Autonomous and Rehabilitation Robotics CFP

International Journal of Swarm and Computational Intelligence
Special Issue: Autonomous and Rehabilitation Robotics
Call for Papers
Autonomous and Rehabilitation Robotics aims at the development of novel robotic solutions for unmanned environments and in medical field for assisted motor therapy.
The Autonomous Robotics will cover the theory and applications of robotic systems capable of self-sufficiency. It may include papers that cover performance of actual robots in the real world. Coverage will include: control problems of autonomous robots, computational architectures for autonomous systems' control and adaptation, studies of autonomous robotic terrain mapping, signal processed smart methodologies, sensor fusion and theory of autonomous systems.
The Rehabilitation Robotics will cover the robot-mediated therapy, which may emphasize the central role of the patient during the motor exercise. This poses major technical challenges for the design of safe and effective robotic platforms. This special issue invites researchers working on the theoretical, technological and experimental aspects of design, development, and validation of novel rehabilitation robotic systems.
▶ Rehabilitation robot in intelligent home environment ▶ Neuro-robotics ▶ Biomechatronics and biomedical robotics ▶ Hapto-surgical/medical systems ▶ Haptic sensors and renderers ▶ Human-computer interaction ▶ Interaction and collaboration between robots, humans and environments ▶ Tele-haptics and tele-operations ▶ Applications: e-health applications, rehabilitation, haptic gaming, entertainment, social robotics, e-learning.
Call for Papers    August 15, 2011 Manuscript submission deadline    November 15, 2011 First review    December 31, 2011 Final review    February 15, 2012 Online publication    March 2012
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