[robotics-worldwide] Connectionists: Call For Paper Contributions: Sense of Time in Robotics

Imad Khan theimad at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 16:59:07 PDT 2013


Dear All 
This is a very good effort. We should save a significant amount of research fund by making papers free to access. The knowledge generated is an asset belonging to entire mankind.

Regards,
Dr Imad Khan.


On 20/03/2013, at 1:19 AM, Michail Maniadakis <mmaniada at ics.forth.gr> wrote:

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> Dear colleagues,
> Michail Maniadakis, Marc Wittmann and Sylvie Droit-Volet in collaboration with Frontiers in Neuroscience, organize a Research Topic (a collection of papers) with title:
> "Towards embodied artificial cognition: TIME is on my side”.
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> You may find the relevant call-for-papers in the following link 
> http://www.frontiersin.org/Neurorobotics/researchtopics/Towards_embodied_artificial_co/1554
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> As host editors, we would like to encourage you to submit an article to this topic. Contributions can be articles describing original research, methods, hypothesis & theory, opinions, etc. The idea is to create an organized, comprehensive collection of several contributions, as well as a forum for discussion and debate.
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> Frontiers will compile an e-book, as soon as all contributing articles are published, that can be used in classes, be sent to foundations that fund your research, to journalists and press agencies, or to any number of other organizations.
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> Frontiers is a Swiss Gold-model open-access publisher. As such, a manuscript accepted for publication incurs a publishing fee, which varies depending on the article type. Research Topic             manuscripts receive a significant discount on publishing fees. Please take a look at this fee table: http://www.frontiersin.org/about/PublishingFees.
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> Once published, your articles will remain free to access for all readers, and will be indexed in PubMed and other academic archives. As an author in Frontiers, you retain the copyright to your own papers and figures.
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> We would be delighted if you considered participating in this Research Topic.
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> Should you choose to participate, please confirm by sending us a quick email and then your abstract no later than May 15. Please note that the deadline for the full manuscript submission is on: Oct 30, 2013
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> With best regards,
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> Michail Maniadakis, Marc Wittmann and Sylvie Droit-Volet,
> Guest Associate Editors,
> Frontiers in Neurorobotics
> www.frontiersin.org
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