[robotics-worldwide] Seventh International Workshop IARP RISE-ER 2013 on, Robotics for Risky Environments - Extreme Robotics

Frank E. Schneider frank.schneider at fkie.fraunhofer.de
Thu Apr 4 00:34:27 PDT 2013


Dear Colleagues, we would invite you to the

Seventh International Workshop
       IARP RISE-ER 2013 on
Robotics for Risky Environments - Extreme Robotics

          1-3 October 2013
          Saint-Petersburg
          Russia

          Call for Papers: http://er.rtc.ru/index-en.shtml

  The general objective of the International Advanced Robotics Programme
  (IARP) is to encourage development of advanced robotic systems that can
  dispense with human work for difficult activities in harsh, demanding,
  or  dangerous environments, and to contribute to the revitalization and
  growth  of the world economy.
  Through this seventh Workshop, the IARP working group RISE (Risky
  Intervention and Surveillance /Maintenance of the Environment), the
  International UVS, the RTC, the IPM of the RAS, with support the Ministry
  of Education and  Science of the Russia, the Ministry of Emergency
  Situations of the  Russia, the Ministry of Defence of the Russia, the
  Federal Space Agency of the Russia, the Russian Academy of Sciences,
  organize dedicated  sessions on  next topics:
         Inspection of fire or crisis/disasters areas
         CBRN-E  threats
         Demining Actions
         Search and Rescue Operations
         Space and Aerial Monitoring
         Map building and reconstruction
         Remote controlled, semi-autonomous, autonomous vehicles
         Remotely piloted Aerial Systemps (RPAS)applications
         Combined UGV-USV-UAV control and applications

  Location: The Russian State Scientific Center for Robotics  and
  Technical  Cybernetics http://www.rtc.ru  is one of the largest research
  centers of Russia. The Institute was founded in January 1968 on the basis
  of Leningrad Polytechnic Institute (Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic
  University nowadays).
  The activities of the Institute are concentrated in spheres of research,
  development and creation of space, aerial, ground-based and aquatorial
  means of robotics and technical cybernetics

  An abstract (approximately 300 words in English) should be received not
  later than 30 April 2013.

  Deadline for abstracts: 30 April 2013
  Selection of abstracts: 31 May 2013
  Receipt of full papers: 30 June 2013

  Electronic submissions of the abstracts (Word, PS format, PDF-files)
  should be mailed to:

  yvan.baudoin at rma.ac.be
  geert.de.cubber at rma.ac.be


Selected contributions will be invited for a Special Issue of the
International Journal of Emergency Management


Thanks for your attention

Yvan Baudoin - Geert De Cubber
Management TIRAMISU - ICARUS
www.fp7-tiramisu.eu
www.fp7-icarus.eu
Alexey Kochkarev
Russian State Scientific Center for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics
Peter van Blyenburgh
President UVS International (www.uvs-info.com)


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