[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] RSS 2014 Workshop on Robotic Monitoring - Call for Contributions

Carrick Detweiler carrick at cse.unl.edu
Mon May 5 11:43:45 PDT 2014

Full-Day Workshop on Robotic Monitoring at RSS 2014, Berkeley

We would like to invite you to contribute to the RSS 2014
Workshop on Robotic Monitoring.

* Website: http://cinaps.usc.edu/rss2014/

* Important Dates:
      Submission of extended abstracts: May 11, 2014 (extended deadline)
      Notification of acceptance: May 13, 2014
      Workshop: July 13, 2014

* Motivation & Objectives:
      By this workshop, we want to stimulate the exchange of
      recent achievements in theory and application among
      researchers working in:
         - environmental monitoring
         - industrial inspection
         - persistent coverage and surveillance
         - and other fields related to robotic monitoring.
      We hope that this will lead the way toward advancing and
      integrating existing and new techniques (including state
      estimation, planning, coordination and decision making)
      for effective real-world robotic and cyber-physical
      systems in monitoring tasks on land, in water and air.

* Author Instructions:
      Participants are invited to submit extended abstracts of
      two pages, describing new and ongoing work or proposing
      future research directions with high relevance to robotic
      The authors of the accepted extended abstracts will have
      the opportunity to give a short talk or present a poster
      at the workshop.
      Please submit your contributions directly via the workshop
      website, http://cinaps.usc.edu/rss2014/.

* Organizers:
      Andreas Breitenmoser (University of Southern California)
      Jörg Müller (University of Southern California)
      Jnaneshwar Das (University of Southern California)
      Carrick Detweiler (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
      Ryan Smith (Fort Lewis College)


Dr. Carrick Detweiler
Assistant Professor
Computer Science and Engineering
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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