[robotics-worldwide] CFP: IEEE/ASME MESA12 Robotics and Mobile Machines

Nestinger, Stephen ssnestinger at WPI.EDU
Sun Dec 11 20:24:21 PST 2011

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   IEEE/ASME MESA 2012 Robotics and Mobile Machines Call for Papers

              Symposium on Robotics and Mobile Machines
        as part of the 8th IEEE/ASME International Conference on
           Mechatronic and Embedded Systems and Applications

            Co-sponsored by IEEE ITSS, IEEE CSS, ASME DED,
   Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society
                  July 8-10, 2012 Suzhou, China

                 Website: http://www.asmemesa.org/

Robotics is readily becoming ubiquitous with exponential growth and a
myriad of applications. This symposium provides a platform for presenting
the latest developments in the design, control and applications of
robotics and mobile machines. Topics of interest include, but are not
limited to:

* Novel robot designs, controls and applications
* Humanoid and multi-legged robots
* Cellular and modular reconfigurable, and metamorphic robots
* Field-based robots (marine, underwater, space, aerial, climbing)
* Cloud robotics and robot software architectures
* Rehabilitation and biomedical robotics
* Personal and service robots
* Robust and adaptive control of robotic systems
* Collaborative and cooperative Multi-Robot Systems
* Novel robotic sensor and actuator designs
* Micro and nano robots
* Anthropomorphic, bioinspired and biomimetic robotic systems
* Kinematics and Dynamics of Serial and Parallel Robots
* Industrial and Automation Robots
* Navigation, path planning and localization
* Soft, chemical and mobile robots and applications
* Co-Robotics and Human-Robot Interaction
* Telerobotics

Important Dates:
* Submission of Full-Length Paper     30-01-2012
* Author Notification of Acceptance   09-04-2012
* Submission of Copyright Form        21-05-2012
* Submission of Final Paper           21-05-2012

Paper Submission:
Manuscripts should be at most six (6) pages in IEEE two-column format
and must be submitted in PDF format via the conference web-site. Please
use the LaTeX style file or Microsoft Word template to prepare your
manuscript. Accepted, peer-reviewed papers will be published in the
conference proceedings, EI indexed, and submitted to IEEE Xplore.

Contact Information:
Stephen S. Nestinger, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
Robotics Engineering Program
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
P: +1 (508) 831-6445
E: ssnestinger at wpi.edu
I: http://ram.wpi.edu/people/ssnestinger

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