[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] ICUAS'14: Call for papers

lmejias luis.mejias at qut.edu.au
Wed Sep 25 13:18:18 PDT 2013

Dear Colleagues and Friends:

On behalf of the ICUAS'14 Organizing Committee, this is to invite you to
submit your contributions to the 2014 International Conference on Unmanned
Aircraft Systems, ICUAS'14, http://www.uasconferences.com, to be held in
Orlando, FL, on May 27-30, 2014. The conference is co-sponsored by the IEEE
CSS and RAS.

Orlando is the home of the Disney World, one of the best attractions and
touristic locations worldwide. May 27 will be a Workshop/Tutorial day,
followed by a three-day technical Conference. Judging from the interest
ICUAS has drawn over the past six years and its growth, ICUAS'14 is expected
to attract the highest number of participants from academia, industry,
federal/state agencies, government, the private sector, users, practitioners
and engineers who wish to be affiliated with and contribute technically to
this highly demanding and rapidly evolving and expanding field. Information
about the organization may be found at www.icuas.com. The theme of ICUAS'14
will focus on the very challenging topics of 'developing UAS standards'.

ICUAS'14 aims at bringing together different groups of qualified military
and civilian representatives worldwide, organization representatives,
funding agencies, industry and academia, to discuss the current state of UAS
advances, and the roadmap to their full utilization in military and
integration in civilian domains. Focused interests of diverse groups
involved in UAS research and development will be discussed. Special emphasis
will be given to current and future research opportunities, and to 'what
comes next' in terms of the essential technologies that need to be utilized
to advance further UAS. 

Through Keynote/Plenary addresses, invited and solicited presentations, and
round table discussions, it is expected that the outcome of the Conference
will be a better understanding of what industry, the military and civilian
national and international authorities need, and what are the crucial next
steps that need to be completed before UAS are widely accepted even in
everyday life applications.

Peter van Blyenburgh
President and Founder
Unmanned Vehicle Systems International

Ing. Carmine Cifaldi
Italian Civil Aviation Authority
Director, Aeronautical Products Certification & Regulation

Dr. Naira Hovakimyan
Dept. of Mechanical Science and Engineering Advanced Control
Research Laboratory University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Mark A. Motter, PhD, PE
NASA Langley Research Center

Papers must be submitted electronically through controls.papercept.net. Go
to https://contols.papercept.net. Click on the link "Submit a Contribution
to ICUAS'14 and follow the steps. The paper format must follow IEEE paper
submission rules, two-column format using 12 point fonts, Times New Roman.
The maximum number of pages per paper is 12.

Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit significantly different
versions of the ICUAS'14 papers to the Journal of Intelligent and Robotic
Systems (JINT), which will be published in a JINT Special Volume and in a
Special Volume Book as part of the Springer series on Intelligent Systems,
Control and Automation (ISCA).

February 3, 2014:		Full Papers/ Tutorial Proposals due
April 14, 2014:			Acceptance/rejection notification
May 9, 2014:			Upload final, camera ready papers
April 15 - May 9, 2014: 	Early Registration

Kimon Valavanis, University of Denver, kimon.valavanis at du.edu
YangQuan Chen,   UC Merced, yangquan.chen at ucmerced.edu

Youmin Zhang,    Concordia Univ., ymzhang at encs.concordia.ca
Luis Mejias,        Queensland University of Technology,
luis.mejias at qut.edu.au
James Morrison,  KAIST, james.morrison at kaist.edu

Thank you for your contributions to the ICUAS'14 and look forward to meeting
you at Orlando during May 27-30, 2014

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