[robotics-worldwide] Final CFP LAB-RS08 Edinburgh 6-8 AUG

Terry Huntsberger terry.huntsberger at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Mar 27 09:10:10 PDT 2008

Final call for papers
ECSIS Symposium on Learning and Adaptive  Behavior in Robotic Systems
                                            LAB-RS 2008
                       Edinburgh, Scotland   Aug 6-8, 2008.
The Proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.  
Symposium  is being held in conjunction with the ECSIS Symposium on  
Learning and Intelligent Systems for Security (BLISS-2008) to be held  
in Edinburgh
on Aug 4-6, 2008.

A short description of LAB-RS 2008:

Scope:   Learning and adaptive behaviors are key to robotics system
operation in real world environments. While there have been important
developments at the theoretical level and in simulations or laboratory
environments, the transfer of these methods onto real-world platforms
has been limited.

This symposium will bring together researchers from academia and
industry to report on new concepts, laboratory demonstrations, and
fielded robotic systems that exhibit learning and adaptive behaviors.
The goal of the symposium is to roadmap future directions for  
of robotic systems with capabilities comparable to those of  
biological systems.

The schedule is:
Deadline for abstracts/papers:	March 31, 2008
Author notification: April 18, 2008
Camera ready: May 4, 2008
Author/Early registration: June 30, 2008

Length of papers is 6 pages max.

More details about potential paper topics and the paper submission link
which is now open can be found on the website for the Symposium:


Symposium Chair:          Terry Huntsberger, JPL, USA
Symposium Co-Chairs:  Tughrul Arsian, Univ. Edinburgh, UK
                                             Sethu Vijayakumar, Univ.  
Edinburgh, UK
Keynote Speakers:          Dr. Paul Schenker, JPL, USA
                                             Dr. Dario Floreano, LIS,  
EPFL, Switzerland

Please pass this call on to any of your colleagues who may be interested
in submitting a paper or attending LAB-RS'08, and I hope that you can  
a paper as well.

Opinions are mine and may not reflect
policy of NASA, Caltech or JPL
Terry Huntsberger
MS 198-219
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Pasadena, CA 91109
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