[robotics-worldwide] RSS 2009 Early Registration Now Open

jeff trinkle trink at cs.rpi.edu
Sat Apr 18 07:20:23 PDT 2009

Dear Colleague,
     RSS 2009 (http://www.roboticsconference.org/index.html) is shaping
up to be a great meeting in a great location. RSS is a highly selective,
single track conference spanning a wide range of
topics on the frontiers of robotics. RSS 2009 takes place in
Seattle and features four invited presentations
(http://www.roboticsconference.org/invited.html), one early career
spotlight presentation, 39 accepted contributed papers, and eleven
workshops (http://www.roboticsconference.org/workshops.html).
     Our many sponsors (http://www.roboticsconference.org/sponsors.html)
have contributed funds to help make RSS affordable for everyone, and
you can save an additional 20% - 25% if you register before the end of
May (http://www.roboticsconference.org/registration.html).  Some
hotels are also offering special rates for RSS
(http://www.roboticsconference.org/TravelKit.pdf).  We hope some dorm
rooms will be available at even lower rates.
     To make the conference even more affordable for students, they pay
significantly reduced rates and US citizens can apply for partial
reimbursement thanks to a grant provided by Alan Schultz of the Naval
Research Laboratory (http://www.roboticsconference.org/students.html).
     We and the other organizers are looking forward to seeing you in
Seattle at the end of June!

Jeff Trinkle, General Chair
Yoky Matsuoka, Program Chair
Lydia Kavraki, Workshops Chair
Dieter Fox and Rajesh Rao, Local Arrangements co-Chairs
Devin Balkcom, Publicity Chair
Jose A. Castellanos, Publications Chair
S. Morris Rose, Web Master

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