[robotics-worldwide] SAB2010: PAPERS & WORKSHOPS CALLS - INVITED SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

Stephane Doncieux stephane.doncieux at isir.upmc.fr
Wed Feb 10 05:10:42 PST 2010


FROM ANIMALS TO ANIMATS 11
The 11th International Conference on the SIMULATION OF ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
(SAB2010)

24-28 August 2010, Paris, France

http://sab2010.org

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Conference Chairs: Jean-Arcady Meyer, Agnès Guillot, John Hallam
Local Organizers : Stéphane Doncieux, Benoît Girard, Jean-Baptiste  Mouret

VENUE AND INVITED SPEAKERS

To celebrate the 20th birthday of the Animat Approach, the last day of
the conference will be dedicated to invited talks dealing with "The past
and future of the animat (and related) approach(es)", held (on a round
trip) at Clos Lucé, last home of Leonardo Da Vinci.

Confirmed invited speakers:
Michael A. ARBIB
Rodney BROOKS

IMPORTANT DATES - PAPER & WORKSHOP CALLS STILL OPENED

Paper submission deadline, February 22, 2010
http://www.sab2010.org/wiki/Papers
Call for workshop deadline, April 1, 2010
http://www.sab2010.org/wiki/Workshops
Conference dates, August 25-28, 2010
Workshops date, August 24, 201

The objective of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring  together
researchers in computer science, artificial intelligence,  alife,
control, robotics, neurosciences, ethology, evolutionary  biology, and
related fields so as to further our understanding of the  behaviors and
underlying mechanisms that allow natural and artificial  animals to
adapt and survive in uncertain environments. The conference  will focus
on experiments with well-defined models---robot models,  computer
simulation models, mathematical models---designed to help  characterize
and compare various organizational principles or  architectures
underlying adaptive behavior in real animals and in  synthetic agents,
the animats.
Contributions treating any of the following topics from the perspective
of adaptive behavior will receive special emphasis:

The Animat Approach
Motor control
Body and brain co-evolution
Self-assembling and self-replication
Sensory-motor coordination
Action selection and behavioral sequencing
Navigation and mapping
Internal models and representation
Evolution, development and learning
Motivation and emotion
Collective and social behavior
Communication and language
Emergent structures and behaviors
Neural correlates of behavior
Evolutionary and co-evolutionary approaches
Autonomous, bio-inspired, and hybrid robotics
Autonomous robotics
Humanoid robotics
Cognitive developmental robotics
Software agents and virtual creatures
Applied adaptive behavior
Animats in education
Philosophical and psychological issues


Authors should make every effort to suggest implications of their work
for both natural and artificial animals, and to distinguish the
portions  of their work which use simulation from those using a physical
agent.

Papers that do not deal explicitly with adaptive behavior will be rejected.

CONFERENCE FORMAT:

Following the tradition of SAB conferences, the conference will be
single track, with additional poster sessions. Each poster session will
start with poster spotlights giving presenters the opportunity to orally
present  their main results.

PUBLISHER:

Springer Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence. Both oral and poster
presentations will be published in conference proceedings.

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:

Submitted papers must not exceed 10 pages.Detailed submission
instructions are available from the conference Web site.


CONTACT US:
Please contact us at sab2010 [ at ] isab.org
Jean-Arcady Meyer, Agnès Guillot, John Hallam

-- 
Benoît Girard, ISIR, UPMC/CNRS
Pyramide T55/65, CC 173
4 place Jussieu, 75252 Paris Cedex
http://www.isir.upmc.fr/?op=view_profil&lang=fr&id=109
http://www.isir.fr/EvoNeuro/
http://www.sab2010.org/



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