[robotics-worldwide] IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering: Papers due February 25, 2012

James Morrison james.morrison at kaist.edu
Sat Jan 7 07:04:21 PST 2012

Dear Colleagues,

The paper submission site for IEEE CASE 2012 has opened! Papers are
due February 25, 2012. Please see the call for papers below.


2012 IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and
Engineering (IEEE CASE)
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
August 20-24, 2012, Seoul, Korea

The eighth annual IEEE International Conference on Automation Science
and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2012) will be held on August 20-24, 2012,
at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Seoul, Korea. IEEE CASE represents the
flagship automation conference of the IEEE Robotics and Automation
Society. The conference aims to bring together researchers in
automation and robotics from both industry and academia, together with
industrial practitioners, to present and discuss the latest advances
and developments in automation science and engineering.

The 2012 edition of IEEE CASE will place special emphasis on the
themes of Automation and Robotics in Semiconductor/Display
Manufacturing, Low Carbon Green Technology and Automation, Automotive
Manufacturing, Automation in Service Industries, and Automation and
Robotics in Heavy Industries, in addition to the traditional coverage
of the latest advances in the Foundations of Automation, Automation at
the Meso-, Micro-, and Nano-Scales, Information Automation, Automation
in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Life Sciences and Health
Care, Networked and Control Systems and Robotics.

Important Dates
February 25, 2012: Contributed paper submission
May 15, 2012: Paper acceptance notification
May 30, 2012: Conference registration opens
June 15, 2012: Final paper submission
August 20, 2012: Conference Tutorials and Workshops
August 21-24, 2012: Main conference events

Solicited Submissions: The technical program of IEEE CASE 2012 will
consist of plenary talks, paper presentations, special sessions on
cutting edge and industry oriented topics, workshops and tutorials.
Detailed instructions for the preparation and submission of
contributed papers, as well as of proposals for special sessions,
tutorials and workshops, can be found at the conference web site:

IEEE CASE is an offspring of the journal IEEE Transactions on
Automation Science and Engineering (www.ieee.org/t-ase) published by
the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society. High quality CASE papers
will be recommended for publication in the Transactions.

Conference Venue: The conference will be held in the spectacular
Namsan Grand Hyatt Hotel, Seoul, Korea, situated minutes from the
historic city center. Having already been transformed into one of the
most vibrant cities in the world, Seoul has been chosen as the World
Design Capital for 2010 and is in the midst of a second major
reshaping. The Namsan Grand Hyatt offers easy access to the historic
palaces, museums, and traditional markets of the city center, to chic
restaurants in Chungdam, jazz clubs and bars in Hongdae and Itaewon,
and shopping in the Zaha Hadid-designed Dongdaemun Design Plaza and
Park. Many special social events are being planned for the
participants of CASE 2012. We invite everyone to experience first-hand
both traditional Korean hospitality and the "Korean Cultural Wave" in

Please send email inquiries to case2012 at kros.org



James R. Morrison, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
KAIST, South Korea
Co-chair of the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Semiconductor
Manufacturing Automation
E-mail: james.morrison at kaist.edu, TEL: +82-42-350-3127
xS3D Lab homepage: http://xs3d.kaist.edu
IEEE Technical Committee on Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation:

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