[robotics-worldwide] Call for Posters: RSS 2009 Workshop on Autonomous Flying vehicles: Fundamentals and Applications

Pieter Abbeel pabbeel at cs.berkeley.edu
Mon Apr 27 00:49:05 PDT 2009


CALL FOR POSTERS

RSS 2009 Workshop on Autonomous Flying vehicles: Fundamentals and
Applications
Monday, June 29, 2009 in Seattle, WA
As part of the Robotics: Science and Systems Conference 2009
(www.roboticsconference.org)
http://robotics.asu.edu/rssuav/


Important Dates
April 30, 2009  Poster Abstract Submission Deadline
May 15, 2009  Notification of Acceptance
June 29, 2009  Workshop


Workshop Organizers

Pieter Abbeel
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of California at Berkeley
pabbeel at cs.berkeley.edu
www.cs.berkeley.edu/~pabbeel

Srikanth Saripalli
School of Earth and Space Exploration
Arizona State University
srikanth.saripalli at asu.edu
http://robotics.asu.edu/

Submission Guidelines
Authors should submit a 1 page abstract of their posters (preferably
pdf) by email to
srikanth.saripalli at asu.edu, by April 30, 2009.


Objectives
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) by nature are complex dynamical
systems that present several challenges in estimation, guidance and
control.  UAV research involves the interdisciplinary synthesis of
flight dynamics, estimation theory, real-time control and embedded
system development. The proposed workshop is intended to better
understand design, development, guidance and navigation of UAVs in
complex, feature-rich environments. The workshop will include talks by
a number of leading researchers in these fields, and a poster session
in which especially students are encouraged to present their latest
research.    A key goal of the workshop is to provide a venue to allow
discussion and cross-pollination of ideas coming from the control,
robotics and learning communities.


Topics:

We invite posters from researchers working in the following areas:
- Navigation
- Collision avoidance
- Multi-aircraft coordination
- Novel sensing and state estimation methods
- Applications: mapping, search and rescue, inspection, patrolling.


Students are especially encouraged to submit their work to the workshop.


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