[robotics-worldwide] CIRA2009: Request for Posting Our CFP (Feb. 24, 2009)

JC Park jcpark at jcinter.co.kr
Tue Feb 24 04:24:55 PST 2009

Dear Sir,

This is JC Park, secretariat of CIRA2009, Korea.
I was recommended to post our CIRA2009 information on the Robotics-worldwide
listserve by Rosalyn Graham Snyder, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
Would you post below CFP on robotics-worldwide?

Sincerely yours,
JC Park

(1st Call for Papers)
2009 IEEE International Symposium on
Computational Intelligence in Robotic and Automation
Daejeon, Korea
December 15 - 18, 2009
The 8th IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in
Robotics and Automation (CIRA2009) provides an opportunity for prominent
researchers, engineers and practitioners to present the latest research
results, innovations, and potential future directions in computational
intelligence in robotics and automation. 

Ubiquitous computing has motivated a paradigm shift in robotics, which has
commenced the new multidisciplinary research areas such as ubiquitous
robotics and genetic robotics, initiating the next generation of robotics,
following the first generation of industrial robotics and the second
generation of personal robotics. Special emphasis will be placed on the
usage of computational intelligence technologies to realize cognitive
intelligence, social intelligence, behavioral intelligence, ambient
intelligence and genetic intelligence for the next generation robots and
also to implement intelligent knowledge service systems, medical systems,
health care systems, manufacturing systems and automation systems. The
Symposium covers the following topics, but is not limited to these:

. Evolutionary computation 
. Fuzzy logic 
. Neural networks 
. Machine learning 
. Sensor fusion
. Computer vision 
. Voice recognition
. Agent technology
. Cognitive intelligence
. Social intelligence
. Behavioral intelligence 
. Ambient intelligence
. Genetic intelligence
. Swarm intelligence
. Intelligent systems
. Adaptive and learning system
. Knowledge service system
. Personal robotics
. Ubiquitous robotics 
. Genetic robotics 
. Biologically inspired robotics 
. Evolutionary robotics
. Modular robotics
. Multi co-operative robotics
. Cyber-physical system robotics
. Health-care robotics
. Complex behaviors

Electronic Paper Submission
Papers are invited on all aspects of computational intelligence in robotics
and automation. Six pages are allowed for each paper. Up to four additional
pages will be permitted with extra charge. Full-length papers in standard
IEEE format must be submitted electronically in either the PS (PostScript)
or PDF (Portable Document Format) file format as per the electronic
submission instructions published on the CIRA2009 website

Special Session, Tutorial and Workshop Proposals 
Proposals for special sessions consisting of four papers and for half and
full day tutorials and workshops are welcome. Proposals should include a
statement of purposes and a summary with a list of speakers and their topics
with abstracts. Further information will be posted on the CIRA2009 website

The CIRA2009 will be held at DCC (Daejeon Convention Center) where is the
optimal venue to support all kinds of meetings and convention activities.
Several major science facilities such as Daedeok Valley, EXPO Park are
adjacent to the DCC. Daejeon, where longstanding tradition and future
science co-exist, was reborn as a convention city of new concept. It is a
clean and modern city with excellent transportation system, state-of-the-art
convention facilities, various tourist attractions and accommodations. The
biggest strength of Daejeon as a MICE site is that it is the hub of Korea's
science and technology industries.

Important Dates
Deadline for electronic submission of full-length papers: July 31, 2009
Deadline for proposals for special sessions, tutorials and workshops: July
31, 2009
Notification of acceptance: September 30, 2009
Deadline for electronic submission of final papers: October 31, 2009

Sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

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