[robotics-worldwide] Call for Workshops Spatial Cognition 2012

Udo Frese udo.frese at dfki.de
Fri Nov 25 05:14:35 PST 2011

      Call for Workshops for Spatial Cognition 2012
         Kloster Seeon in Bavaria, Germany
           August 31 - September 3, 2012

Spatial Cognition 2012 (SC 2012) will bring together researchers
working on spatial cognition, biological inspired systems, spatial
learning, communication, robotics, and perception.  The conference is
single-track and the final program will be the result of a selective
review process. The program will include invited talks as well as oral
and poster presentations of refereed papers. The main conference will
be preceded by one day of workshops and tutorials. Every effort is
being made to keep conference expenses affordable, particularly for
student attendees. All papers presented at the conference will be
published by Springer.

Conference Location
Abbey "Kloster Seeon" in Germany, south-east of Munich

Workshop Proposals
The organizers request proposals for workshops and tutorials,
in particular ones that reflect the interdisciplinary nature of
spatial cognition or discuss emerging applications.
Prospective workshop organizers should email a single paragraph
description and list of organizers to the workshop chair by
January 7, 2012. The full proposal is due on March 1, 2012 or preferably
earlier and will be processed on a rolling basis.

Declaration of intent: January 7, 2012
Workshop proposal submission deadline: March 1, 2012 or earlier
Notification of workshop acceptance: April 2, 2012 or earlier

Organizing Committee
Program Chairs
Kerstin Schill, University of Bremen
Cyrill Stachniss, University of Freiburg
David Uttal, Northwestern University

Workshop Chair
Udo Frese, University of Bremen

Local Arrangements Chair
Carsten Rachuy, University of Bremen

Publication Chair
Gian Diego Tipaldi, University of Freiburg

Publicity Chairs
Carsten Rachuy, University of Bremen
Cyrill Stachniss, University of Freiburg

Area Chairs
John Bateman, University of Bremen
Giorgio Grisetti, La Sapienza Rome
Mary Hegarty, UC Santa Barbara
Alycia Hund, Illinois State University
Alexander Klippel, Pennsylvania State University
Achim Lilienthal, Örebro University
Hanspeter Mallot, University of Tübingen
Terry Regier, UC Berkeley
Stefan Woelfl, University of Freiburg

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