[robotics-worldwide] Reminder - Call for papers - ISRR 2011 (deadline April 15)
Call for Papers
15th International Symposium on Robotics Research
28 August - 1 September 2010
Deadline for paper submissions: April 15, 2011
Submission of camera-ready papers: July 1, 2011
Notification of paper acceptance: May 31, 2011
The goal of the ISRR Symposia is to bring together active leading robotics
researchers and pioneers from academia, government, and industry to assess and
share their views and ideas about the state of the art in robotics, and to
discuss promising new avenues for future research. All participants are kindly
asked to convey the single track and highly interactive spirit of ISRR and take
part in all sessions so that a stimulating and dynamic discussion can be
established. As the flagship symposium of the International Foundation of
Robotics Research (IFRR), this 15th edition of ISRR follows up on a long history
of extraordinary meetings.
The Symposium will be held in an informal setting with a limited number of
participants to encourage close technical and personal interactions. During the
there-day Symposium, approximately 45 papers will be presented. The meeting will
be organized as a single track meeting, and contributions that cover all aspects
of robotics research are solicited. Sessions will be organized in themes, and
all sessions will provide ample opportunity for discussion. As in previous
years, the proceedings of the Symposium will be published as a Springer STAR
series book. Attendance will be limited. Priority is given to authors and
The symposium will be held in Flagstaff Arizona a beautiful city close to the
Grand Canyon. Flagstaff is easy to reach through Denver or Phoenix.
Papers representing authoritative reviews of established research areas as well
as papers reporting on new areas and pioneering work are sought for presentation
at the Symposium. In addition to the open call, a well selected number of
leading researchers will be solicited to contribute by personal invitation.
Each submission will be reviewed by members of the Symposium Program Committee.
The quality of the papers and the related presentations are a central priority
for ISRR. Authors new to ISRR are particularly encouraged to submit.
Papers must be submitted in LaTeX format according to the template for the
Springer STAR series proceedings downloadable from the submission web page.
Papers may not exceed 16 pages in this format. All papers must be submitted
electronically in PDF format through the online submission system found on the
symposium web page.
See www.isrr-2011.org for further details.
Henrik I. Christensen, Ph.D. - KUKA Chair of Robotics
Director - Robotics and Intelligent Machines @ Georgia Tech (RIM@GT)
Distinguished Professor - Interactive Computing, College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology, 801 Atlantic Dr #216, Atlanta, GA 30332-0280, USA
Phone: +1 404 889 2500, Email: [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> URL: www.robotics.gatech.edu<http://www.robotics.gatech.edu>