2007 IURS Forum on Unmanned Robotic Vehicles & Intelligent Systems (URVIS 2007)
Venue: New Delhi
|Event Date/Time: Feb 05, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Apr 01, 2007|
|Paper Submission Date: Apr 01, 2007|
The tentative forum program includes:
• Oral academic research presentations
• Poster paper presentations and exhibits
• Tutorial workshop sessions
• Robotics exhibition
• Student robotics competitions
Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the summit and considered for publication in the IURS Journal of Robotics and Intelligent Systems Research. All submitted papers will be considered for inclusion in the IURS digital library.
Multiple best paper awards will be presented as well.
Topics of interest for the summit include but are not limited to:
1. Robot Design and Architecture.
3. Artificial Intelligence.
4. Modelling, Identification, and Control.
5. Motion Planning and Scheduling.
6. Path Planning.
9. Computer and Machine Vision.
10. Robot Sensing and Data Fusion.
11. Multimedia Robotics.
12. Robot Simulation.
13. Biomimetic Robotics.
14. Teleoperation and Telerobotics.
15. Telemaintenance, Tele-Services, Tele-Medicine.
16. Traffic Telematics.
17. Intelligent Facility Management.
18. Smart E-Commerce Systems.
19. Telematics in Education.
20. Teleoperation in Security Systems.
21. Vehicle Telematics.
22. Aerospace Applications.
23. Agricultural Applications.
24. Intelligent and Adaptive Automotive Systems.
26. Bioscience Applications of Embedded Systems and Robotics.
27. Design Automation.
28. Flight Simulators.
29. Applications in Health Care and Rehabilitation.
30. Industrial Automation.
31. Adaptive Intelligent Transportation and Manufacturing Systems.
32. Medical Robots and Surgical Applications.
33. Satellite Navigation.
34. Personal Robots.
35. Field Robotics.
36. Defence and Homeland Security Systems.
37. Modeling and Simulation of Robots and Intelligent Systems.
38. Manipulation, Grasping, and Dexterous hands.
39. Design of Robotic Mechanisms.
40. Mathematical and Computational Issues in Robotics.
41. Intelligent Robotic Instrumentation and Measurement.
42. Vision and other Non-contact Sensors.
43. Tactile and other Contact Sensing Systems.
44. Sensor Integration, Fusion, and Perception.
45. Image Processing.
46. Analog and Digital Signal Processing.
48. Trajectory Planning, Localization and Navigation.
49. Mobile and Autonomous Robotics.
50. Humanoid Robots.
51. Micro- and Nano-robotics.
52. Cellular, Distributed, and Cooperative Robotics.
53. Multi-Agent Systems.
54. Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems.
55. Human-robot Interface, Integration and Interaction.
56. Advanced Programming Languages and Software Development Environments for Robotics.
57. Unmanned and Autonomous Aerial, Underwater, Space and Ground/Terrestrial Vehicles.
Please visit the URVIS 2007 website for further information, http://www.urvis.org/.