[robotics-worldwide] CFP - IEEE ROSE 2010 - Extended deadline

Pierre Payeur ppayeur at site.uOttawa.ca
Tue Jun 15 07:10:57 PDT 2010

C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S - IEEE ROSE 2010

*** Extended Deadline : July 2, 2010 ***

ROSE 2010 - IEEE International Workshop on RObotic and Sensors
Environments  -  Phoenix, Arizona, 15-16 October 2010



Important dates:

      PAPER SUBMISSION:  2 July 2010 (extended)
      Notification    :  15 August 2010
      Final manuscript:  15 September 2010



The focus of the ROSE conference series is on sensing and
perception modalities, as well as their integration with
autonomous robots and intelligent systems.

Papers are solicited on all aspects of Sensing Systems and
Technologies for Robotics and Industrial Automation, Human-Robot
Cooperation, Multimodal or Distributed Sensing, and Perception
Technologies. These include but are not limited to: sensor
controlled system operation; collaborative manufacturing;
inspection and quality control; human and robot interaction;
tele-operation; robot manipulation; mobile robotics; rescue robots;
swarm robotics; robot sensors and vision; environment monitoring;
intelligent sensing; machine vision and image processing; 3D sensing
and modeling; signal processing and sensor fusion; new sensor
technologies, distributed or wireless sensor networks.

Submit a version of your full paper (maximum 6 pages)
electronically as a PDF-format file using the web submission
form available at: http://rose.ieee-ims.org

Accepted papers will be published in IEEE ROSE 2010 Proceedings
and indexed in IEEE Xplore. Authors of papers that will be accepted
and presented at the workshop will be eligible to submit a
significantly extended version of their manuscript for publication
in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement.

ROSE 2010 is sponsored by the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement
Society, and organized by the following technical committees:
      TC-15 Virtual Systems in Measurements
      TC-22 Intelligent Measurement Systems
      TC-27 Human-Computer Interface and Interaction
      TC-28 Instrumentation for Robotics and Automation
      TC-30 Security and Contraband Detection

General Chairs:
     Sethuraman Panchanathan, Arizona State University, USA
     Mel Siegel, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Technical Program Chairs:
     Pierre Payeur, University of Ottawa, Canada
     Peter Wide, Orebro University, Sweden

Local Arrangement Chairs:
     Troy L. McDaniel, Arizona State University, USA
     Skreekar Krishna, Arizona State University, USA

Conference Management:
     Chris Dyer, Conference Catalysts, LLC, USA

Best regards,
Pierre Payeur
ROSE 2010 - Technical Program Chair

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