[robotics-worldwide] Last Call: workshop RoSym'10: MBE for Robotics: extended deadline 30 July 2010

Laurent RIOUX Laurent.Rioux at thalesgroup.com
Tue Jul 27 08:01:09 PDT 2010


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*** Call For Papers : RoSym Workshop -  MBE for Robotics  ***

 

1st Int'l International workshop on Model Based Engineering for Robotics 

      Oslo, Norway

      October 5, 2010

      http://www.artist-embedded.org/artist/RoSym-2010

 

*** Extended Deadline: 30 july 2010.

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In conjunction with MODELS 2010 Conference 

 

Supported by Artist NoE and OMG robotics TF

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Goals

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers, industrials and
tool developers to discuss on the usage of model-based engineering to
robotics application in different domains as well as major issues to use
this technology. A significant portion of time will be reserved for
discussions.

 

Topics

The concrete topics of the workshop are: 

- Model-based design of robotics and autonomous systems, including dedicated
modelling language for robotics (which may be extensions of existing
languages as well)

- Safety, dependability and certification of robotics systems,

- Test, validation and simulation of the autonomous behaviour of the robot,

- Model-based quantitative analysis techniques, including performance
optimisation techniques for robotics

- Model-based processes and methods for robotics, including the
investigation and classification of activities adjusted to robotics

- Exploration and assessment of how existing MBE solutions have been used or
experimented in robotics

- Evaluation techniques and metrics for assessing effectiveness of MBE
robotics system prototype . 

- Examples of "early adopters" of MDE for robotics

- Unique challenges in robotics that MDE might help overcome

- MDE concepts and techniques that are particularly relevant to robotics

 

Submission Guidelines

Authors have to apply by sending a paper/abstract (4-10 pages) in PDF or PS.

The paper must conform to the Springer LNCS formatting guidelines: 

 

http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs. 

 

Authors of accepted papers shall prepare and submit a final version of their
paper. The deadline for these final versions is 15 Sept 2010. 

Each accepted paper will be electronically published in the Workshop website
and given in hardcopy form to each participant.

 

Contact : Laurent.Rioux at thalesgroup.com

 

Important Dates

   Submission deadline: 26 July, 2010

   Notification acceptance: 25 August, 2010

   Final version papers: 15 September, 2010

   RoSym Workshop: 5 October, 2010

 

 

Organisers Committee

   Laurent Rioux, THALES, France 

   Davide Brugali, Univ of Bergamo, Italy 

   Sebastien Gérard, CEA-LIST, France

 

 

Program Committee

   Xavier Blanc, LIP6, France

   Tetsuo Kotoku,AIST, Japan

   Benoit Potier, GOSTAI, France

   Nicolas Du Lac, Intempora, France

   Christian Schlegel, Univ of Ulm, Germany

   Bruno Patin, Dassault Aviation, France

   Cristina Vicente, Univ of Tech Cartagena, Spain

   J.F Broenink, Univ of Twente, Netherland

   Paul Valckenaers, Univ of Leuven, Belgium

   Toby McClean, ZeligSoft, Canada

 

Contact : Laurent.Rioux at thalesgroup.com

 

 

 

 

 



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