[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] 2014 IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts (ARSO 2014)

Torsten Kroeger tkr at stanford.edu
Sat Feb 15 08:41:02 PST 2014


Call for Papers
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2014 IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Robotics
          and its Social Impacts (ARSO 2014)

Evanston, Illinois, USA
September 11-13, 2014

http://www.arso2014.org
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Important Dates
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May 9,  2014  Deadline of paper submissions
Jun 27, 2014  Notification of acceptance
Jul 25, 2014  Deadline of final paper submissions
Aug 29, 2014  Deadline of advanced registration
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Topics
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All cutting-edge robotics technologies, including their business
opportunities, and present and potential impacts on the human world.
Applications of robots are highly encouraged, including, but not limited to
the following:

- manufacturing,
- healthcare and medical applications,
- service and assistance,
- search and rescue,
- entertainment,
- education, and
- common platforms.
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Papers
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Prospective authors should submit papers electronically in PDF format via
PaperPlaza. Six pages in standard IEEE format are allowed for each paper,
including figures. Up to two additional pages are permitted with an extra
charge. Detailed instructions are available on the workshop website.
http://www.arso2014.org
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About ARSO 2014
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The 2014 IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social
Impacts (ARSO2014) will be held on September 11-13, 2014 in Evanston,
Illinois, USA. ARSO is a single track workshop, aiming to provide
world-class researchers, engineers, investors, economists, and
representatives of industry and government with a forum to discuss
cutting-edge robotics technologies, business opportunities, and other
impacts on human society. Topics range from psychological and philosophical
aspects over interaction and communication to technological systems and
architectures. Applications of robots are highly encouraged, including, but
not limited to, manufacturing, healthcare, service and assistance, rescue,
entertainment, and education. The workshop will be held in conjunction with

- IMTS 2014 (International Manufacturing Technology Show 2014) and
- IROS 2014 (International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems),

both of which will take place in downtown Chicago, about one hour away from
Evanston by subway or half an hour by car.
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Contact
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For general inquires:       info at arso2014.org
For paper-related inquires: pc at arso2014.org

Website:                    http://www.arso2014.org
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Organizing Committee
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Katsu Yamane, Disney, USA (General Chair)
Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University, USA (Program Chair)
Takayuki Kanda, ATR, Japan (Program Co-Chair)
George Kantor, Carnegie Mellon University, USA (Program Co-Chair)
Cecilia Laschi, SSSUP, Italy (Program Co-Chair)
Jun Ueda, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA (Publication Chair)
Hartmut Geyer, Carnegie Mellon University, USA (Finance Chair)
Torsten Kroeger, Stanford, USA (Publicity Chair)
Brenna Argall, Northwestern University, USA (Local Arrangements)
Yu Zheng, Disney, USA (Secretary)
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