[robotics-worldwide] DEADLINE 3/31: Call for Papers: 2nd QoLT International Symposium

Colleen Everett everett at cs.cmu.edu
Mon Mar 15 12:04:26 PDT 2010

NOW DUE 3/31!



Invitation and Call for Papers & Posters


The Second International Symposium on Quality
<http://qoltconf2010.pitt.edu/>  of Life Technology will be held June 28 -
29, 2010, at  <http://www.redrocklasvegas.com/> Red Rock Spa, Las Vegas, NV.
Visit the symposium website at http://www.qoltconf2010.pitt.edu for complete
details.  This year's symposium is a joint event with the RESNA 2010
Conference <http://www.resna.org/conference/index.php> .  

This symposium brings together a diverse group of scientists & engineers in
research & industry; clinicians in healthcare & research; professional care
providers, and students.   The symposium will showcase emerging
technologies, their motivations and applications from around the world.
Through over two dozen peer-reviewed papers, a poster session, and panels,
presenters will discuss their latest research and findings. Keynote
speakers, well-known international scientists and clinicians, will present
their talks at the Symposium.

Paper and poster submission deadline extended to March 31, 2010

Exhibition and demo applications are due by April 10, 2010

The Symposium papers will be published in a CD proceedings. Selected papers
will be included in a special issue of the IOS Journal on Technology and
<http://www.iospress.nl/loadtop/load.php?isbn=10554181>  Disability


The QoLT Symposium  2010 will be held at the luxurious Red
<http://www.redrocklasvegas.com/>  Rock Spa located 14 miles from the
McCarran International <http://www.mccarran.com/>  Airport. The meeting
space is conveniently located steps from the sleeping rooms that feature
wired and wireless capabilities. To top it all off, the meeting areas
overlook the three-acre backyard pool or the majestic Red Rock
<http://www.redrock.org/>  Canyon and take full advantage of natural

Colleen Everett


Administrative Director

Quality of Life Technology Center

Carnegie Mellon University

500 Forbes Avenue, 4523 Newell-Simon Hall

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

412/268-7674, fax 412/268-5807





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