[robotics-worldwide] Last CFP - Robots and Security - ROBOSEC 2010 Sept 6-8, Canterbury, UK

Terry Huntsberger terry.huntsberger at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue May 25 17:59:19 PDT 2010


This is the final Call for Papers for ROBOSEC 2010:
Paper submission deadline, June 1st:  2 page Extended Abstracts that
present novel ideas and work in progress, or 6-page Full Paper  
describing
original research results

Publication: IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services
(CPS), available through IEEE Xplore.

Robots and Security -  ROBOSEC 2010
Sept 6-8, 2010,  Canterbury, UK
http://www.robosec.info/


How trustworthy/secure is your robot?  Can robots provide paradigm  
shifts in security?

The ROBOSEC symposium explores topics at the intersection of robotics  
and security.
This includes both topics related to future roles of robots for  
security as well as the
topics related to security and trustworthiness of robotic platforms,  
which have to
defend themselves against interception of their transmitted  
intelligence or
hostile take-over of their controls.

Paper submission deadline, June 1st:  2 page Extended Abstracts that  
present novel ideas and
work in progress, or 6-page Full Paper describing original research  
results.

The website with author information for submission is:

http://www.robosec.info/SUB.htm


Keynotes
- Ronald C Arkin, Georgia Institute of Technology USA, “Embedded  
Ethics and Robotic Deception: Implications for Security”
- Wael Adi, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, “ Secured  
Robot Identity”
- Paolo Fiorini, University of Verona, Italy, “Mini-hopping robots  
for search and rescue and security”

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
-Trust in Robots and Unmanned Platforms
-Cyber-physical systems security
-Robotic immune systems
-Robot protection and countermeasures against intercepts and attacks
-Self-test and self-repair
-Transformers
-Miniature robots for surveillance applications
-UAVs and electronic warfare
-UAVs for surveillance and border security
-Robots in underground operations
-Security of underwater platforms
-Robotic search and rescue
-Security of robot-facilitated ad-hoc networks

Robots and Security (ROBOSEC) Symposium will be held Sept 6-8, 2010  
in Canterbury, UK, in
coordination with the International Conference on Emerging Security  
Technologies
(EST-2010) http://www.est-2010.info/ and the International Symposium  
on Learning and Adaptive Behavior in
  Robotic Systems (LAB-RS 2010) http://www.labrs.info/labrs10.html.

Important Dates
Paper submission deadline: June 1st, 2010
Author notification: June 10, 2010
Camera ready manuscript deadline: June 24, 2010
Author/Early registration: July 23, 2010

Program Committee:

Wael Adi, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Ronald Arkin, Georgia Tech, USA
Paul Benjamin, Pace University, USA
Misty Blowers, AFRL, USA
Susan Craw, RGU, UK
Henrik Christensen, Georgia Tech, USA
Son Dao, HRL, USA
Ioan Doroftei, TUI, Romania
Dario Floreano, EPFL, Switzerland
Paolo Fiorini, U Verona, Italy
Sue Ellen Haupt, Penn State U, USA
Daniel Howard, HSL, Qinetiq Fellow, UK
Tetsuya Higuchi, AIST Japan
Terry Huntsberger, JPL, USA
Al Kelly, CMU, USA
Tai-hoon Kim, Hannam U, Korea
Isabella Panella, Selex_Galielo, UK
Phil Philips, UK
Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu, TUI, Romania
Jim Torresen, U Oslo, Norway
Edward Tunstel, APL/JHU, USA
Tanya Vladimirova, U Surrey, UK
Svetlana Yanushkevich, U Calgary, Canada




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