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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: VISAPP International Workshop on Robotic Perception 2008


VISAPP International Workshop on Robotic Perception 2008

January, 22nd 2008 - Funchal, Madeira - Portugal

In conjunction with the 3rd International Conference on Computer Vision
Theory and Applications (VISAPP 2008).

Program Chairs
- Luca Iocchi, Univ. di Roma "La Sapienza", Rome, Italy
- Domenico G. Sorrenti, Univ. di Milano - Bicocca, Milano, Italy

Program Committee
- J. Baltes
- S. Behnke
- R. Benosman
- A. Bernardino
- A. Birk
- B. Browning
- W. Burgard
- V. Caglioti
- F. Dellaert
- K. Konolige
- G. Kraetzschmar
- L. Iocchi
- I. Macaluso
- M. Matteucci
- E. Menegatti
- D. N. Monekosso
- W. Nistic
- J. Ruiz del Solar
- D. G. Sorrenti
- M. Sridharan
- M. Takashi
- P. Zingaretti

Important Dates

Paper submission:
November 5, 2007 (might be delayed a bit)

Acceptance notification:
November 12, 2007 (might be delayed a bit)

Final submission and registration of at least one author of an accepted paper:
November 23, 2007

This workshop aims at bringing together researchers interested in sharing their
work in good experimental practice of robotic perception. The workshop main
topic is vision-based odometry and SLAM, but we encourage also contributions on
different aspects of perception applied to mobile robots.

Main topic
- Vision-based odometry and SLAM

Other topics
- 3D range cameras
- Cognitive robot vision systems
- Distributed perception
- Feature extraction and representation
- Motion detection and tracking
- Multi-camera robot vision
- Omnidirectional robot vision
- Real-time vision systems for mobile robots
- Robot vision benchmarking and evaluation
- Vision and manipulation
- Vision-based robotic industrial applications
- Vision-based robotic learning
- Visually guided robotics
- Vision hardware systems for mobile robots
- Visual tracking for robotics applications

Additional Information
Call for papers temporary is at (will be on www.visapp.org soon):

All other information is available at: http://www.visapp.org