[robotics-worldwide] [IROS2010] Call for Tutorial/Workshop Proposals (deadline: March 10, 2010)
Chen I-Ming (Assoc Prof)
MICHEN at ntu.edu.sg
Fri Feb 26 00:29:20 PST 2010
Dear Researchers on Intelligent Robots and Systems
The deadline of Tutorials/Workshops proposal of
2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2010)
Has been extended to MARCH 10, 2010.
We solicit workshop and tutorial proposals that address important and new topics related
to the conference theme, $B!H(BAdvancement of New Frontiers for Providing Better Intelligent
Robots Services,$B!I(B as well as robotics and intelligent systems in general. Workshops
should focus on areas of active research, in order to provide an informal forum for
participants to exchange developing research results and ideas. Tutorials should
target established fields of research, in order to provide descriptions on its state
of the art, by individuals who are recognized researchers of the field. All workshop/tutorial
proposals will be reviewed by the IROS 2010 Workshop/Tutorial Committee.
We encourage proposals that will attract a broad audience from industry.
The primary criteria for selection are anticipated level of interest, impact,
novelty or creativity, and technical background of presenters.March 10, 2010
Proposals for Tutorials/Workshops
Proposals for half-day or full-day tutorials must be submitted via the PaperPlaza, with the following content:
3. Objectives and Topics
4. Intended Audience
5. List of Speakers
For more details, please refer to IRSO 2010 website under:
March 10, 2010 Submission of Tutorial/Workshop proposals
April 1, 2010 Notification of Tutorials/Workshops acceptance
Your active participations in IROS 2010 Workshops and Tutorials are much appreciated.
If you have any inquiry, please do not hestitate to contact me or the co-chairs of Tutorial/Workshop.
IROS 2010 Tutorial and Workshop
Chairman: Prof. I-Ming Chen (e-mail: MICHEN at ntu.edu.sg)
Prof. Raja Chatila (email: Raja.Chatila at laas.fr)
Prof. Edward Grant (email: egrant at ncsu.edu)
Prof. Ju-Jang Lee (email: jjlee at ee.kaist.ac.kr)
Prof. Jia-YushYen (email: jyen at ntu.edu.tw)
Prof. Sunil K. Agrawal (email: agrawal at udel.edu)
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