[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Call for Young Roboticists Workshop at Humanoids'2016, Cancun, México
Eduardo Bayro Corrochano
edb at gdl.cinvestav.mx
Mon Sep 26 08:36:13 PDT 2016
International Conference on Humanoid Robots
1st Young Roboticists Workshop:
Developing the Future of Robotics
November 15, Westin Resort & Spa, Cancun, México
Call for Contributions
The 1st Young Roboticists Workshop, will be held in Cancun, Mexico, as
part of the IEEE-RAS International Conference of Humanoid Robots. This
Workshop is organized and supported by Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus
Guadalajara, Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, Universidad Autónoma
del Carmen and INTEL México.
This workshop, will be a forum for exchanging scientific and applied
results, projects and experiences of young people that work in related
areas to robotics, as well as sharing new knowledge, and increasing the
co-operation between research groups, schools, universities and
companies in robotics, computer vision, unnamed aerial vehicles and
related areas, in Mexico and other countries. The main goal of this
event is to present and discuss the most advanced and successful
robotics projects of young roboticist undergraduate students.
Humanoids 2016, is a unique opportunity to these young students to
present their work, to worldwide experts in robotics and receive direct
feedback from others students, professors to improve their design,
algorithms and control among others. Additionally, the students will
have an extraordinary opportunity to discuss about the state of the art
in robotics, software, OS, sensors, etc. Young practitioners of high
schools, colleges and bachelor programs are invited to submit their
projects, the registration of the teams is free of charge.
All the presented works in the 1st Young Roboticists Workshop, will be
evaluated and the best three will be awarded in base of functionality,
originality and science contribution. A group of experts will evaluate
and decide who the winners are.
The developers are invited to submit contributions including, but not
limited to the following areas:
Robotic Systems for society
Computer Vision for Robotics
UAV’s, quad rotors and swarms
General Robotic Projects
Contribution Submission and Review Process
All the 5 A4-pages (maximum), one column format, short papers must be
submitted preferably in English (Spanish is allowed), and must contain a
description of the project, simulations, real time implementation, test
results, won prizes, if it is the case, and all the extra information to
submit a strong proposal. All submissions will be peer reviewed by the
Scientific Committee, for originality, technical content and relevance.
The contributions must be sent in PDF format to the email:
apetrilli at pampano.unacar.mx
Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors, and
maximum three, to register and to present the communication at the
workshop, if it is accepted.
Dr. Eduardo Moya-Sánchez Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, México.
Dr. Oscar Carbajal-Espinosa, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus
Dr. Alberto Petrilli-Barceló, Universidad Autónoma del Carmen, Cd. Del
Dr. Julio Zamora-Esquivel, Intel Labs, México.
Contribution Submission Deadline: October 15, 2016.
Notification of acceptance: October 20, 2016.
Fees: This is a free workshop for undergraduate students, if their
project is accepted. The accepted teams to the workshop could
participate in the talks and paper presentation of the main conference
for free. The lunch is not included, so we recommend participants to
take precautions on this
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