of this 
track to show the state-of-the-art research in the general area of 
sensor, instrumentation, and sensor network. Submissions of scientific 
results from experts in academia and industry worldwide are strongly 

Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:
-	Modeling and characterization of distributed sensor networks
-	Optimal strategy for prescribing sensor distribution
-	Integration of information from heterogeneous sensors
-	Collaborative and distributed information processing in a hierarchical 
-	Adaptivity study (self-learning, self-organizing capability) of sensor 
-	Reliability, robustness and self-diagnosis of sensor networks
-	Methods for monitoring, detection and diagnosis using sensor networks
-	Data mining, pattern recognition and knowledge discovery in 
distributed sensing environments
-	Autonomous or agent-based methods for distributed sensor networks
- 	Real-time control in distributed sensing environments
-	Novel applications of sensor networks

Paper and Tutorials/Workshops Proposal Submission
Author(s) should submit full papers electronically in double column 
IEEE-compliant PDF format. All papers will be peer-reviewed. Accepted 
ones will be invited for both oral and poster presentations, and 
published in CD-ROM. Posters will be displayed throughout the conference 
and Poster Sessions will be scheduled for author/audience interaction. 
Six pages are allowed per paper. The detailed instructions for paper and 
Tutorials/Workshops proposal submission are available on the conference 
web site: http://www.ieee-case.org. Please address all additional 
inquiries to the IEEE CASE 2008 Program Chair, Dr. Kazuhiro Saitou, at 
kazu at umich.edu.

Important Dates
February 29, 2008
May 30, 2008
June 27, 2008	Submission of full papers
Paper acceptance notification to authors
Final paper submission due

Program Committee for Sensors, Instrumentation, and Measurements Track

Bukkapatnam	Satish	satish.t.bukkapatnam at okstate.edu
Oklahoma State University
Delsing	Jerker	Jerker.Delsing at ltu.se	Luleå Technical University
Ding	Yu 	yuding at iemail.tamu.edu	Texas A&M
Isler	I. Volkan 	isler at cs.rpi.edu RPI
Kong	James	james.kong at okstate.edu
Oklahoma State University
Liu	Lichuan 	lichuan at ceet.niu.edu	Northern Illinois University
Senanayake	Namal Arosha	senanayake.namal at eng.monash.edu.my
Monash University, Sunway Campus
Tang	Jiong	jtang at engr.uconn.edu	University of Connecticut
Wei	Dongguang (Doug)	dougwei at deas.harvard.edu
Harvard University
Wong	Yoke San	mpewys at nus.edu.sg
National University of Singapore
Ye	Cang 	cxye at ualr.edu	University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Yi	Jingang 	jgyi at mail.sdsu.edu
San Diego State University


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