[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] CFP : Invited sessions in ICARCV14

Philippe Martinet Philippe.Martinet at irccyn.ec-nantes.fr
Mon Apr 14 21:10:32 PDT 2014

You are invited to submit your paper to the following sessions at 
ICARCV'14 to be held in Singapore in December 2014 

Invited Session on Advanced Perception, Localization and Control for Ground Robots and Vehicles
    organised by Philippe MARTINET, Fawzi NASHASHIBI, Anne Spalanzani, Philippe Bonnifait, Christian Laugier
    For details, loginID and password please contact Fawzi NASHASHIBI at fawzi.nashashibi at inria.fr

Invited Session on Mobile Cooperative Robotic Systems in Cooperation
    organised by Fawzi NASHASHIBI, Philippe MARTINET and Philippe BONNIFAIT
    For details, loginID and password please contact Fawzi NASHASHIBI at fawzi.nashashibi at inria.fr


CALL FOR PAPERS (http://www.icarcv.org/2014)
The 13th International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and 
Vision, ICARCV 2014, will be held in Singapore in December 2014. The 
conference is organised by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 
and technically co-sponsored by (to be confirmed) IEEE Control Systems 
Society, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and IEEE Systems, Man and 
Cybernetics Society. ICARCV focuses on both theory and applications 
mainly covering the topics of control, automation, robotics and computer 
vision. In addition to the technical sessions, there will be invited 
sessions, panel sessions and keynote addresses.

Proceedings of past ICARCVs have been indexed by ISI Proceedings, EI 
Compendex and included in the IEEE Xplore.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Control: Adaptive control; Robust control; Process control; Complex 
systems; Co-operative control; Identification and estimation; Nonlinear 
systems; Intelligent systems; Discrete event systems; Hybrid systems; 
Networked control systems; Sensor networks; Delay systems; Neural 
networks; Fuzzy systems; Control of biological systems; Precision motion 
control; Control applications; Control engineering education; Marine 
systems; Data analytics. Automation: Man-machine interactions; Process 
automation; Intelligent automation; Factory modeling and simulation; 
Home, laboratory and service automation; Network-based systems; 
Planning, scheduling and coordination; Nano-scale automation and 
assembly; Instrumentation systems; Biomedical instrumentation and 
applications; Building energy efficiency. Robotics: Modeling and 
identification; Robot control; Mobile robotics; Mobile sensor networks; 
Perception systems; Micro robots and micro-manipulation; Visual 
servoing; Search, rescue and field r obotics; Robot sensing and data 
fusion; Localization, navigation and mapping; Dexterous manipulation; 
Medical robots and bio-robotics; Human centered systems; Space and 
underwater robots; Tele-robotics; Mechanism design and applications. 
Vision: Image/video analysis; Image-based modeling; Stereo and Structure 
from motion; Feature extraction, grouping and segmentation; Scene 
analysis; Object recognition; Learning and Statistical methods; 
Human-computer interaction; Tracking and surveillance; Biometrics; 
Vision for robots; Activity/behavior recognition; Medical Image 
Analysis; Face and Gesture.

Paper Submission:
Papers must be written in English and should describe original work in 
details. Please download the template from the conference website and 
submit the full papers online at http://www.icarcv.org/2014 by 30 April, 
2014. Proposals for invited sessions will be submitted online at the 
same web address. Upon acceptance, authors are required to register and 
present their papers at the conference. Papers which make outstanding 
contributions to the relevant topics will be considered for best paper 

Important Dates:
Deadline for Full Paper & Invited Session Proposal submission 30 April 2014
Notification of Acceptance 30 July 2014
Deadline for Camera Ready Manuscript Submission 1 September 2014
Deadline for Authors' Registration 1 September 2014

Keynote Speeches
Towards Semantic Visual SLAM
Prof. Ian Reid, School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide, 
Towards a Theory of Robot Motor Control
Prof. Frank Park, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Seoul 
National University, South
Control and Coordination of Multi-Robot Teams
Professor Magnus Egerstedt, Department of Electrical and Computer 
Engineering, Georgia Institute of
Technology, USA

Philippe Martinet
Professor at Ecole Centrale de Nantes
Researcher at IRCCYN (CNRS joint unit) in Nantes
Associated Researcher at Pascal Institute in Clermont-Ferrand (CNRS 
joint unit)

Phone: +33 240 376 975, Sec : +33 240 376 934
Philippe.Martinet at irccyn.ec-nantes.fr
Office 512


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