[robotics-worldwide] [meetings]: Call for Papers: Special Session on Robotics: Tactile and Proximity Sensing @IEEE I2MTC 2020 Extended Submission Deadline
Dear Robotics Community,
at the upcoming IEEE I2MTC a special session on Robotics: Tactile and Proximity Sensing will be organized and the paper submission deadline is extended till 25.11.2019
This special session aims to offer a point of convergence for the different streams pertaining to Tactile and Proximity Sensing, which can be found in today's research and technology landscape. In consumer electronics and entertainment, touch technologies are ubiquitous and recently, touchless technologies are becoming increasingly popular and can be found in many infotainment systems in cars, for example. In Robotics, we expect that Tactile and Proximity Sensing technologies will play an essential role for service and Industrial Robotics as well as for Human-Robot Collaboration and compliant robotics applications in the near future. On the one hand, designs of robotic graspers that include both Tactile and Proximity Sensors allow for novel control strategies for exploration, grasping and manipulation. On the other hand, the sensors will allow safety features to fulfill leading technical specifications such as ISO/TS 15066 for the operation of collaborative robots and improve the autonomy and perception of robotic systems in all fields.
Topics of interest include all aspects of tactile and proximity sensing for robotics related to:
- Proximity Sensors
- Tactile Sensors
- Robotic Skins (architectures)
- Application Domains for Tactile and Proximity Sensors
-- Human-Robot Interaction
-- Human-Robot Collaboration
-- Preshaping and Grasping
-- Haptic Exploration
-- Assistive Robots
-- Collision Avoidance
-- Teleoperation with Proximity Sensing
-- Intuitive Robot Programming, Human-Robot Interface
-- Multi-Modal Control
-- Sensor Fusion
-- Underwater Robotics
-- Bridging from Tactile Perception to Proximity Perception
-- Bio-inspired Robotics
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