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Time: 9:00-12:30 (Morning)
  14:00-17:30 (Afternoon)
Date: Tuesday October 10, 2006
     
     
 

>> Tutorials
 

 
 

Tutorial I

(TT-1, Full-Day)

Title:

Active Estimation in Mobile Robotics

Organizers:

H. Christensen, Xiaoming Hu, and Jingtai Liu

Venue:

Convention Hall No. 11, Level 3

 

Tutorial II

(TT-2, Half-Day, Morning)

Title:

Electro-Active Polymer Actuators and Sensors in Robotics

Organizers:

Hyouk Ryeol Choi, Kwang J. Kim, and M. Yamakita

Venue:

Convention Hall No.16C, Level 3

 
     
 

>> Workshops
 

 
 

Workshop I

(WS-1, Full-Day)

Title:

Multi-objective Robotics

Organizers:

A. Moshaiov and K. Deb, H. Abbass

Venue:

Convention Hall No.14, Level 3

 

Workshop II

(WS-2, Full-Day)

Title:

Benchmarks in Robotics Research

Organizers:

Angel P. del Pobil

Venue:

Convention Hall No.3030, Level 3

 

Workshop III

(WS-3, Full-Day)

Title:

From Sensors to Human Spatial Concepts
Geometric Approaches and Appearance-Based Approaches

Organizers:

Zoran Zivkovic, Ben Krose, Henrik Christensen, Roland Siegwart, and Raja Chatila

Venue:

Convention Hall No.13, Level 3

 

Workshop IV

(WS-4, Full-Day)

Title:

Robotic Standardization

Organizers:

Tetsuo Kotoku, YunKoo Chung, and Makoto Mizukawa

Venue:

Convention Hall No.15, Level 3

 

Workshop V

(WS-5, Full-Day)

Title:

Network Robot Systems: Toward Intelligent Robotic Systems Integrated with Environments

Organizers:

Norihiro Hagita, Alberto Sanfeliu, Tomomasa Sato, and Hiroshi Ishiguro

Venue:

Convention Hall No.16A, Level 3

 

Workshop VI

(WS-6, Full-Day)

Title:

Safe Navigation in Open and Dynamic Environments - Autonomous Systems versus Driving Assistance Systems

Organizers:

Christian Laugier, Roland Siegwart, and Sukhan Lee

Venue:

Convention Hall No.16B, Level 3

 

Workshop VII

(WS-7, Half-Day, Afternoon)

Title:

Physical Human-Robot Interaction in Anthropic Domains

Organizers:

Antonio Bicchi and Alessandro De Luca

Venue:

Convention Hall No.16C, Level 3

 

Workshop VIII

(WS-8, Half-Day, Afternoon)

Title:

Musical Performance Robots and Its Applications

Organizers:

Jorge Solis and Atsuo Takanishi

Venue:

Convention Hall No.12, Level 3

 

Workshop IX

(WS-9, Half-Day, Morning)

Title:

Medical Diagnosis, Micro Surgery and Performance Evaluation

Organizers:

Toshio Fukuda and Makoto Kaneko

Venue:

Convention Hall No.12, Level 3

 


 
         
 

Responsibility of the W/T Organizers and IROS 2006

Workshop/tutorial organizers are responsible for:

  •  Producing a "Call for Papers" (for a workshop) and a webpage (for both workshops and tutorials), no later than May 15, 2006.
  • Providing a brief description of the workshop for the conference program.
  • Selecting submitted papers in the case of a workshop.
  • Scheduling workshop activities in collaboration with the local organizers, the program chair, and the workshops/tutorials chair.
  • Providing notes/papers (either hard copy or electronic copy), to be duplicated for the workshops and tutorials (up to a maximum of 200 pages) by September 15, 2006. (IROS 2006 will not be able to assist in duplication if we fail to receive the master copy by the deadline.)


IROS 2006 will be responsible for providing the following:

  • Publicity for the workshops/tutorials.
  • Registration for the workshops/tutorials.
  • Logistics support and meeting facilities.
  • Duplication of notes/papers as described above and distributing them to the participants.
  • Audio/visual equipment within the meeting facilities.

 

 
IMPORTANT DATES
  Submission of proposals for
workshops/tutorials
March 1, 2006  
  Notification of
acceptance results
April 15, 2006  
  Deadline for
workshop/tutorial webpages
May 15, 2006  
  Deadline for
workshop/tutorial notes
Sept. 15, 2006  
 
IROS 2006
workshops/tutorials
Oct. 10, 2006  

Additional Notes

  • IROS 2006 reserves the right to cancel a workshop/tutorial due to low enrollment rate and/or unforeseen circumstances.
  • An individual cannot register for a workshop/tutorial without registering for the conference.
  • IROS 2006 will reimburse the organizers for the expenses incurred in duplicating the workshop tutorial notes if the organizers choose or have to do it themselves. IROS 2006 will not be responsible for any other workshop/tutorial related expenses (such as travel, accommodation, honorarium, etc.).
  • The organizers and IROS 2006 will share the net surplus, if any, that results from organizing a workshop/tutorial, in a way similar to past IROS practices. For details, please consult the W/T Chair.