[Elsnet-list] NeuroBotics - Bioinspired computation for Robotics - Call for papers

Stefan Wermter stefan.wermter at sunderland.ac.uk
Fri May 14 12:05:57 CEST 2004


International Workshop on NeuroBotics:

Bioinspired Computation for Robotics


20 September 2004

Call for Papers

Substantial progress has been made recently in bio-inspired 
computation and robotics. This international workshop invites 
contributions to robotics which use methods of learning or 
artificial neural networks and/or  are inspired by observations 
and results in neuroscience, cognitive science and animal 

Topics of interest include but are not restricted to:

Neural networks for robots
Biomimetic robots
Learning for robotics
Cognitive robots
Speech interfaces and neural networks
Neural Vision
Talking robots
Spiking neural networks in robots
Learning self localization and mapping
Imitation and neural networks
Cognitive Development in robots

The workshop is organised as part of the 27th Conference on
Artificial Intelligence (KI-2004) and runs parallel to the 34th 
Annual Meeting of the German Computer Science Society (Informatik 
2004). The workshop will take place on September 20, 
2004 at the University of Ulm, Germany.

We invite contributions for half-hour talks and, if possible,
additional short demonstrations. If we receive sufficient 
submissions of high quality, we plan to publish the revised articles 
of the workshop contributions in a journal or book.


Please send either abstracts of one page or full
papers up to 8 pages (and if appropriate, possible descriptions of 
demonstrations) until June 9, 2004 to the organisers email 
address below.

You will receive notification of acceptance, a more detailed
workshop program and regarding the planned publication  by July
5, 2004.

Workshop registration: until August 20, 2004.

Conference fees: will be not more than 100 Euro for the workshop. 
Registration at the conference will be optional. 

Organisation and more details:

More details about the AI-conference can be found at:  
http://ki2004.uni-ulm.de and more details about the organsing 
MirrorBot project to found at 
and updates on this call at 



Prof. Günther Palm
Neural Information Processing
Computer Science Faculty
University of Ulm
Oberer Eselsberg
D-89069 Ulm
palm at neuro.informatik.uni-ulm.de

Prof. Stefan Wermter
Hybrid Intelligent Systems
School of Computing and Technology
University of Sunderland
St Peter's Way
United Kingdom
Stefan.Wermter at sunderland.ac.uk
http://www.his.sunderland.ac.uk/~cs0stw/ <http://www.his.sunderland.ac.uk/%7Ecs0stw/>

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