[robotics-worldwide] CFP ISDA 2010 Special Session on Advances In Robotics and Virtual Reality

Tauseef Gulrez gtauseef at ieee.org
Mon May 17 11:55:35 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)
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
GulrezAC,
 Alessandro TognettiB
& Manolya KavakliC




A
 Intelligent
Machines and Robotics Lab, Department of Computer Science
COMSATS
Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, Pakistan,
gtauseef at ieee.org



B
Bio-robotics Lab, Interdepartmental Research Centro E. Piaggio,
Faculty
of Engineering, University of Pisa. Pisa, Italy,
a.tognetti at ing.unipi.it



C
Virtual Interactive Simulations of Reality Lab, Department of
Computing, Faculty of Science
Macquarie
University, Sydney, Australia, manolya at ics.mq.edu.au



									



Abstract:



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 publication.



Registration
Fees:
All
papers must be presented by one of the authors, who must pay the
registration fees.
http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/



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.



Best regards

Tauseef Gulrez


 		 	   		  
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