[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] CFP: International Symposium on Multi-Robot and Multi-Agent Systems, Dec 4-5, 2017, Los Angeles *Updated submission deadline*

Dylan Shell dshell at tamu.edu
Mon May 22 07:13:55 PDT 2017


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The International Symposium on Multi-Robot and Multi-Agent Systems is an
initiative of the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Multi-Robot Systems, and
is technically co-sponsored by IEEE. The goal is to convene researchers in
multi-robot systems (MRS) and multi-agent systems (MAS) to cross-fertilize
ideas in a single-track conference. The intent of the conference is to
bring MRS and MAS researchers together with a high-quality symposium to
highlight the top advances in multi-robot and multi-agent research.

Final Submission Deadline: June 10 *Updated and firm*
Acceptance Notification: September 2

Topics of interest include:
   - Modeling and Control of MRS/MAS
   - Optimal Control and Optimization Methods for MRS/MAS
   - Bio-Inspired MRS and Swarm Intelligence/Robotics
   - Distributed Perception and Estimation in MRS/MAS
   - Planning and Decision Making for MRS/MAS
   - Physical Interaction in/with MRS/MAS
   - Cooperative/Collective Learning in MRS/MAS
   - AI of Large Scale Systems
   - Applications of MRS
   - Technological and Methodological Issues
   - MRS for Cooperative Manipulation
   - Micro/Nano Scale MRS
   - Operating Systems and Cloud Technology for MRS
   - Communication in MRS/MAS
   - Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking in MRS/MAS
   - Human-robot and Human-agent interaction
   - Game theoretic approaches for MAS/MRS
   - Teamwork, team formation, teamwork analysis

All accepted papers will be presented within technical sessions. The
program will include inspiring keynote talks, tutorials, and a student
poster session, in addition to social events to promote networking among
peers.

AUTHOR INFORMATION

Contributed papers should describe high-quality, original work, and should
be no more than 6 pages in length (not including references). Selected
contributions will be invited to submit an extended version to a special
journal issue following the conference.

Prospective authors are invited to view formatting details and to
contribute their original papers through the online submission page
available from https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__multirobotsystems.org_mrs2017&d=DwIFaQ&c=clK7kQUTWtAVEOVIgvi0NU5BOUHhpN0H8p7CSfnc_gI&r=0w3solp5fswiyWF2RL6rSs8MCeFamFEPafDTOhgTfYI&m=SBL4EsOi7KN0srmRsbpX3Wsnymhdqyb9pEsf5oq9_sk&s=0T3uxQf_LdjFVmHdsajecCUIMukTiEGgRzpPj-WAMH8&e= 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
  Sonia Martínez (UC San Diego)
  Ayanna Howard (Georgia Tech)

CONFERENCE CHAIRS
  Gaurav S. Sukhatme (University of Southern California, USA)
  Nora Ayanian (University of Southern California, USA)

ADVISORY BOARD
  Magnus Egerstedt (Georgia Tech, USA)
  David Hsu (National University of Singapore)
  Vijay Kumar (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
  Alcherio Martinoli (EPFL, Switzerland)
  Lynne E. Parker (University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA)
  Daniela Rus (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
  Chris Amato (Northeastern University, USA)
  M. Ani Hsieh  (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
  Lorenzo Sabattini (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)
  Antonio Franchi (LAAS-CNRS, France)
  Robert Fitch (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
  Paolo Robuffo Giordano (IRISA-CNRS, France)
  Dylan A. Shell (Texas A&M University, USA)

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