[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Call for papers: IAS-15 workshop on "Robot Perception of Humans"

Jun Miura jun.miura at tut.jp
Fri Mar 16 02:47:40 PDT 2018


      Call for Papers: Workshop on Robot Perception of Humans

            Baden-Baden, Germany -- June 11th, 2018

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                 In conjunction with IAS-15
       (The 15th Int. Conf. on Intelligent Autonomous Systems)

There is an increasing demand for robots and intelligent systems that
co-exist with and support humans in their everyday life. A key to
realize such robots and systems is reliable perception of humans. They
can behave intelligently and effectively by reliably detecting humans
and understanding their behaviors, identities, and physical/mental
states.

Visual and sensor-based perception of humans has been an important
research area in robotics, and its application area is expanding,
accelerated by recent progress of machine learning algorithms and deep
neural networks. This full-day workshop brings together researchers and
industry engineers working on novel approaches and applications /
practical applications of perception of humans.

The goal of the workshop is to recognize the state-of-the-art of human
perception research and to discuss its future directions and potential
application scenarios. The workshop consists of several invited talks
by leading researchers and oral and poster presentations of
contributed papers.

Research and application papers are solicited in, but not limited to,
the following area topics:
      - human detection and tracking
      - person re-identification
      - human pose estimation
      - face detection and recognition
      - gesture recognition
      - human anomaly detection for care and service robots
      - human behavior analysis and surveillance
      - human-robot interaction and collaboration
      - perception of humans for mobile robots and self-driving cars
      - deep learning-based approaches to perception of humans
      - systems and software tools for perception of humans
      - human detection and recognition in/for industrial scenarios

Selected contributed papers are to be invited to a special issue on
"robot perception of humans" of Robotics journal (ISSN 2218-6581)

Important dates:
	  Apr 15: Deadline of submission of contributed papers
	  May  8: Notification of acceptance
	  May 22: Submission of camera ready papers
	  Jun 11: Workshop held at IAS-15

Organizers:

	Jun Miura (chair, Toyohashi University of Technology)
	Emanuele Menegatti (University of Padua)
	Nicola Bellotto (University of Lincoln)
	Stefano Ghidoni (University of Padua)

-- 
Prof. Jun Miura, Dr.Eng.
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Toyohashi University of Technology
[phone] +81-532-44-6773 (direct-in) [facsimile] +81-532-44-6757


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