RCAR 2020 - Conference on Real-time Computing and Robotics

From 2 Aug, 2020 13:32 until 6 Aug, 2020 15:32

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The 2020 IEEE International Conference on Real-time Computing and Robotics (IEEE RCAR 2020) will take place from 2-6 August 2020 virtually (more details to follow). The objective of this conference is to provide a forum for researchers in robotics and real-time computing to share the latest results and to explore the opportunity of research collaboration. With wide applications of robots in industry and services sectors, real-time computing plays one of the major roles in various topics in robotics including real-time control, human-robot interactions, sensor perception and fusion, robot intelligence, etc. The scope of IEEE RCAR 2020 covers research, development and applications in the dynamic and exciting areas of real-time computing and robotics.

Contributed Papers: Original papers are solicited in all related areas of robotics, mechatronics, control engineering. Full papers must be submitted in PDF format prepared strictly following the requirements for creating PDF documents. The conference proceedings will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore® digital library.

Tutorials & Workshops: Proposals for tutorials and workshops addressing new topics related to robotics and real-time computing are invited for submission to the T/W chairs.

Journal Publications: Expanded versions of the accepted and presented papers with high quality will be invited for publication in the RCAR 2020 special issues in the selected leading international journals.

Areas and topics of contributed papers include but are not limited to the following:

• robotics and intelligent mechatronics systems;

• sensing, perception and control theories and their applications;

• real-time imaging, image/video processing and their applications;

• selected frontier areas, such as soft robotics, artificial intelligence, computational biomechanics, etc, and their applications.

Asahikawa, located in the center of Hokkaido is the island‘s second largest city after Sapporo with a population over 350,000. Before the colonization of Hokkaido, Asahikawa was an important center of Ainu culture reflected in its museums and festivals. Asahikawa has a humid continental climate. In winter, it is well known as the most coolest city in Japan. Summers in this city are generally warm but not humid. This city is surrounded by the largest national park of Japan (Daisetsuzan National Park). Near Asahikawa there are also some picturesque rolling fields of summer flowers including Furano and Biei. Many tourists choose Asahikawa as the base to explore the other parts of Hokkaido island. .

IEEE RCAR 2020 promises to be a great event for all participants, with excellent technical and social programs.

Important Dates

Submission of papers
20 March 2020
Submission of organized session/workshop
20 March 2020
Notificationof acceptance
20 April 2020
Final paper submission
1 May 2020
Early bird registration
1 May 2020

 

http://www.ieee-rcar.com/#/

 

Financial co-sponsorship by IEEE RAS


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