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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

C F Participation: TAROS 2007

http://www.taros.org.uk/registration.php

Call for Participation:  TAROS 2007 3-5th September 2007

Dear Colleague,

Early registration for TAROS 2007 at the University of Wales
Aberystwyth (3-5th September) is now available (see
http://www.taros.org.uk/registration.php).

Please REGISTER NOW to avoid the late registration additional charge
of 50 UK pounds after the 20th August. See web pages for details.

Remember that the deadline for the PhD bursaries which we have is 13thAugust - next Monday, so get in your applications now.

There is also the possibility of some travel bursaries for those
attending the meeting "Virtual Research Centre in Personal
Robotics". Please contact Guido Bugmann (G.Bugmann@plymouth.ac.uk) for details of this.

The conference provisional programme, including two internationally
recognised keynote speakers, is available on the web site.

In addition, if you would like to present your research to your peers,but were unable to formally enter your work to the call for papers, wewould like to give you an opportunity to present a poster. Your posterwill not be part of the proceedings or the poster highlights, but you
will be able to display your work during the poster session. Please contact mxw@aber.ac.uk if possible in advance to make sure we have
space.

We look forward to seeing you in September.

Myra Wilson, Fred Labrosse
Taros 2007 Programme Chair and Local Organiser