[robotics-worldwide] CfP: ISRR 2009 - 14th International Symposium on Robotics Research, August 31 - September 3, 2009, Lucerne, Switzerland

Siegwart Roland rsiegwart at ethz.ch
Mon Mar 16 03:22:21 PDT 2009


ISRR 2009   -   Call for Paper

14th International Symposium on Robotics Research

August 31 - September 3, 2009, Lucerne, Switzerland

Deadline for Paper Submission:  March 31, 2009

---  http://www.isrr2009.ethz.ch/ ---



The goal of the ISRR Symposia is to bring together active leading robotics researchers and pioneers from academia, government, and industry to assess and share their views and ideas about the state of the art in robotics, and to discuss promising new avenues for future research. All participants are kindly asked to convey the single track and highly interactive spirit of ISRR and take part in all sessions so that a stimulating and dynamic discussion can be established. As the flagship symposium of the International Foundation of Robotics Research (IFRR), this 14th edition of ISRR follows up on a long history of extraordinary meetings. 

Symposium Format: 

The Symposium will be held in an informal setting with a limited number of participants to encourage close technical and personal interactions. During the four-day Symposium, approximately 45 papers will be presented. The meeting will be organized as a single track meeting, and contributions that cover all aspects of robotics research are solicited. Sessions will be organized in themes, and all sessions will provide ample opportunity for discussion. As in previous years, the proceedings of the Symposium will be published as a Springer STAR series book. Attendance will be limited. Priority is given to authors and invited participants.


The symposium will be held in Lucerne, one of the most charming and picturesque cities in Switzerland at the boarder of the Lace of Lucerne. Lucerne is easy to reach by direct trains from Zurich Airport.

Paper Solicitation: Papers representing authoritative reviews of established research areas as well as papers reporting on new areas and pioneering work are sought for presentation at the Symposium. In addition to the open call, a well selected number of leading researchers will be solicited to contribute by personal invitation. 

Each submission will be reviewed by members of the Symposium Program Committee. The quality of the papers and the related presentations are a central priority for ISRR. Authors new to ISRR are particularly encouraged to submit.

Submission Procedure: 

Papers must be submitted in LaTeX format according to the template for the Springer STAR series proceedings downloadable from the submission webpage. Papers may not exceed 16 pages in this format. All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format through the online submission system found on the symposium webpage.

Important Dates:

- March 31, 2009:  Submission of papers 

- May 31, 2009:  Notification of paper acceptance

- July 15, 2009: Submission of final camera-ready papers

- July 15, 2009:  Deadline for early registration

- August 31, 2009: Start Conference (Evening Reception)

- September 3, 2009:  End Conference (Lunch time)


Main Sponsor:

International Foundation of Robotics Research 





General Co-Chairs:

   Roland Siegwart, ETH Zurich

   Gerd Hirzinger, DLR Germany

Program Co-Chairs: 
   Tomomasa Sato (Asia/Oceania)
   Henrik Christensen (Americas)
   Raja Chatila (Europa/Africa)

Publication Chair
   Cedric Pradalier

Web Master
   Ralf Kästner

Conference Office
   Cornelia Della Casa
   Luciana Borsatti


International Foundation of Robotics Research


   Oussama Khatib  

Executive Officers

   Hirochika Inoue  

   Gerd Hirzinger 

   Takeo Kanade 

Honorary Officers

   Ruzena Bajcsy  

   Rod Brooks   

   George Giralt 

   Bernie Roth      


   Robert Bolles 

   Herman Bruyninckx 

   Raja Chatila 

   Henrik Christensen 

   Paolo Dario 

   Rudiger Dillmann  

   Shigeo Hirose  

   John Hollerbach 

   Ray Jarvis 

   Makoto Kaneko 

   Dan Koditschek 

   Tomomasa Sato  

   Yoshiaki Shirai 

   Roland Siegwart  





Prof. Dr. Roland Siegwart

Autonomous Systems Lab

Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems

ETH Zürich, CLA E 33 Tannenstrasse 3

CH-8092 Zürich, Switzerland

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