[robotics-worldwide] Reminder: Robotics in ICABB-2010, Venice, Italy, Oct. 2010

Rene Mayorga Rene.Mayorga at uregina.ca
Mon Jun 21 22:33:07 PDT 2010



Dear robotics-worldwide subscriber

This a kind (last) reminder on the approaching deadline for the submission
of  Extended Abstracts or Full-length Papers to the ICABB-2010, 
Venice, Italy, October 14-16, 2010:
            http://www.icabb-iss.org 

Please take notice that the ICABB-2010 Scope includes many
Robotics topics. Furthermore, the ICABB-2010 is scheduling
several Special Sessions and Workshops on Robotics areas.

Also notice that both: 
                  Full-length Papers;  OR,  Extended Abstracts;  
can be submitted on line by June 28, 2010.

Looking forward to your submission(s) soon.

Cordially,

Dr. Rene V. Mayorga
General Chair
ICABB-2010



                             Call for Papers
                  1st International Conference on
                Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
                              ICABB-2010 

                               Venice, Italy 
                        October 14 - 16, 2010
                      http://www.icabb-iss.org 


TECHNICAL SPONSORSHIP / ENDORSEMENT
   Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
   International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)
   IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS)
   IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS)


IMPORTANT DATES
   Full-length Papers submission deadline:      June 28, 2010
   Extended Abstracts submission deadline:   June 28, 2010
   Papers acceptance notification:                  August 31, 2010
   Final manuscripts in camera-ready format:  September 17, 2010 


PAPERS SUBMISSION

Full-length Papers or Extended Abstracts (for Short Papers or Poster Papers) 
can be submitted.

For submission instructions please visit the above ICABB-2010 Web site.
 
Notice that all submissions will be peer reviewed. A selection of accepted 
Regular Papers and Short Papers will be considered for publication in
            Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/11762322.asp 

All the accepted submissions would appear in the ICABB-2010 Proceedings 
in double column format (including tables/figures) as follows:
   Full-length Papers:   Regular Paper -->  6 to 8 pages.
   Full-length Papers:   Short Paper    -->  4 to 5 pages.
   Extended Abstract:  Short Paper    -->  3 to 5 pages.
   Extended Abstract:  Poster Paper   -->  up to 2 pages max 
                                  (in addition to the wall Poster presentation).

Full Papers and Extended Abstracts accepted as Regular Papers or Short Papers
both will be allocated the same length of time for the oral presentations in 
the Technical Sessions of the ICABB-2010 Program.


SCOPE
The ICABB-2010 is looking for new theoretical results, techniques and main 
applications in diverse areas, which include but are not limited to:

    Assistive and Rehabilitation Robotics
    Augmented Perception
    Augmented Reality
    Biomaterials
    Bioengineering
    Biofluids and Fluid/Structure Interaction
    Bioinformatics
    Biologically Inspired Mechanisms
    Biologically Inspired Robots
    Bioinstrumentation 
    Biomechanics
    Biomedicine
    Biomimetics
    Bionics
    Bio-micro/nano Mechanisms
    Bio-micro/nano Technology
    Biorobotics
    Cellular & Tissue Engineering
    Cybernetics 
    Extracorporeal Technologies
    Haptics 
    Human-Computer Interaction/Interface
    Human-Robot Interaction/Interface
    Humanoid Robotics
    Implantable, Attachable, or Wearable Technologies
    Implants
    Kinesiology
    Mechatronics
    Medical Devices
    Medical Robotics
    Metabotics
    Modeling & Simulation of Organs, Brain, Functions & Structure
    Orthopaedics Systems
    Personal Care Robotics
    Rehabilitation
    Robotics
    Robot Assisted Surgery
    Service Robotics
    Surgical Robotics
    Teleoperation / Telepresence
    Telemedicine
    Virtual Reality
    Upper & Lower Limb Exoskeletons


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
The IPC of the ICABB-2010 is made of colleagues from the Editorial Board 
of Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, and many other colleagues in affine 
fields/areas to cover a wide scope of expertise (Bionics, Biomechanics, 
Biomedicine, Bioengineering, Robotics, etc.). There are over 100 
colleagues in the IPC with a wide and diverse expertise.


ICABB-2010 VENUE/SITE
San Servolo, Venice, Italy
http://www.sanservolo.provincia.venezia.it/Home.aspx?lingua=en-US 





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