[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] DEADLINE EXTENSION: First IEEE International Workshop on Semantic Robotics (January 30 - February 1, 2017 - San Diego, CA, USA)

Daniela D'Auria dauria.daniela at gmail.com
Fri Nov 25 05:19:39 PST 2016


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IEEE ICSC-SR 2017 -  *NEW PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: December 8, 2016*
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First IEEE International Workshop on Semantic Robotics (SR 2017)

January 30 - February 1, 2017
Catamaran Resort Hotel & Spa
San Diego, CA, USA
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** DEADLINE EXTENSION: December 8, 2016 **

CALL FOR PAPERS

Semantic Robotics aims to develop methods to build computer-based systems
by exploiting robotic capabilities, such as robot vision, learning,
language understanding, etc. Robotics and Automation involve designing and
implementing intelligent machines which can do work too dirty, too
dangerous, too precise or too tedious for human beings. Semantics is the
study of meaning instead, and within computer science it is closely related
to Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence. The main topic
of this workshop, ranging from mechatronics and control software to the
semantic web technologies and natural language dialogs, deals with the
field of Semantic Robotics. Furthermore, most mobile robotic systems use
internal representations of the gathered information that is not
intuitively understandable by human beings and that is inadequate for
learning from commonly available sources. The combination of object/place
classification and common-sense knowledge to semantic maps found its way
into indoor semantic mapping approaches, in order to improve human-robot
interaction. The aim is to pass complex task settings to the robot, so that
it guides the search for the solution itself. Thus, this workshop aims at
showing some concrete heterogeneous solutions applying semantic techniques
in robotics and automation, in order both to facilitate high-level
interfacing and/or to better support human-robot interaction. The workshop
seeks submissions from academia, government, and industry presenting novel
research results in all practical and theoretical aspects of Semantic
Robotics.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

   * Semantic Maps for Robotics
   * Semantic Robot Vision
   * Artificial Intelligence
   * Natural Language Processing
   * Robotics and Automation Software
   * Robot Navigation Framework
   * Semantic Segmentation
   * Object Recognition




COMMITTEES

Program Chair
 Daniela D`Auria
 Giovanni Pilato
Program Committee
 Tamara Bonaci
  Fausto Ferreira
Publicity Chair
 Fabio Persia



SUBMISSIONS

Manuscripts must be written (6 pages maximum, all included) in English and
follow the instructions in the Manuscript Formatting and Templates page
given in ICSC 2017 website at the "Submission" section. Papers must be
original and not be submitted to or accepted by any other conference or
journal. Only electronic submission will be accepted. Technical paper
authors MUST submit their manuscripts through Easychair. Manuscripts may
only be submitted in PDF format. Each paper will be peer-reviewed. Papers
accepted by the workshop will be published in the conference proceedings
published by IEEE Computer Society Press. The Conference Proceedings will
be published by IEEE Computer Society Press. Distinguished quality papers
presented at the conference will be selected for publication in
internationally renowned journals.


IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: *December 8, 2016.*
Camera Ready Deadline: December 30, 2016.


CONTACT: For any question regarding the workshop please contact the
organizers at daniela.dauria4 at unina.it and pilato at pa.icar.cnr.it


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