[robotics-worldwide] Call for Papers: SSRR 2010

Satoshi Tadokoro tadokoro at rm.is.tohoku.ac.jp
Tue Jan 12 20:12:22 PST 2010


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IEEE International Workshop on
Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR-2010)

Bremen, 26.-30. July 2010
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The eighth IEEE International Workshop on Safety, Security, and
Rescue Robotics (SSRR-2010) is dedicated to identifying and
solving the key issues necessary to field capable robots in
response missions. This includes aerial and ground robots as well
as unmanned underwater and surface marine vehicles. The scope of
SSRR covers the robots' overall design as well as crucial
components, e.g., for advanced locomotion, and intelligent
onboard functionalities up to full autonomy.

Topics for contributions of interests can hence come from the
following three areas

- vehicles: complete marine, aerial, and ground robots as well as
   their components
- intelligent functionalities: e.g., mapping, advanced user
   interfaces, autonomy
- applications: e.g., field reports, end user studies,
   prospective usages

All accepted papers are published by IEEE. Furthermore, a
selection gets the opportunity to contribute an extended
version to a special journal issue.

Important dates:

- 05. April 2010: submission deadline
- 15. May 2010: notification of acceptance
- 15. June 2010: final version due

Further information: http://robotics.jacobs-university.de/SSRR2010

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Prof. Dr. Andreas Birk
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Jacobs University

School of Engineering and Science
Research 1, Campus Ring 12, 28759 Bremen, Germany

http://robotics.jacobs-university.de/
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