RSS 2015 – Robotics: Science and Systems Conference

RSS 2015 – Robotics: Science and Systems Conference

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 13/07/2015 - 17/07/2015
All Day

Location
Rome, Italy

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About RSS 2015 – Robotics: Science and Systems Conference

The 2015 Robotics: Science and Systems Conference will bring together researchers working on algorithmic or mathematical foundations of robotics, robotics applications, and analysis of robotic systems. High quality, original papers are solicited in all areas of robotics. The final program will be the result of a highly selective review process designed to include the best work of its kind in every category. The conference will be single track to allow attendees an opportunity to experience the best research in all areas of robotics. The program will include invited talks as well as oral and poster presentations of refereed papers.
All papers presented at the main conference will be published in online proceedings. Selected papers will be invited for submission to a special issue of International Journal of Robotics Research and a special issue of Autonomous Robots.

Topic Areas

Papers containing original and unpublished work are solicited in all areas of robotics, including (but not limited to) the following: kinematics, dynamics, control, planning, manipulation, human-robot interaction, human-centered systems, field robotics, distributed systems, medical robotics, biological robotics, mechanisms, robot perception, mobile systems, mobility, estimation, and learning.


RSS 2015 Conference: July 13-15, 2015
RSS 2015 Workshops: July 16-17, 2015


RSS 2015 Invited Talks (tentative)

Vanessa EversWhat’s Love Got to Do With It?: The Influence of Social Behavior on Robot Acceptance”

  • University of Twente

Leonidas Guibas “Networks of Shapes and Images”

  • Stanford University

Alex Kacelnik “Misunderstood Birds, Underachieving Robots: Why Unraveling the Interplay between Design, Learning and Reasoning Matters to Roboticists and Biologists”

  • University of Oxford

Tomaso Poggio “Towards A Theory Of The Visual Cortex And Of Deep Convolutional Architectures”

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Moshe Shoham “Medical Robots – Present and Future”

  • Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Procedings of RSS 2015 – Robotics: Science and Systems Conference
  • You can download all the published paper at RSS 2015 and old RSS conferences as open access.

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