[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] AMAM(Adaptive Motions in Animals and Machines) 2015 in Boston - Abstract deadline on March 10th
sangbae at mit.edu
Mon Mar 2 17:16:41 PST 2015
The organizing team (MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab) invites you to
participate in the AMAM (Adaptive Motions in Animals and Machines) 2015
Meeting, to be held *June 21-25, 2015*, at MIT Cambridge, MA, USA. You can
check our confirmed speakers at https://amam2015.mit.edu.
The AMAM is a medium-size, single-track meeting (typically 80-120
participants). We aim to create a stimulating interactions and fruitful
discussions amongst participants from various fields. Ideally, by the
interdisciplinary character of the symposium, participants can widen their
perspective, which might stimulate new ideas and approaches which,
hopefully, lead to advancements in the field of adaptive motions of animals
We invite to submit short abstracts for oral presentations and poster
presentations (see details: https://amam2015.mit.edu). A short description
for your podium presentations and poster presentations are due *March
10th. *Additionally, suggestions for tutorials on topics related to
adaptive motions in biology and robotics are very welcome.
Auke Ijspeert, Andre Seyfarth, Barry Trimmer, Koh Hosoda, Matthew
Haberland, Monica Daley, Sangbae Kim
Please forward this announcement to colleagues who may be interested in
attending this meeting. Looking forward to seeing you in Boston!
Please contact Sangbae Kim (email: sangbae at mit.edu) for any inquiries.
AMAM organizing team
Sangbae Kim, Ph.D
Associate professor of Mechanical Engineering
Biomimetic robotics lab
Massachusetts institute of Technology
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