[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Call for papers: SICE 2019 OS: Towards Adaptive Robotic Grasping and Manipulation

Satoshi Makita makita at sasebo.ac.jp
Tue Feb 12 06:45:32 PST 2019

SICE Annual Conference 2019 in Hiroshima

Organized Session: Towards Adaptive Robotic Grasping and Manipulation

Date: Sep. 10th - 13rd

Location: Hiroshima, Japan

Contact: makita at sasebo.ac.jp

Feb. 27th : Tentative title and presenter (send to the organizer)

Mar. 15th : Submission deadline 

Jun. 1st : Acceptance notification

>>> Overview and topics

   Grasping and manipulation have been attractive research areas in 
robotics for a long term, and also been expected to be applied to not 
only factory automation but also other scenes such as housework.
To implement adaptive grasping and dexterous manipulation for various 
targets in the complicated environments, it requires robust perception, 
intelligent strategies, flexible motion planning, compliant 
end-effectors, tolerance for control uncertainties, control robots with 
rich sensing, and also basic theories and algorithms.
These components for promising robotic manipulation are to be integrated.
This session will address novel approaches for all aspects of robotic 
grasping and manipulation, including,

- Modeling of grasping and manipulation
- Algorithms and theories of grasping and manipulation
- Contact and tactile analyses
- Dexterous manipulation
- Object perception with machine learning
- Grasping and motion planning
- Control of manipulators and hands
- Mechanical design and mechanism of dexterous robot hand
- Sensors for grasping and manipulation

Those researchers who fully intend to contribute to the field and 
societies will give profound insights into the technical topics on 
robotic manipulation.

>>>   Session organizers

Satoshi Makita, National Institute of Technology, Sasebo College
Takeshi Takaki, Hiroshima University
Mizuho Shibata, Kindai University

The SICE Annual Conference 2019 accepts two types of submissions for 
review. Both regular and position papers can be included in an organized 

Regular paper:
Full papers (6 pages in conference format) must be submitted for review. 
The accepted papers will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

Position paper:
Extended abstracts (2-4 pages in conference format) must be submitted 
for review. This category is provided for authors who want to present a 
timely review of research, a case study, and so on. This type of paper 
will NOT be included in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

# Satoshi Makita
#   National Institute of Technology, Sasebo College
#   Tel/Fax: +81-956-34-8493  mailto: makita at sasebo.ac.jp
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