[robotics-worldwide] HUMANOIDS 2013 - Call for Papers (CFP) + Deadline Extension!
mstilman at cc.gatech.edu
Sat Jun 8 07:21:59 PDT 2013
HUMANOIDS 2013 - CFP (Deadline: June 26)
13th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots
October 15-17, 2013
Historic Academy of Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Call for Papers
The 13th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots
(Humanoids 2013) will be held on October 15-17, 2013 in Atlanta,
Georgia, USA. The conference theme is .Humanoids in the Real World.
reflecting growing interest in intelligent and dependable robots
that interact with humans and assist in human environments. Atlanta
is easily accessible with direct flights from most major airports
worldwide. The venue is located in the heart of Atlanta.s tourist
district with easy access to the World.s Largest Aquarium, Coca
Cola Museum, Imagine-It Museum, Olympic Park and CNN Headquarters.
It is also next door to the Georgia Institute of Technology, an
emerging leader in Humanoid Robotics which will be displaying their
latest technologies in technical tours.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
* Mechanism Design and Control of Humanoid Robots
* Software and Hardware Architecture, System Integration
* Stability and Dynamics for Humanoid Robots
* Whole Body Motion Planning and Control
* Learning Strategies for Humanoid Robots
* Imitation Learning
* Perception for Humanoid Robots
* Humanoid Grasping and Manipulation
* Human-Humanoid Interaction
* Motion Planning for Humanoid Robots
* High-Level Planning and Cognition
* Human Body and Behavior Modeling
* Neuro-Robotics and Robot-Brain Interfaces for Humanoids
* Humanoid Robot Applications
Contributed papers will be presented either at a single-track
oral-presentation session or at poster sessions. All the contributed
papers will appear without distinction in the conference proceedings
as well as IEEE Xplore.
For technical program inquiries about the conference, please contact
the conference Program Chair by e-mail at: program at humanoids2013.org
By popular request, the deadline for submission has been extended. All
papers must be submitted electronically by:
*** JUNE 26, 2013. ***
*** This is the final deadline - there will be no further extensions ***
The maximum number of pages is limited to six, including figures.
A maximum of 2 additional pages will be permitted at an extra page
charge of USD 200 per page. Detailed instructions for paper submissions
and format can be found on the conference website.
Authors of accepted papers are encouraged to provide a link to their
websites showing videos instead of embedding videos in their papers.
TUTORIAL & WORKSHOP PROPOSALS:
Proposals for half-day or full-day tutorials and workshops must be
submitted to the Tutorials/Workshops Chairs in PDF format through
PaperPlaza, in a similar manner to papers.
*** JUNE 26, 2013. ***
Proposals must include (1) Title, (2) Format, (3) Organizers with contact
information, (4) Objectives and Topics, (5) Intended Audience, and (6)
List of Speakers.
June 26, 2013 Proposals for Tutorials/Workshops
June 26, 2013 Submission of Full-length Papers
Aug. 5, 2013 Notification of Paper Acceptance
Notification of Tutorials/Workshops Acceptance
Aug. 31, 2013 Submission of Final Camera-ready Papers
Mike Stilman, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Oussama Khatib, Stanford University, USA
Tamim Asfour, Karlrsuhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Kensuke Harada, AIST, Japan
Katsu Yamane, Disney/CMU, USA
Aude Billard, EPFL, Switzerland
Dennis Hong, Virginia Tech, USA
Eduardo Bayro-Corrachano, CINVESTAV, Mexico
Eiichi Yoshida, AIST, Japan
Paul Oh, Drexel, USA
Luis Sentis, UT Austin, USA
Chris Atkeson, CMU, USA
Jun-Ho Oh, KAIST, Korea
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