[robotics-worldwide] CFP 10th International Conference ISDA 2010 Advances on Robotics and VR

Tauseef Gulrez websterhammer at hotmail.com
Tue May 18 12:57:03 PDT 2010


Call For Papers : 10th International Conference on Intelligent Systems
Design and Applications (ISDA 2010)

Special Session on Advances in Robotics and Virtual Reality

(ARVR’2010) http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/files/ARVR.pdf


Under the framework of the 10th International Conference on

Intelligent Systems, Design and Applications, ISDA’10, November 29 –

December 1, 2010, Cairo, Egypt

Conference web page: http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/


Session Chairs

Tauseef Gulrez 1&3, Alessandro Tognetti 2 & Manolya Kavakli 3

1 Intelligent Machines and Robotics Lab, Department of Computer

Science. COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore,

Pakistan, gtauseef at ieee.org, http://cimr.ciitlahore.edu.pk

2 Bio-robotics Lab, Interdepartmental Research Centro E. Piaggio,

Faculty of Engineering, University of Pisa. Pisa, Italy,

a.tognetti at ing.unipi.it

3 Virtual Interactive Simulations of Reality Lab, Department of

Computing, Faculty of Science, Macquarie University, Sydney,

Australia, manolya at ics.mq.edu.au



This session is an effort to disseminate the current advances in

robotics for manipulation and virtual reality as a non-destructive

test-bed, and to stimulate a discussion on the future research

directions in these fields. We expect that this session will succeed

in invigorating research interests towards the development and

applications of robotics and virtual reality for intelligent systems.

Robotics may be exploited to assist human beings in number of ways

from farming to avionics, bio-medicine, automotive, rehabilitation

etc. However the non-destructive nature of virtual reality makes it a

prime candidate for the testing of robotic techniques or train humans

towards the operation of robots in a safe and danger free environment.

The goal of this session “Advances in Robotics and Virtual Reality” is

to exchange and stimulate research ideas to realize advancements in

robotic and virtual reality systems together. Robotics and Virtual

Reality are rapidly growing, interdisciplinary research areas lying at

the intersection of computer science, mechatronics, control systems,

electrical and mechanical engineering. Technologies, algorithms,

system architectures, and applications will be presented and discussed

during the session. The papers having the scope from the following

topics will be discussed in this session:

  *      Robotics

  *      Virtual Reality Systems

  *      Autonomous Navigation

  *      Brain Remapping Systems

  *      Rehabilitation Robotics

  *      Environment Mapping

  *      Cognitive Robotic Systems

  *      Adaptive Learning Systems

  *      Intelligent Shared Control Systems

  *      Intelligent Graphical User Interfaces

  *      Dialogue Systems and Affect Learning

  *      Human Body Sensing and Systems


Instructions for Authors:

Papers must correspond to the requirements detailed in the (Paper

Submission) on the conference, flyer http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/flyer.pdf

and All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of

ISDA'10 that will be also included in the IEEEXplore digital library.

Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for



Registration Fees:

All papers must be registered by one of the authors, who must pay the

registration fees.



Paper Reviewing and Publication

Submitted papers will be reviewed. Accepted papers, which should not

exceed 6 pages (PDF)

following the double column IEEE format. All accepted papers will be

published in the

proceedings of the ISDA’10. Selected papers will be published in

special issues of a selection of

International Journals (to be announced).


Tentative Dates of Submission and Acceptance

  *      Deadline for paper submission June 26, 2010

  *      Notification of acceptance August 14, 2010

  *      Camera-ready manuscript submission September 15, 2010

All accepted papers will be published by the IEEE Computer Society,

included in the IEEE-XploreTM and the IEEE Computer Society (CSDL)

digital libraries and arranged for indexing through IEE INSPEC, EI

(Compendex), Thomson ISI, and other indexing services. 		 	   		  
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