[robotics-worldwide] LAB-RS 2009: Call for Late-Breaking Paper and Poster Abstracts

Terry Huntsberger terry.huntsberger at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Apr 20 14:29:19 PDT 2009


2nd ECSIS Symposium on Learning and
Adaptive Behavior in Robotic Systems (LAB-RS),
July 22-24, 2009   Iasi, Romania


LAB-RS 2009 is inviting late-breaking paper and poster abstracts
by April 29, 2009 (hard deadline to make the IEEE Proceedings
publication after review/corrections by May 8, 2009)

Abstracts due (2 - pages)    April 29, 2009
Publication by IEEE Computer Society Press.

The focus of the 2009 symposium is learning and adaptive behavior in
robots working within environments in close proximity to other robots
and humans.

LAB-RS Topics

     * Robot learning
     * Dynamics of learning
     * Learning in real environments
     * Adaptive behaviors
     * Bio-inspired algorithms and technologies
     * Neural networks
     * Evolutionary algorithms
     * Adaptive information processing
     * Cooperative and collaborative robotics
     * Collaborative learning
     * Soft computing techniques
     * Dynamic and reinforcement learning
     * Legged locomotion
     * Flying robots
     * Hybrid and adaptive architectures
     * Adaptive multi-robot behaviors
     * Adaptive information processing
     * Socially adaptive robots
     * Sensory-control for learning/adaptive robots

Application areas

     * Autonomous ground vehicles
     * Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
     * Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
     * Industrial Robots
     * Construction Robots
     * Humanoids and Actroids
     * Human-centric systems
     * Security robots
     * Training systems (modelling, simulation, virtual environments)
     * Cooperative and collaborative robotics
     * Entertainment robots
     * Educational robots
     * Agricultural robots
     * Medical robots, therapy and surgical applications
     * Space robotics

Co-located events:
ISRIS 2009 (July 22-26)
International School in Robotics and Intelligent Systems ISRIS 2009
Focus theme: Assistive robots and systems for healthcare and   


ARTIPED 2009 (July 24-26)
International Symposium on Assistive and Recuperative Technologies  for
Injured, ill, Pregnant, Elderly and people with Disabilities

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policy of NASA, Caltech or JPL
Terry Huntsberger
MS 198-219
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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