[robotics-worldwide] RED-UAS 2011. Unmanned Aerial Systems Research, Development and Education

Anibal Ollero aollero at catec.aero
Sun Apr 17 15:59:27 PDT 2011

RED-UAS 2011. 

Research, Development and Education on Unmanned Aerial Systems.

November 30- December 1, 2011 Seville (Spain)

Call for contributions (papers and demonstrations):


Web site: 

 <http://www.red-uas.com> http://www.red-uas.com




Submission deadline:   June 17, 2011

Notification of acceptance: July 25, 2011

Final paper submission deadline: September 30, 2011

RED-UAS 2011:   November 30 – December 1, 2011


The First Workshop on Research, Development and Education on Unmanned Aerial
Systems (RED-UAS 2011) will be open to all persons interested in Unmanned
Aerial Systems (UAS) and its applications, and is intended to be a forum
where discuss ideas and review works related to the area. Exhibitions and
demonstrations of UAS and related equipment are included in the workshop.


All those interested in the topics of Unmanned Aerial Systems are invited to
submit original contributions on methods, technologies and applications, as
well as proposals for demonstrations. A non-exhaustive list of topics

UAS innovative designs                               

Multi-UAS Systems                                       

Fully autonomous operation                     

See & avoid & reactive systems                               

Planning and Mission Systems  

Sensors & environment perception systems

Reliability in UAS                                             

Innovative Human-Machine Interfaces

Systems for UAS education

UAS educational courses

National & international UAS programmes

UAS concepts of operation

Integration of UAS in airspace

UAS operations and regulations


Proposals for regular papers will consist of a minimum of 5 and a maximum of
10 pages (font Arial 10 pt) single column in English. 

Proposals for demonstrations will consist of two pages abstract with the
summary of the demonstration and the means required for the performance. 

The Web site includes the templates for submissions. The selected
contributions will be included in the Workshop Proceedings that will be
published in electronic format with ISBN.



Aníbal Ollero, FADA-CATEC and Univ. Sevilla (Chair)

Antonio Barrientos, Univ. Politécnica Madrid 

Samir Bouabdallah, ETHZ 

Pascual Campoy, Univ. Politécnica Madrid 

Cristina Cuerno, Univ. Politécnica Madrid 

Patrick Doherty, Linköpings Universitet 

Patrick Fabiani, ONERA 

Jose Patricio Gómez, Univ. Politécnica Madrid

Jesús Gonzalo, Univ. León 

Guillermo Heredia, Univ. Sevilla 

Mo Jamshidi, University Texas at San Antonio 

Konstantin Kondak, DLR 

Iván Maza, Univ. Sevilla 

Rogelio Lozano, Univ. Technologie Compiègne 

Francisco Muñoz, INTA 

Manuel Mulero, INTA 

Paul Oh, Drexel University

Enric Pastor, Univ. Politécnica Catalunya 

Inna Sharf, McGill University

João Sousa, Universidade do Porto 

Rune Storvold, NORUT

Salah Sukkarieh, University of Sydney 

Antonios Tsourdos, Cranfield University 

Kimon Valavanis, University of Denver 

Ilkay Yavrucuk, Middle East Technical Univ

Antidio Viguria, FADA-CATEC 


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