[robotics-worldwide] Second CFP: Inaugural Issue of Journal of Software Engineering for Robotic

Davide Brugali brugali at unibg.it
Fri Apr 3 13:44:55 PDT 2009


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Submission deadline for the inaugural issue : June 1, 2009
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Dear colleague,

this is the second call for paper for the inaugural issue of the new journal dedicated 
to robotic software development, the Journal of Software Engineering for Robotics (JOSER).

JOSER is a peer-reviewed electronic journal that publishes both empirical
research papers, where the effectiveness in the Robotics domain of existing
Software Engineering approaches and methods is evaluated and demonstrated, as
well as theoretical contributions that present new Robotic-specific software
development results. The journal provides immediate open access to its content
on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a
greater global exchange of knowledge.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.joser.org or http://joser.unibg.it

The Editorial Board of JOSER has a commitment to rigorous yet rapid reviewing.
Authors receive first notification of the publication decision within six weeks
upon paper submission.
When the final version of a manuscript is accepted, it is immediately published
electronically on the JOSER web portal as part of the Current Issue.

You are cordially invited to submit your manuscript for the inaugural issue as
soon as possible but no later that June 1, 2009.
To submit a paper, you need to register with the journal, log in and begin the
5 step process.

Yours sincerely,

Davide Brugali

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Davide Brugali, PhD
Chair IEEE RAS TCSOFT, http://robotics.unibg.it/tcsoft/
Associate Editor IEEE RAM, http://www.ieee-ras.org/ram/editors/
Editor-in-Chief, JOSER, http://www.joser.org/
Assistant Professor at University of Bergamo - DIIMM
 V.le Marconi, 5 - 24044 Dalmine, Italy
 Tel. ++39 035 2052-354 (008)  Fax ++39 035 562779




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