Fifth Austrian RoboCup Workshop

The Austrian RoboCup Workshop 2010 will be held June 1 and 2 2010 at the Vienna University Technology

Call for Papers

Motivation

Driven by technological progress robotic and mechatronic systems have become an important field of research and education. To federate researchers, students and developers worldwide, the RoboCup initiative was founded and today is one of the most important test beds in the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence. The aim of this workshop is to bring together active members of the national and international RoboCup community and people who are interested in RoboCup as a research and education platform. The aim of the workshop is to share results obtained in the context of RoboCup and to discuss new ideas. This workshop is open to contribution of all researchers, developers, and students interested in the subject. We warmly welcome contributions from the RoboCup and the FIRA communities, but also from all other related fields, to foster the exchange of ideas, and to promote robotics within the scientific community.

Topics

Topics of interest for the workshop include, but are not limited to:
  • Cognitive robotics and artificial intelligence
  • Dependability and robustness
  • Programming languages and DSLs
  • Real-Time systems
  • Sensor fusion
  • Software architectures and middleware design
  • Vision and localization
  • Case studies and lessons learned in the context of RoboCup

Submission

All submissions will undergo a peer review process, accepted papers will be published as proceedings of the OCG (Austrian Computer Society). Student papers will be covered in a separate section. Papers should be formatted in accordance to the OCG style (latex template). The maximum number of pages is limited to 10, including figures.

Important dates

  • March 14 2010: Deadline for submission of papers
  • April 9 2010: Deadline for notifications sent to authors
  • April 30 2010: Deadline for final paper
  • June 1 and 2 2010: Workshop

Organizing Committee

  • Dietmar Schreiner, Vienna University of Technology (Austria)
  • Jens Knoop, Vienna University of Technology (Austria)