Deadline November 13, 2009

ISR/Robotik 2010 - Call for Papers


The joint conference of the 41st International Symposium on Robotics (ISR 2010) and the 6th German Conference on Robotics (ROBOTIK 2010) takes place in the International Congress Centre Munich in Germany from June 7 to 9, 2010. The joint conference is organized in conjunction with the robotics exhibition AUTOMATICA which will be held June 8-11, 2010.

The International Symposium on Robotics (ISR) is the world’s first-established international conference in the field of robotics. It is the global robotic summit for the international robotics community, providing perfect opportunity for scientists, engineers and industry to present their pioneering works. In addition, ISR 2010 is the best market place for networking and cultivating contacts in robotics worldwide.

The Call for Papers for the 41st International Symposium on Robotics 2010 has been released. Please, consider to participate.

Contributions related to the following topics of interest are welcome:

 1. Research and Development
- modelling, planning and control
- mechanisms and kinematics
- calibration and identification
- benchmarking / experimental practices


2. Components & Technologies
- vision / tactile / auditory sensors
- visual servoing and tracking
- actuators and controllers
- robot end-effectors / robot infrastructure


3. Robotics in Production / Industrial Robots
- assembly, handling, painting, machining,
  processing, logistics, etc.
- robot programming and languages
- intelligent manufacturing systems
- safe human-robot-cooperation /
  cooperating robots
- new applications

4. Robotics in Service / Mobile Robotics
- home & office robotics
- SR for professional services
- rescue / surveillance / security /
  defence robotics
- assistance / rehabilitation /medical robotics
- entertainment robotics
- exploration / space /aerial / underwater
   robotics


5. Robotics in New Markets & Applications 
- food / pharmaceutical / biology robotics
- micro / nano robotics
- cognitive robotics / learning and adaptive
  systems / network and ubiquitous robotics
- biological inspired robotics: humanoids /
  biomimetics / legged robots


6. Economic, Social, Educational and Environmental Issues
- standards / safety / profitability / ergonomics/
  socio- economis / educational robots & tools
 

 For more information please refer to: http://www.isr-robotik-2010.com/ 

 

 




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