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AISB event Bulletin Item

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT: Spatial Cognition 2014, 15-19 Sept 2014, Bremen, GERMANY


SC 2014

Program Chairs: Christian Freksa, Bernhard Nebel, Mary Hegarty, Thomas Barkowsky
SC 2014 will bring together researchers working on spatial cognition, biological inspired systems, 
spatial learning, communication, robotics, and perception. The conference is single-track, and the 
final program will be the result of a selective review process. The program will include invited 
talks as well as oral and poster presentations of refereed papers. The main conference will be 
preceded by two days of workshops and tutorials. Every effort is being made to keep conference 
expenses affordable, particularly for student attendees.
Papers containing original and unpublished work are solicited in all areas of spatial cognition, 
including, but not limited to:
Spatial development 
Spatial education 
Spatial learning 
Spatial language and communication 
Spatial problem solving and reasoning 
Spatial assistance systems and applications 
Geospatial information systems 
Representations and processing of spatial information 
Biology-inspired agents 
Robotic and human localization, navigation, wayfinding 
Mapping and exploration 
Motion and path planning 
Robot perception 
Estimation and learning for robotic systems 
Human-Robot interaction 
Watch for the call for contributions!