The Workshop will review and discuss the major advances in science and technology with respect to adaptive and intelligent robots. The state of the art and the tendency in the research and application of robotic systems with adaptive and intelligent possibilities will be the subject of the presentations.
The present and future of adaptive and intelligent manipulation and mobile robots is the scope of Workshop: “To the world of robotic machines with artificial intelligence”.
At the Versailles Economic Summit of 1982 an international collaborative project, now known as the International Advanced Robotics programme (IARP), was initiated. It activity is currently pursued in an open policy frame with the support of all member countries. In 2002, nations participating in IARP are Austria , Belgium , Canada , China , France , Germany , Italy , Japan , Korea , Russia , Spain , U.K. and USA , with New Zealand and EC as observers. The general ogjective of the IARP is: “To encourage development of advanced robotic systems that can dispence with human work for difficult activities in harsh, demanding or dangerous environments, and to contribute to the revitalisation and growth of the world economy”. This is subscribed by all these countries.
methods of adaptation and artificial intelligence in mobile and industrial robotics
decision making procedure in robotics
integration of mechanical, electronical and informatic components into intelligent mechatronic systems
intelligent and adaptive microrobots and microsystems
sensors and sensory fusion
3D vision systems
control strategies for artificial intelligent
user interfaces to the artificial intelligent world
simulation and methods of virtual reality
adaptive and intelligent robots and their existing and potential applications in:
— industrial manufacturing
— medical and bioengineering systems
— humanitarian demining
— nuclear power stations
— extreme and risky situations
Submission of the abstracts, papers and videos to the address:
Workshop “Adaptive and Intelligent Robots: Present and Future”. The Institute for Problems in Mechanics Russian Academy of Sciences, Prospect Vernadskogo, 101-1, 119526 Moscow , Russia .
Electronic submissions of the paper (maximum six pages, including figures) should be submitted on A4 sheets. The margins are: 35mm - left, 25mm - right side, 25mm - top and 35mm - bottom. Text types in 12 points Times Roman type. The first page of the paper, centered on the top, starting 10mm below the top margin, should include the paper title, the authors' names and affiliations. Photos should be made in black and white on glossy paper, while all figures should be in good contrast. References denote by numbers in the brackets. The electronic version of full paper should be mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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