[robotics-worldwide] CFP: The 6th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient Intelligence (URAI 2009)

Ji Yeong Lee jiyeongl at hanyang.ac.kr
Mon May 18 04:38:18 PDT 2009

*Dear Colleague,*

*The **6th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient 
Intelligence (URAI 2009) *

**October 28 - 31, 2009, Gwangju, Republic of Korea*

*http://www.kros.org* <http://www.kros.org/>_*/urai2009/***_

The 6th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient 
Intelligence (URAI 2009), hosted by Korea Robot Society (KROS) will be 
held on October 28-31, 2009 at Kimdaejung Convention Center, Gwangju, 
Korea. Other robot related events (Automobile-Robot Exhibition and World 
Light Exposition) will be also held during this week. The aim of this 
conference is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners 
to present their ideas and recent works related to the various aspects 
of ubiquitous robots, ambient intelligence, HRI, mobile robotics, 
sensors and networks. Four days conference consists of one day’s 
workshop, two days’ technical program, and one-day’s unforgettable 
cultural tour program around Gwangju. We are pleased to invite you to 
submit papers and video, propose the organized sessions, and attend the 
URAI 2009. The TOPICS covered by the conference are, but not limited to:


*Division I : Ubiquitous Robots *

Network-based Robotics, Ambient Intelligence, Intelligent Space / 
Environment Technologies, Human-Robot Interaction, Robot Vision and 
Audition, Robot Intelligence and Learning, Robotic Agents, Sensor 
Network and Sensor Fusion

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*Division II : Robotic Mechanisms and Systems *

Navigation / Localization, Robot Kinematics and Dynamics, Robotic 
Mechanisms and Design, Humanoid Robots, Haptics / Teleoperation, Sensors 
and Actuators, Medical / Rehabilitation Robotics, Biorobotics, Control 
Architecture and Middleware


*AUTHOR SCHEDULE: Important dates*
June 1, 2009: _Initial submission of short papers (2 pages) or video_
July 1, 2009 : Notification of Acceptance

August 15, 2009 : Submission of camera ready papers/video



In the initial submission, authors are required to submit a short paper:

1. Regular and work in progress papers : 2 pages

2. Video papers : 1 page plus video

If accepted, authors select one of the following three submission types 
in the final submission,.

1. Regular papers (4-5 pages), which report novel and significant 

2. Work in progress papers (2-3 pages), which present recent ideas and 
on-going works

3. Video papers (1 pages+video), which report successful implementation.

Please submit your papers or video written in English to 
http://www.kros.org/urai2009/ where templates for both Word and Latex 
formats can be found. The presented papers will be further screened for 
possible publication in Journal of Intelligent Service Robots.


Sponsored by Korea Robotics Society

Technically co-sponsored by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, 
Robotics Society of Japan(RSJ), Robotics Society of Taiwan(RST)

*All inquiries related to the conference to Secreteriat :*

Ji Yeong Lee (Hanyang Univ., Korea)

e-mail : jiyeongl at hanyang.ac.kr <mailto:jiyeongl at hanyang.ac.kr>

Tel: +82-31-400-5253

Byung-Ju Yi, Ph.D.

General Chair of URAI 2009

Hanyang University


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