[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] CFP: Evolutionary Robotics special session

Jim Tørresen jimtoer at ifi.uio.no
Mon Jul 7 05:59:41 PDT 2014

Dear all,

I invite you and your colleagues to consider submitting your recent results to the Evolutionary Robotics special session (SS-ICES-02) at the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Evolvable Systems, which this year will be held in Orlando between the 9th and 12th December.

Deadline for paper submissions is 15th July (final). Accepted papers will appear in IEEE Xplore.

http://ieee-ssci.org/ (click Paper Submission in the left menu or ICES´14 in the link right menu for conference info)

ICES is the foremost conference on evolution applied to real systems, electronics, antennas, MEMS, optical systems etc. As well as the open call, we also have a number of special sessions this year: Evolutionary Systems for Semiconductor Design, Simulation and Fabrication; Evolutionary Robotics; Future Materials for Evolvable Hardware; Evolution in the Engineering of Physical Devices. As well as all this great technical stuff, there is of course Orlando worth a visit.

Topics of interest for the Evolutionary Robotics special session include (but are not restricted to):
·      Evolution of robot learning and adaptation
·      Evolution of communication, cooperation and competition between robots
·      Co-evolution of robot morphology and robot control giving rise to self-designing, self-reconfigurable, self-repairing and self-reproducing robots
·      Evolution of robot systems aimed at real-world applications as in aerial robotics, space exploration, industry, search and rescue, robot companions, entertainment and games
·      Evolution of controllers on board real robots while being in operation
·      The use of evolution for artistic exploration including robots
·      Evolution applied to shrink the reality-gap between simulation and real performance of robots

I look forward to see your paper(s) being submitted.

Best regards,
Jim Torresen, University of Oslo, Norway

ICES14 Evolutionary robotics special session organizer

Jim Torresen
Department of Informatics
University of Oslo
PO Box 1080 Blindern
N-0316 Oslo
E-mail: jimtoer at ifi.uio.no<mailto:jimtoer at ifi.uio.no>
Phone: +47 2285 2454

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