[robotics-worldwide] CFP:IEEE SMC2013 Special Session: Human Machine Interface and Haptics

Saeid Nahavandi saeid.nahavandi at deakin.edu.au
Wed Mar 20 16:05:42 PDT 2013


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October 13-16 Manchester, UK

Special Session Call for Papers

Human Machine Interface and Haptics

Important Dates
April 15, 2013: Deadline for submission of full-length papers
June 30, 2013: Acceptance/Rejection notification
July 31, 2013:  Deadline for final camera-ready papers
July 31, 2013:  Early paper registration deadline


Research in the areas of haptics and virtual reality has recently seen great progress, and made significant contributions to the related science, technology, and application domains. The 2013 IEEE SMC special session will report research results in the field of human machine interfaces and haptics. This special session will provide the opportunity for researchers from both academia and industry to present their latest work, share ideas and establish contacts with other researchers in their field. Research areas relevant to this special session include, but are not limited to the following topics:

·      Human machine performance analysis with haptic feedback
·      Haptics and human perception
·      Multi-modal haptics and systems
·      Haptics in medical simulations
·      Haptic teleoperation
·      Haptic rendering in virtual reality
·      Sensor, actuator, interface design and control
·      Mobile haptics
·      Haptics in rehabilitation
·      Haptic training simulators
·      Neurohaptics

We welcome your contributions to this special session. Your support will make the 2013 IEEE SMC a fantastic occasion and a successful conference.

Papers must be submitted according to the submission criteria on the SMC 2013 conference website [http://www.smc2013.org]. Papers submitted to special sessions will undergo the same review process as regular conference papers.

Organized by IEEE SMC TC on Robotics and Intelligent Sensing (RIC).

Special Session organizers
Saeid Nahavandi and Edward Tunstel

Professor Saeid Nahavandi
Centre for Intelligent System Research,
Deakin University, Victoria, Australia
Email: saeid.nahavandi@ deakin.edu.au

Dr. Edward Tunstel
Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Laurel, MD USA
Email: tunstel at ieee.org

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