[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] ECMR 2015 : Full Programme Announced: Call for Participation

Tom Duckett tduckett at lincoln.ac.uk
Sun Jul 26 03:44:32 PDT 2015


*** Call for Participation ***
7th European Conference on Mobile Robots, ECMR 2015, Sept 2-4, 2015, Lincoln, UK
http://lcas.lincoln.ac.uk/ecmr15

*News: keynote speeches added and full programme announced.*

ECMR is an internationally open biennial European forum, allowing researchers to learn about and discuss the latest accomplishments and innovations in mobile robotics and mobile human-robot systems. ECMR 2015 is the 7th edition of the conference, and will be held in Lincoln, UK.

ECMR is organised in single track to favour discussion and interactions, accompanied with poster sessions and keynote speeches. The full programme is available on the conference website. Papers presented at the conference will be published in IEEE Xplore, and selected authors will be invited to submit expanded and revised versions for a special issue in the journal Robotics and Autonomous Systems.

Technical Sponsor: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.

* Keynote Speakers *

Ingmar Posner (University of Oxford), 'Learning on the Job: Autonomy Based on Experience' – Wednesday 2nd September

Roland Siegwart (ETH Zürich), 'Design and Navigation of Robots that Roll, Run and Fly' – Thursday 3rd September

Maja Pantic (Imperial College London), 'Automatic Analysis of Facial Behaviour' – Friday 4th September

* Registration *

Online registration is available at the conference website.

* Venue *

ECMR 2015 will be located at the University of Lincoln, UK. Besides hosting ECMR, Lincoln is a nice place to visit; a beautiful small city with a castle, which is home to the Magna Carta, and one of the finest medieval cathedrals in Europe. To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, we will be visiting Lincoln Castle on Friday 4th September for the conference farewell and cultural visit. Conference attendees will also be invited to the Opening Reception on Wednesday 2nd September, including robot demonstrations from the co-located Summer School on Long-Term Autonomy for Mobile Robots, and the conference dinner at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Lincoln on Thursday 3rd September. Lunch and coffee breaks are also included in the conference registration fee. More information for visitors can be found at http://www.visitlincoln.com

* Organisation *

Organized By: University of Lincoln, UK

General Chair: Tom Duckett

Program Chair: Adriana Tapus

Programme Committee: L. Adouane, A. Agudo Martínez, D. Belter, J.L. Blanco, S. Bogdan, F. Bonsignorio, H.J. Böhme, P. Checchin, A. Chella, J. Civera, A. Corominas-Murtra, A.C. Murillo, R. Cupec, M. Dakulovic, E. Demeester, J. Dias, R. Dillmann, S. Doncieux, D. Filliat, T. Fraichard, S. Frintrop, E. Frontoni, C. Galindo, A. Gepperth, S. Ghidoni, C. Grand, H.M. Gross, R. Gross, D. Gu, N. Hawes, D. Holz, V. Hugel, L. Iocchi, A. Kasinski, Z. Kovacic, S. Lacroix, T. Laue, M. Magnusson, A. Marjovi, L. Marques, A. Mehdi, E. Menegatti, L. Merino, A. Nüchter, I. Palunko, L.P. Reis, D. Paulus, R. Philippsen, A. Pretto, A. Saffiotti, C. Schröter, B. Siemiatkowska, F. Stulp, J. Stückler, C. Stachniss, P. Trahanias, M. Vincze, M. Whitty

Local Organizing Committee: Nicola Bellotto, Grzegorz Cielniak, Marc Hanheide, Oscar Martinez Mozos

Conference Board: Adam Borkowski, Wolfram Burgard, Primo Zingaretti, Juan Andrade Cetto, Udo Frese

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Professor Tom Duckett
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University of Lincoln
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