[robotics-worldwide] [ICAHRR] Post Request

FIRA2009 conference at fira2009.org
Tue Feb 24 17:53:33 PST 2009

International Conference on Advanced Humonoid Robotics Research (ICAHRR)
Incheon, Korea, 16-18 August 2009
'Where Theory and Practice Meet' 

Call for Papers 
Welcome to ICAHRR
The goal of this conference is to bring together researchers from all areas of humanoid robotics to explore new frontiers for humanoid robots, a very active and important research area within robotics. To date most work in this area has focused on the generation of basic walking gaits for flat terrains, but recent advances have led to novel research opportunities and directions. While walking is obviously a core competency for a humanoid robots, and a skill on which more challenging behaviours are based, it is still a simple task when compared to the full range of motions that a human can easily generate and control. To develop humanoid robots that can have a significant impact on our society, such as robotic nurses or firemen, a humanoid robot must have numerous skills. Conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag.

Invited Session Proposal Submission: 7 March 2009 
Conference / Invited Paper Submission: 7 March 2009 
Notification of Paper Acceptance : 30 April 2009 
Final Manuscript Submission : 30 May 2009 
We look forward to receive your paper submission in the areas including, but not limited to: 
Adaptive and Intelligent Control 
Trajectory Planning 
Walking Gait Generation 
Complex Motion Planning 
Human-Robot Interaction 
Simulation of Humanoid Robots 
Sensing and Perception of Unstructured Environments 
Computer Vision for Humanoid Robots 
Multi-Robot Coordination and Communication 
Machine Learning 
Applications for Humanoid Robots in Society 
Societal Issues related to Humanoid Robots 
FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009 Secretariat
Seoul 121-040, KOREA
Phone: +82 2 717 3280
Fax: +82 2 706 4879 
Email: conference at fira2009.org 
Website: www.fira2009.org 

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