[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] IEEE SMC 2015 workshop: The Human-in-the-Loop Workshop: BMI, Haptics, Big Data, and Shared Control

Chavarriaga Lozano Ricardo ricardo.chavarriaga at epfl.ch
Wed Mar 25 03:45:38 PDT 2015


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We apologize in advance if you receive multiple copies of this CFP.
Deadline: Apr 15th, 2015
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5th Workshop on Brain-Machine Interfaces Systems
The Human-in-the-Loop Workshop: BMI, Haptics, Big Data, and Shared Control
http://go.epfl.ch/cfp_bmi_smc2015

2015 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics
October 9-12, 2015, Hong Kong. http://www.smc2015.org<http://www.smc2015.org/>

Important Dates

April 15, 2015: Deadline for submission of full-length papers to special sessions.
June 1, 2015: Acceptance/Rejection Notification.
July 10, 2015: Author registration deadline.
July 20, 2015: Camera-ready submission deadline.

Call for papers

Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMI) systems offer the possibility of a new generation of multidisciplinary technologies that allow users to directly control devices via the nervous system. Successful realization of such approaches requires seamless interaction of the human and the machine, involving not only the decoding of the (neural) control signals but also efficient means to provide information back to the user (e.g. haptics). Furthermore the use of shared control principles, allowing the cooperation between the adaptive intelligent systems and the user greatly improves the system performance. The goal of this workshop is to facilitate the interaction and intellectual exchange between all researchers, developers and consumers of this technology.

Special sessions

Like previous years, the workshop will be composed of multiple special sessions, as listed below.

BMI and advanced interaction for automotive applications. Contact: Ricardo Chavarriaga, EPFL <ricardo.chavarriaga at epfl.ch<mailto:ricardo.chavarriaga at epfl.ch>>
Computational intelligence and machine learning for BCI.  Contact: Dongrui Wu, GE Global Research  USA <drwu09 at gmail.com<mailto:drwu09 at gmail.com>>
Multimodal Brain Computer Interface and Physiological Computing. Contact: Vinod Prasad, Nanyang Tech U, Singapore <ASVinod at ntu.edu.sg<mailto:ASVinod at ntu.edu.sg>>
Real World Applications of Brain-Computer Interface Systems. Contact: Vinod Prasad, Nanyang Tech U, Singapore <ASVinod at ntu.edu.sg<mailto:ASVinod at ntu.edu.sg>>
Robotic exoskeletons with bioinspired Skills. Contact: José M. Azorín, Miguel Hernandez University Elche, Spain <jm.azorin at umh.es<mailto:jm.azorin at umh.es>>
Robotics, Human Machine Interface, and Haptics.  Contact: Saeid Nahavandi, Deakin U., Australia  <saeid.nahavandi at deakin.edu.au<mailto:saeid.nahavandi at deakin.edu.au>>
Shared control. Contact: Tom Carlson, UCL, UK <t.carlson at ucl.ac.uk<mailto:t.carlson at ucl.ac.uk>>
User training in EEG-based Brain-Computer Interfaces. Contact: Fabien Lotte, Inria Bourdeaux <fabien.lotte at inria.fr<mailto:fabien.lotte at inria.fr>>

You can see the specific descriptions of the sessions here: http://www.smc2015.org/special_sessions<http://www.smc2015.org/special_sessions>

Submission

Manuscripts should be submitted through the SMC submission system. Please pay attention to clearly indicate which session your paper is intended for.  Papers submitted to a Special Session should NOT be submitted in duplication to any other regular or special session. We would appreciate if you contact the organizers for arrangement of submission in the first instance and ease organisational issues.

All submitted papers will undergo the same review process (three completed reviews per paper). The technical reviewers will be members of the SMC Program Committee and qualified peer-reviewers to be nominated by the organisers. Accepted papers will be published  in the proceedings of the SMC 2015 conference and indexed in IEEExplore.

Organizers

The workshop is co-organized by the IEEE SMC TC on Brain Machine Intterface systems and the IEEE SMC TC on Shared Control.

IEEE SMC TC on Brain-Machine Interface
http://ieeesmc.org/technical-activities/human-machine-systems/brain-machine-interface-systems

Ricardo Chavarriaga, EPFL, Switzerland <ricardo.chavarriaga at epfl.ch<mailto:ricardo.chavarriaga at epfl.ch>>
Jack W. Judy, University of Florida, USA <jack.judy at ieee.org<mailto:jack.judy at ieee.org>>
Seong-Whan Lee, Korea University <swlee at image.korea.ac.kr<mailto:swlee at image.korea.ac.kr>>
Vinod A Prasad, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore <ASVinod at ntu.edu.sg<mailto:ASVinod at ntu.edu.sg>>
Michael H. Smith, University of California, Berkeley, USA <m.h.smith at ieee.org<mailto:m.h.smith at ieee.org>>


IEEE SMC TC on Shared Control
http://www.ieeesmc.org/technical-activities/human-machine-systems/shared-control<http://www.ieeesmc.org/technicalcommittess/tc_shc.html>

David Abbink, PhD, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands <D.A.Abbink at TUDelft.NL<mailto:D.A.Abbink at TUDelft.NL>>
Tom Carlson, University College London, UK <T.Carlson at ucl.ac.uk<mailto:T.Carlson at ucl.ac.uk>>
Mark Mulder, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands <Mark.Mulder at TUDelft.NL<mailto:Mark.Mulder at TUDelft.NL>>

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Looking forward to see you all in Hong Kong. More information:
BMI workshop CFP: http://go.epfl.ch/cfp_bmi_smc2015
SMC Conference: http://smc2015.org/






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