*First Call For Works-In-Progress*
*International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR) 2011*
November 24-25, 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The International Conference on Social Robotics brings researchers and practitioners together to report on and discuss the state-of-the-art research in the field of social robotics. The conference focuses particularly on social interaction between humans and robots, the integration of robots into our society, and the design of next generation social robot interfaces and systems.
The theme of the 2011 conference is "Alive!" It expresses the vitality of the social robotics research, paying particular attention to the development of robots that appear increasingly social -- the point that people perceive them to be alive. The conference aims to foster discussion on the development of computational models, robotic embodiments, and behavior that enable robots to act socially and the impact that social robots have on people and their social and physical environment.
The *Works-In-Progress* track welcomes research contributions in early stages of development. The four-page contributions will be made available to the attendees of the conference in the conference USB drive, but will not be archived, thus, allowing authors to maintain the copyright of their work until full publication. The WIP presentations will be made in the form of brief talks and optionally as poster presentations.
Dr. Tomotaka Takahashi, /Robot Designer and Professor/
Tomotaka Takahashi creates, designs, and invents unique and original humanoids (Ropid, FT, Chroino, Neon). His passion for the cutting edge in robotics brings him into collaborations with other leaders in the field, researchers and corporations.
Mr. Ken MacLeod, /Science Fiction Writer/
Ken MacLeod is the multiple award-winning author of many science fiction novels, including the "Fall Revolution" quartet (collected in the twin omnibuses "Fractions and Divisions"), the "Engines of Light" trilogy (Cosmonaut Keep, Dark Light, and Engine City), and several stand-alone novels including "Newton's Wake", "Learning the World", and the recent "The Restoration Game". Born on the Scottish isle of Skye, he lives in Edinburgh.
Sam Ge (National University of Singapore, Singapore), Chair
Maja Mataric (University of South California, USA)
Haizhou Li (A*Star, Singapore)
Jong-Hwan Kim (KAIST, Korea)
Vanessa Evers (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Jaap Ham (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Takayuki Kanda (ATR IRC, Japan)
Christoph Bartneck (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Bilge Mutlu (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Martin Saerbeck (A*STAR, Singapore)
Design Competition Chair:
Henrik Scharfe (Aalborg University, Denmark)
Adrian Tay Hwang Jian (A*STAR, Singapore)
Dana Kulic (University of Waterloo, Canada)
John-John Cabibihan (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Astrid Weiss (University of Salzburg, Austria)
Birna van Reimsdijk (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
David van der Pol (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)
Submissions must be made in the PDF format and follow the Springer LNCS style for the layout. Templates for MS Word and LaTeX are available on the conference website. Late-breaking results are limited to *four* A4 sized pages. The reports will be included in the conference program but not archived, thus, allowing the authors to hold the copyright of their work.
WIP Submissions: September 15, 2011
Notification of acceptance: October 1, 2011
Camera-ready submission: October 15, 2011
Conference: November 24-25, 2011
Full details can be found on the conference website (http://www.icsr2011.org).
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