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Call for papers and submission

 
The congress welcomes paper submissions from researchers, practitioners and students, and will cover myriad topics in intelligent control, autonomous systems and various robots including humanoids, social robotics, cooperative robotics, edutainment robots, service robots, personal robots and computational intelligence. This will include developments and applications in the area of human-robot interaction and its safety aspects, energy autonomy in robotics, computational intelligence, multi-agent robotic systems for services, entertainment, gaming and education.. All contributions will be refereed.
 
 
 
CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS:

Professor Sam S Ge, National University of Singapore, IEEE Fellow, IFAC Fellow

Professor Alois Knoll, Technical University of Munich 

 SPRINGER VERLAG WILL PUBLISH THE 2012 FIRA CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS.
 

 

PAPER SUBMISSION:

Paper Submission: Authors are invited to submit the complete manuscripts in PDF format. Submissions should be as per the LaTex or Word templates. Manuscripts are limited to twelve (12) Springer format pages.Authors are invited to submit the complete manuscripts in PDF format, according to the following instructions for authors.

All full papers (12 pages) will be orally presented. For presentation guideline, please
click here.

In 2012, several papers have been selected as extended abstracts due to the high quality of many papers. They are presented as posters during the poster session.

For poster session, click here.

 

SPECIAL SESSIONS: 

The Congress solicits special session proposals. The special sessions are intended to usher in, in-depth discussions in special areas relevant to the conference theme. The session organizers will coordinate the associated review process. The conference proceedings will include all papers from the special sessions.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:


Submission :  8 April 2012  Final extension :  29 April 2012 ( 23:59, Pacific Standard Time, US)

Acceptance: 25 May 2012

Final Submission : 3 June 2012

 

Please find a PDF copy of the call for paper below.