Call for Papers
Call for Special Sessions
Researchers interested in organizing special sessions should propose them by filling the appropriate form at easychair.
Call & Instructions
Authors are invited to submit original research contributions, in English, electronically in PDF format via EasyChair.
Papers must follow the Springer AISC template. Twelve pages in the Springer AISC format are allowed for each paper, including all figures, tables and references. Please check the Author Guidelines for the Preparation of Contributions to Springer Computer Science Proceedings for more complete information.
As in previous editions we plan to publish accepted English written contributions at Springer Series in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing indexed at Thomson ISI Proceedings, SCOPUS, EI-Compendex, DBLP, Google Scholar and Springerlink. Contributions in Spanish and Portuguese will be published in a volume in electronic format with ISBN.
Authors must remove their names from the submitted papers, and should take reasonable care not to indirectly disclose their identity. At least three program committee members will be assigned to review each paper. Acceptance will be based on the paper's significance, technical quality, clarity, relevance and originality.
:: Full Presentation ::
15 minutes are allocated per oral presentation for regular papers plus 5 minutes for questions and answers.
:: Short Presentation ::
3 minutes are allocated per short oral presentation plus poster presentation in the conference poster presentation sessions. The posters should have A0 or A1 size.
agricultural robotic systems
decision support systems
distributed & networked systems
distributed robotic systems
ethical & legal robotic issues
hybrid intelligent systems
computer vision and image processing
localization, mapping and navigation
locomotion and actuation systems
new mechanism design
personal and service robotics
planning and control
remote handling & telerobotics
sensors & actuators
tactile & haptics devices
unmanned aerial systems