IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L) Special Issue: Deadline 15 May 2017
A special issue on "Human Cooperative Wearable Robotic Systems" is planned for the IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L).
All the submissions should present original works under the RA-L terms. As a joint event with the IEEE International Conference on Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics (ICARM 2017), authors from all accepted special issue papers are cordially invited to participate in the special session "Human Cooperative Wearable Robotics" of the ICARM 2017 conference. Rejected papers by RA-L letter are possible to be accepted by the IEEE ICARM 2017 after necessary revisions as well, and will be presented in the same special session.
Special Issue Submission Opens: 10 May 2017
Special Issue Submission Closes: 15 May 2017
First Decision Communicated to Authors: 9 August 2017
Final Decision Communicated to Authors: 13 October 2017
Accepted RAL Papers appear on Xplore: November 2017
Intelligent techniques foster the dissemination of new discoveries and novel technologies that advance the ability of robotics to assist and support humans. Intelligent robots aim to understand the increasingly coupled relationships between human and machine. With the increasing trend towards home service and health care, we are faced with a need for improved control systems of human-centered assistive and rehabilitation robots capable of performing in the unstructured environments. Although big progress has been made in the recent years, there are still open issues due to the limitation in technology, but also the insufficient knowledge about the human.
The special issue addresses a broad spectrum of topics within wearable robotics. Special attention should be given to the integration of robotics with intelligent control technology, cognitive science and bio-mechatronics systems with the goal of developing new multi-dimensional robotic services. This includes mechanism modeling and design, model identification and intelligent control, cognitive computing, biological signal processing, neural impedance adaptation, tele-operation and tele-manipulation, robot learning from human demonstration and cognitive modeling for human-robot interaction or collaboration. The special issue publishes original papers of innovative ideas and concepts, new discoveries and improvements, and novel applications and business models relevant to the field of human robot interaction.
- Design, modeling and control of wearable robots and exoskeletons
- Novel development of human-in-loop cooperative robotic/mechatronics systems and applications
- Impedance control and shared control for human robot cooperation
- Intelligent control of prosthetic robots for the disabled
- Biological signal processing, modeling and control
- Development of bio-mechatronic systems for human-centered intelligent robots
- Robotic tele-operation and tele-manipulation
- Neuro-robotics for innovative computation and control
- Human motion understanding, intention estimation and sensorimotor learning
THE SPECIAL ISSUE IS SUPPORTED BY
IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Telerobotics
IEEE SMC Technical Committee on Bio-mechatronics and Bio-robotics Systems
The 10th International Workshops on Human-Friendly Robotics 2017
2017 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics (ICARM'17)