CFP: Special Session on Biologically Inspired Robotics

ISORA 2008 Call for Papers Special Session on Biologically Inspired Robotics The 12th International Symposium on Robotics and Applications of the
World Automation Congress (WAC 2008) http://wacong.org 28 September - 2 October 2008 Waikoloa, Hawaii
The biological mechanisms of living organisms can serve as inspiration for robot systems. Building robots using the designs observed to be successful in nature can reduce development effort and allow the system to be specialized for specific tasks and adaptive to changes in its capabilities and the environment. This special session is intended to bring together a group of researchers who are interested in biologically inspired robotics. Any research in this area is of interest; some specific examples may be:
Autonomous robots Evolving morphology Humanoid robots Legged robots Locomotion design Motion control Multi-sensor fusion Sensor placement Self-organizing systems
Full paper (4 - 6 pages) submissions in PDF should be made at the WAC 2008 website by 20 February 2008. See the Author's Kit (http:// wacong.org/authorskit.html) for format instructions, templates, and submission procedures. Please also email your submission to Gary Parker at snipped-for-privacy@conncoll.edu.
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ISORA 2008 Call for Papers Special Session on Biologically Inspired Robotics The 12th International Symposium on Robotics and Applications of the World Automation Congress (WAC 2008) http://wacong.org 28 September - 2 October 2008 Waikoloa, Hawaii
The biological mechanisms of living organisms can serve as inspiration for robot systems. Building robots using the designs observed to be successful in nature can reduce development effort and allow the system to be specialized for specific tasks and adaptive to changes in its capabilities and the environment. This special session is intended to bring together a group of researchers who are interested in biologically inspired robotics. Any research in this area is of interest; some specific examples may be:
Autonomous robots Evolving morphology Humanoid robots Legged robots Locomotion design Motion control Multi-sensor fusion Sensor placement Self-organizing systems
Full paper (4 - 6 pages) submissions in PDF should be made at the WAC 2008 website by 31 January 2008. See the Author's Kit (http:// wacong.org/authorskit.html) for format instructions, templates, and submission procedures. Please also email your submission to Gary Parker at snipped-for-privacy@conncoll.edu.
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