[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Reminder: Call for Papers: Autonomous Industrial Vehicles Workshop, ICRA 2015

Adam Norton anorton at cs.uml.edu
Tue Feb 10 12:56:25 PST 2015

Time is running out to submit papers to the ICRA 2015 workshop: Autonomous
Industrial Vehicles: From the Laboratory to the Factory Floor

Below are the paper details and timeframe and visit
for the full workshop description.  Hope to see you there!

*Submissions *

Submissions for full papers are due on *Monday, February 23, 2015*. Send
your paper to roger.bostelman at nist.gov with the subject [ICRA2014 WS:
Autonomous Industrial Vehicles].

Paper submissions are being solicited, up to 6 pages in length, and
formatted according to the ICRA style Accepted papers will require a 20
minute presentation at the workshop with 5 minutes questions and transition
time. Organizers will also pursue the publication of workshop contributions
through ASTM International or as a special journal issue. The half day
workshop will allow a maximum of 10 slots with one beginning paper
providing ASTM F45 background and performance test developments by the
organizers and one slot allowing open forum discussion of presented papers
towards a joint workshop summary paper moderated by the organizers. The
organizers will appoint a note-taker to capture the final discussions.

*Formatting *

All papers for the workshop must be submitted in PDF format and conform to
ICRA 2015 Proceedings specifications (see

·        Use ICRA Word and Latex templates.

·        4-6 pages including figures and references.

·        All papers must be submitted in a single PDF.

·        20 min talk including 5 min question time will be provided for
accepted papers. Important Dates

·        Full paper submission deadline: February 23, 2015

·        Notification of acceptance: March 20, 2015

·        Final paper submission deadline: April 3, 2015
·        Workshop date: May 30 (Saturday) 8 AM – 12 PM.


-- Adam Norton
Manager, NERVE Center
Designer, Robotics Lab
Instructor, Artbotics
University of Massachusetts Lowell


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