To include the broader robotics and industrial community, ICRA 2018 will include an Abstract-Only Poster Session (in previous ICRAs called Late Breaking Results). This is an opportunity to describe industrial robotics projects, new robotic technology, or recent research results. One-page abstracts, with a streamlined decision process, will be presented at the conference as posters.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings, but as non-peer-reviewed publication they will not be uploaded to IEEE Xplore. Prospective poster presenters should submit a 1-page extended abstract by 10 March 2018 through the PaperPlaza system.

More details can be found here under the Contribute tab:

You're invited to the IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit and Honors Ceremony
11 May 2018 at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA, USA.

The IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit brings together leading innovators, visionaries, and disruptors in technology to discuss, explore, and uncover what is imminent, what is possible – and what these emerging technologies mean for our future.

The Summit culminates with the IEEE Honors Ceremony, where IEEE's highest awards are presented. These awards are an expression of recognition for outstanding contributions to the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical, electronics, communications, environmental and safety technologies, computer science and engineering, engineering education, as well as the allied branches of engineering and the related arts and sciences and technologies and their application.

Boston Dynamics

Robots on the Rise: The Future of Robotics and AI

Robots have long captured our imagination, but for decades they’ve been confined to factories and research labs. Now robots are finally making their way into our homes, offices, warehouses, hospitals, and streets. Agile humanoids, social robots, and autonomous vehicles are becoming a reality thanks to recent advances in robotics and AI.

These machines promise to improve our daily lives, but they also raise questions. What jobs should we automate? Can self-driving cars help save lives? Should we be build AI-powered weapons? Where's Rosie the Robot? This panel of robot luminaries will tackle these and other pressing questions on the future of robotics and artificial intelligence.

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Moderator: Oussama Khatib, Stanford University
Speakers (L-R): Marc Raibert, co-founder and President of Boston Dynamics Inc.; Cynthia Breazeal, MIT; Dr. Eric Krotkov, Toyota Research Institute

IEEE Awards is happy to provide a 10% discount code to the IEEE Robotics & Automation Society Members! Enter discount code VICSRobotics on the payment screen (in the discount code box) during the registration process.

This event will sell out, so secure the early bird discount by registering now!

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Congratulations to the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society members recently elevated (October & November 2017) to Senior Member status by the IEEE Admission and Advancement (A&A) Senior Member Review Panel.

To be eligible for application or nomination, candidates must:
• Be engineers, scientists, educators, technical executives, or originators in IEEE-designated fields
• Have experience reflecting professional maturity
• Have been in professional practice for at least ten years (with some credit for certain degrees)
• Show significant performance over a period of at least five of their years in professional practice

Nominees for IEEE Fellow must hold the grade of Senior Member or Life Senior Member in order to qualify for elevation to Fellow status.

Jake Abbott
Utah Section
University of Utah
Turki Abdalla
Iraq Section
University of Basrah
Francesco Amigoni
Italy Section
Polytechnic University of Milan
Carlo Alberto Avizzano
Italy Section
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Yasar Ayaz
Islamabad Section
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Luca Bascetta
Italy Section
Polytechnic University of Mila
Matthew J Bays
Tallahassee Area Section
Naval Surface Warfare Center - Panama City Division
Aaron Becker
Houston Section
University of Houston
Imade Benelallam
Morocco Section
National Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics - Rabat
Alexandre Bernardino
Portugal Section
Instituto Superior Técnico
Sigal Berman
Israel Section
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Dominik Bösl
Germany Section
Kenneth Brizel
Orlando Section
Alberta Centre for Advanced MNT Products
Steven Brody
New Hampshire Section
Alexandre Brincalepe Campo
South Brazil Section
Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of São Paulo
Chee-Meng Chew
Singapore Section
National University of Singapore
Girish Chowdhary
Central Illinois Section
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Francisco Chumbiauca
Palouse Section
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL)
Torbjorn Dahl
United Kingdom and Ireland Section
University of Plymouth
Prithviraj Dasgupta
Nebraska Section
University of Nebraska
Elena De Momi
Italy Section
Politecnico di Milano
Dimos Dimarogonas
Sweden Section
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
John Dolan
Pittsburgh Section
Carnegie Mellon University
Zoe Doulgeri
Greece Section
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Miguel Aurelio Duarte Villasenor
Puebla Section 
Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana
Salwa Elloumi
Tunisia Section
Tunisia Polytechnic School
Massimo Ferri
Italy Section
University of Bologna
Samara Firebaugh
Annapolis Subsection
U.S. Naval Academy
Stanley Frady
Western North Carolina Section
Juan Garcia
Spain Section
University of Alcalá
Ferretti Gianni 
Italy Section
Politecnico di Milano
David Gomez-Gutierrez
Guadalajara Section
Intel Corporation
Corrado Guarino Lo Bianco
Italy Section
Università Degli Studi di Parma 
Thomas Harman
Galveston Bay Section 
University of Houston - Clear Lake
Karin Hollerbach
Oakland-East Bay Section
Taku International, LLC
Jian Huang
Santa Clara Valley Section
Panfeng Huang
Xian Section
Northwestern Polytechnical University
Thantirige Jayawardana
Sri Lanka Section
Alonzo Kelly
Pittsburgh Section
Carnegie Mellon University
Jeffrey Krichmar
Orange County Section
University of California, Irvine
Venkat Krovi
Piedmont Section
Clemson University
Jinoh Lee
Italy Section
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Ming-Yih Lee
Taipei Section
Chang Gung University

Robert Lesniewski
Susquehanna Section

Congbo Li
Beijing Section
Chongqing University
Cai Luo
Beijing Section
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Xiongbiao Luo
London Section
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Alessandro Macchelli
Italy Section
Università di Bologna
Alessandro Marino
Italy Section
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Ivan Mezei
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University of Novi Sad
Nikola Miskovic
Croatia Section
University of Zagreb
Arifuddin Mohammed
Hyderabad Section
Muffakham Jah College of Engineering & Technology
Katsumi Moriwaki
Nagoya Section
Daido University
Noman Naseer
Islamabad Section
Air University
Lorenzo Natale
Italy Section
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Rosemary Norman
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Paul Oh
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Juan Perez Oria
Spain Section
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Christian Ott
Germany Section
Felix Pasila
Indonesia Section
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George Paul
New Hampshire Section
Omron Adept Technologies, Inc.
Mike Paulin
New Zealand South Section
University of Otago
Tomislav Pribanic
Croatia Section
University of Zagreb
Ioannis Rekleitis
Columbia Section
University of South Carolina
Daniel Sangines
Florida West Coast Section
Mohan Satyaranjan
Bangalore Section
Oliver Sawodny
Germany Section
University of Stuttgart 
Dong Shen
Beijing Section
Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Yajing Shen
Hong Kong Section
University of Hong Kong
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Beijing Section
Peking University
Ganesh Subramanian
Madras Section
Panimalar Institute of Technology
Yi Sun
Southeastern Michigan Section
FANUC America Corporation 
Lawrence Tessari
Southeastern Michigan Section
Eric Truebenbach
Boston Section
Teradyne Inc.
Tarek Tutunji
Jordan Section
Philadelphia University 
Kane Usher
Queensland Section
Bram Vanderborght
Benelux Section
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Emir Vela
Peru Section
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
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Minas Gerais Section (Brazil)
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Guanghui Wang
Kansas City Section
The University of Kansas
Huihui Wang
Jacksonville Section
Jacksonville University
Steven Waslander
Toronto Section
University of Waterloo
Alon Wolf
Israel Section
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
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Singapore Section
Institute for Infocomm Research
Chunhui Xu
Tokyo Section
Chiba Institute of Technology
Hui Yang
Central Pennsylvania Section
The Pennsylvania State University
Zhan Yang
Nanjing Section
Soochow University
Da-Jeng Yao
Taipei Section
National Tsing Hua University
Ashraf Zaher
Kuwait Section
American University of Kuwait
Xuebo Zhang
Beijing Section
Nankai Univeristy
Yu Zheng
Southeastern Michigan Section
University of Michigan-Dearborn
Qinghua Zhu
Guangzhou Subsection
GuangDong University of Technology


Looking for a job in robotics? Looking to hire top robotics job candidates?

ICRA 2018 Australia

After previous successes at ICRA and IROS, the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society will again be organizing an official Access to Talent Program in conjunction with ICRA 2018. This program is targeted at job seekers and robotics companies of all sizes. It provides an outstanding opportunity for potential employers and potential employees to connect at one of the top robotics conferences in the world.



The program will be of interest to:

(1) Those Seeking Employment Opportunities
Conference attendees (primarily students) interested in robotics-related employment opportunities can upload their contact information, interests and resumé to a database that will be made available to company recruiters. Interested companies will then have the opportunity to review this database and conduct on-site interviews at ICRA. Instructions for uploading your information to the Access To Talent Program database will be included in the registration confirmation for ICRA 2018.

(2) Recruiting Companies
Companies interested in recruiting at ICRA 2018 will have access to the following resources:
- A searchable resume database of conference attendees interested in robotics-related employment.
- Space for conducting on-site interviews.
- Poster space during the exhibition to advertise the company and its available positions.

More information is available at
Email inquires may be directed to:

Organizing Committee

Jonathan Kelly, University of Toronto, Canada
Matthew Walter, Toyota Technological Institute, USA
Henny Admoni, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

The IEEE Robotics & Automation Society (RAS) and IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) seek candidates for the position of Editor-in-Chief of the NEW journal IEEE Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics (T-MRB).

IEEE T-MRB is the new quarterly, multi-disciplinary journal jointly sponsored by IEEE RA and IEEE EMB Societies, publishing papers reporting high-quality research in the fields of robotics and of bionics applied to medicine. The IEEE T-MRB publishes articles on theoretical, methodological, experimental advancements focusing on healthcare applications of robotic and\or of bionic components and systems able to support prevention, diagnosis or treatment of human diseases.

Candidates should be dedicated volunteers with outstanding research profiles in medical robotics and bionics, strong leadership qualities, intellectual vision, organizational abilities and extensive editorial experience. The official term will start on 15 March 2018, and continue for five years, non-renewable.
The primary responsibility of the IEEE T-MRB Editor-in-Chief is to assure the journal’s quality, reputation, and scholarship. The Editor-in-Chief should be prepared to strengthen the journal’s competitive position over the next years, and develop editorial initiatives which could generate contents representative of the full spectrum of high-quality work carried out worldwide in medical robotics and bionics. The Editor-in-Chief should also assure that the journal’s activities are carried out in a fiscally responsible manner.
The Editor-in-Chief oversees the IEEE T-MRB manuscript submission and review process and is responsible for the content, quality, and timeliness of each issue of IEEE T-MRB. The Editor-in-Chief recommends to IEEE RAS and IEEE EMBS a team of editors and associate editors to help administer the peer review process, promote excellence in content, and advance editorial initiatives.
The IEEE T-MRB Editor-in-Chief will serve as ex-officio non voting member of the T-MRB Steering Committee and also reports to the IEEE RAS and IEEE EMBS through the Publications Activities Boards\Committees of the two societies.


Applications (PDF) should be submitted by e-mail to the RAS and EMBS Vice-Presidents for Publication Activities, at the following addresses: and
The application must be received by 5 March 2018.
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed (remotely) by the IEEE T-MRB Steering Committee. After the interviews, the Steering Committee will convene to determine its final recommendation and provide that recommendation to the IEEE RAS and EMBS Presidents for consideration.

The application package must include:
• a complete curriculum vitae;
• a separate description on each of the following items (max 150 words/item): Vision Statement; Editorial Experience; Summary of publishing experience in IEEE journals/magazines; IEEE Volunteer Experience; Institutional Support; Current service and administrative commitments (if any); Networking with the Community; Why does the candidate consider herself/ himself fit for this position?
• tentative list of proposed Editors and Associate Editors.

For any information and clarifications please contact or

IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members. The honor is conferred by the Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest.

If you know of an IEEE colleague who is a Senior Member or Life Senior Member in good standing, has completed five years of service in any grade of IEEE Membership and who has made an outstanding contribution to the electronic or electrical engineering profession, you can nominate this person in one of four categories:

  • Application Engineer/Practitioner
  • Educator
  • Research Engineer/Scientist
  • Technical Leader

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Nominations for the Fellow Class of 2019 are now being accepted. To learn more about the Fellow program and the nomination process, visit the Steps to Become an IEEE Fellow page.


Additional information about the IEEE Fellow program, and a list of RAS Fellows is available HERE.

Submit your application today!

The purpose of this award is to highlight and honor the achievements of the inventors with value creating ideas and entrepreneurs who propel those ideas into world-class products. This is a key element to the continuing success of robotics and automation today. Active infusion of innovation and entrepreneurship into technological advancement is regarded critical at this juncture to strengthen a healthy balance between research and practice as well as a healthy growth of industrial and commercial sectors in robotics and automation.

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These achievements will be recognized in a specially organized IEEE/IFR Joint Forum on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Robotics and Automation, which will be held on 20 June 2018 in conjunction with the International Symposium on Robotics in Munich, Germany. The selected finalists will have the opportunity to present their story of the genesis of a successful innovative product in robotics and automation from its very inception to the final state of commercialization in a series of plenary lectures. The ultimate winner will be chosen by an evaluation board consisting of distinguished individuals from industry and academia. A prestigious plaque will be awarded to each finalist and a US$ 2,000 prize will be awarded to the winner.

Applications should describe the original work that has been translated into a commercial success. The application must include statements regarding:
- description of the innovation/product/application
- stages of the product genesis
- novelty/uniqueness of the product
- market analysis, economic viability and pathway for commercialization
- sustained competitive advantage
- current and future impact on and relevance to industry

DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE! Applications for the IERA Award must be submitted no later than 15 March 2018.
See more here:


Applications should not exceed a maximum length of 5 pages. Product descriptions and public relation material will not be accepted as an application. References and links to online material are permitted.


Please send as PDF document (< 6 MB) no later than 15 March 2018 (any time zone) to IFR Secretariat –

For additional information see: Call for Applications

The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) is seeking applications for the Member Activities Board’s Student Activities Committee (SAC). There are openings for one Chair and one or more co‐Chairs. These positions offer great opportunities to learn more about the Society, have an international impact, and expand one’s professional network. The chair will serve for two calendar years (2018–19), and the co‐chairs for a one‐year term in 2018 and renewable for a second year.

Volunteer Hands

The IEEE‐RAS Student Activities Committee promotes student participation in the Society activities in co‐operation with all Society Boards, Committees and Working Groups, under the supervision of the Membership Activities Board. The mission of the committee includes working on issues of interest to student members and interacting with student members and student chapter branches. Current areas of focus include:

  • Lunch with Leaders held at flagship conferences (ICRA, CASE, IROS)
  • Informal social events at RAS sponsored conferences
  • Educational webinars
  • Membership development
  • SAC Website content
  • Coordination with student branch chapter chairs
  • SAC column in IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine (quarterly publication)
  • IEEE RAS Facebook group management

The chairs of the RAS SAC are appointed by the RAS President from a slate of candidates approved by the Membership Activities Board. Candidates may be undergraduate or graduate students, but must be student members of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society in good standing. The ideal candidate has strong social, professional, and communication skills, is willing to take part in ongoing activities and propose new initiatives. Past participation in SAC is requested but not required. There is no geographical preference.

The Chair of the SAC shall be an ex‐officio Administrative Committee member with a vote. The chair is expected to attend the semiannual Administrative Committee meetings, adjoin to the ICRA and IROS conferences. * Partial travel support (depending on the distance) is provided by the Society (up to $2000, for the chair, and $500 for co‐chairs). The Student Activities Chair shall also be an active member of the RAS Member Activities Board.

Currently, the SAC has several initiatives to promote active networking, interdisciplinary dialogues, and robotics education. Some initiatives require weekly SAC involvement while other activities are conference specific (currently developed around the RAS flagship conferences: IROS, ICRA, and CASE). More information about current activities can be found at the RAS webpage <>

Interested applicants should be:

  • Self-motivated
  • Organized
  • Responsive to e-mail discussions
  • Able to commit 5+ hours a week to SAC material, potentially more when required for specific activities (e.g. reviewing volunteer proposals, organizing conference activities, etc.)

If you wish to be considered, please complete an Application Form by 1 March 2018 and indicate whether you are applying for the Chair or Co-Chair position, and include the following information:
1. A letter indicating applicant’s interest in serving on the SAC and relevant experience (2 pages maximum)
2. A CV or résumé (2 pages maximum)
3. A letter of support from a faculty member at your college or university (preferably a current member of IEEE and RAS).

For more information on the SAC and current activities, refer to the IEEE RAS webpage.

* Upcoming IEEE RAS Flagship Conference dates and locations are as follows:
ICRA 2018: Brisbane, Australia, 21-25 May
IROS 2018: Madrid, Spain, 1-5 October
CASE 2018: Munich, Germany, 20-24 August
ICRA 2019: Montreal, Canada, 20-24 May
IROS 2019: Macau, China, 3-8 November
CASE 2019: Vancouver, Canada, 25-28 August


IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems
Special issue on: "Introspective Methods for Reliable Autonomy"
Submission deadline: 28 February 2018


   As humans, understanding our own limitations, failures and shortcomings is a key to improvement and development. This knowledge is crucial for altering our behaviours, e.g. to execute tasks in a more cautious way. Correspondingly, equipping robots with a set of skills that allows them to assess the quality of their sensory data, internal models, used methods etc. will greatly improve their overall performance.
   The problem of introspection, directly or indirectly, relates to other research topics: planning, execution monitoring, active perception and mapping. Accordingly, an improved understanding of introspection in robotics has a direct impact on a large variety of application areas (e.g. search and rescue, intralogistics, assistive robotics).
   The introspection impacts the most the following aspects of robotics system: safety, reliability and the maintenance costs.
   Information on the internal state of the robot is crucial to make decisions if it is safe to execute the assigned mission considering not only the current state of the perceived environment, but also the internal state of the robot.
   Continuous monitoring of the internal state of the robot and automatic assessment can also be used to enhance the maintenance process. Information about the internal state of the robot can be used to estimate the likelihood of potential failure and tailor the efforts to prevent it or to speed up the recovery or repair process by providing detailed information to a human operator or even enable self-repair.
   Introspection takes an active role in the process of preventing of malfunctions of the robotic system and help to speed the repair process up. These two features have a direct impact on the running cost of a robotic system. Preventing unplanned interruptions in the robot operation and shortening the time of the planned interruptions has a direct impact on the cost of robot exploitation.
   It is also important to remember that introspective information is a cornerstone of all methods aiming to robotics self-improvement. It provides information crucial to the learning and development process. In this context, it is possible to draw a parallel between human and robotic system. Assessment of the internal state is important input helping to anticipate if the planned action is feasible for the agent (either human or robot). For a complex system, it is difficult to perform such assessment relying only on the predefined set of rules and conditions.
   Therefore, it is necessary to use learning algorithms which will be able to connect the preexisting internal and external conditions with the outcome of a planned action. In such a configuration, a failure became a crucial element of a learning process of an autonomous system.
   Finally, it is important to emphasis that introspection is a topic which spans across multiple fields. The introspection is originally a human ability. It is recent years when the idea of introspection is also becoming present in the field of robotics.
   Therefore, to obtain a complete picture of the problem of introspection in autonomous systems it is important to have a closer look also at psychological aspect of introspection. Moreover, the impact of introspection in the context of the cognitive science cannot be overlooked.

The primary topic of this issue is to present work on:
How to assess the quality of internal models, methods, sensory data and the hardware used by robots and how to alter their behaviour using this information?

The aim of this special issue is fourfold:
* Survey the state of the art in the field.
* Define open research questions in the field.
* Provide a venue to present the recent developments in the field of introspection.
* Present system papers showing how introspection is integrated and affects the performance of a system.


This special issue is addressed to researchers interested in the development of introspective methods for robust autonomy
across different research areas. We expect to receive submissions relevant for following research fields, but to name a few: Long-term autonomy, safe operation of robots under uncertainty, performance awareness, reliable-aware operation,
cooperative robotics, cognitive and learning robots, developmental robotics, Human-Robot Interaction. Introspection
is broad term covering a set of topics. Topics relevant to this special issue includes, but are not limited to:
* Internal assessment (Map quality assessment, Perception quality assessment, Classification quality assessment)
* Analysis (Failure analysis, Execution monitoring, Meta-reasoning)
* Introspection-related actions (Failure recovery, Reconfigurable robots, Planning with uncertainty)


28 February 2018 - Deadline for manuscript submissions.
15 June 2018 - Notification of authors
15 July 2018 - Deadline for submission of revised manuscripts
15 September 2018 - Final decisions


Manuscripts should be prepared according to the “Information for Authors” of the journal found HERE and
submissions should be made through the IEEE TCDS Manuscript centre at selecting the category “SI: Introspective Methods for Reliable Autonomy”.


The IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems (TCDS) focuses on advances in the study of development and cognition in natural (humans, animals) and artificial (robots, agents) systems. It welcomes contributions from multiple related disciplines including cognitive systems, cognitive robotics, developmental and epigenetic robotics, autonomous and evolutionary robotics, social structures, multi-agent and artificial life systems, computational neuroscience, and developmental psychology. Articles on theoretical, computational, application-oriented, and experimental studies
as well as reviews in these areas are considered.


Yaochu Jin
Department of Computer Science, University of Surrey
Surrey, United Kingdom


Tomasz Piotr Kucner
Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, Örebro University
Örebro, Sweden

Sören Schwertfeger
School of Information Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University
Shanghai, China

Martin Magnusson
Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, Örebro University
Örebro, Sweden

Achim J. Lilienthal
Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, Örebro University
Örebro, Sweden

Rudolph Triebel
Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, German Aerospace Center
Oberpfaffenhofen-Weßling, Germany

14th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering

IEEE CASE 2018, sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS), will be held in Munich, Germany, 20-24 August 2018. It is the flagship automation conference of IEEE RAS and constitutes the primary forum for cross-industry and multidisciplinary research in automation. Its goal is to provide a broad coverage and dissemination of foundational research in automation among researchers, academics, and practitioners. This edition of the conference will be under the motto Knowledge-Based Automation.
To allow customized products and shortened time to market on the one hand, and longetivity and evolvability of networked automated production systems on the other hand, we need to learn from engineering and operation of systems. CASE 2018 will focus on knowledge as a key factor for future automation engineering and science.

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Conference Tracks

  • Cyber physical production systems and industry 4.0
  • Cloud computing for automation
  • Big data and data mining
  • Automation and control
  • Domain specific software & systems engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Discrete event systems
  • Model evolution (systems and software)
  • Human in the loop (in engineering and operation)
  • Building automation

Important Dates

15 January: Open special session/ tutorial/workshop proposal submission due
29 January: Open special session/tutorial/ workshop acceptance notification
15 February: Special session proposal submission due
15 February: Deadline for RA-L submission 
1 March: Deadline for Regular/Special session submissions
1 April: Work in Progress/Industrial paper submission due
15 May: Paper acceptance notification
15 June: Final paper submission due


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