ECMR 2017

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ECMR 2017
The European Conference on Mobile Robotics
Event in series ECMR
Dates 2017/09/06 (iCal) - 2017/09/08
Homepage: http://ecmr2017.ensta-paristech.fr/
Location
Location: PARIS, France
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Important dates
Submissions: 2017/05/15
Notification: 2017/06/27
Camera ready due: 2017/07/14
Registration link: http://ecmr2017.ensta-paristech.fr/registration/
Early bird student: € 325 / {{{Early bird fee reduced}}}
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On site student: € 375 / {{{On site fee reduced}}}
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Early bird regular: € 375
On site regular: € 425
Committees
Organizers: ENSTA
General chairs: Adriana Tapus
PC chairs: Emanuele Frontoni
PC members: L. Adouane, A. Agudo Martínez, J. Bélter, L. Blanco, S. Bogdan
Keynote speaker: Hilippe Bonnifait, David Scaramuzza, Stéphane Doncieux
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Enter your description here. Maybe just paste in the call for papers. ECMR is an internationally open biennial European forum, allowing researchers to learn about and discuss the latest accomplishments and innovations in mobile robotics and mobile human-robot systems. ECMR 2017 is the 8th edition of the conference, and will be held in Paris, France. ECMR will provide keynote sessions, original presentations about research in progress and it will be organized in single track mode to favor discussions.

ECMR welcomes articles describing fundamental developments in the field of mobile robotics, with special emphasis on autonomous systems. An important goal of this conference is to extend the state of the art in both symbolic and sensory based mobile robot design, control and learning in the context of autonomous systems, featuring interdisciplinary approaches from computer science, control systems, electrical engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, and other fields. Mobile robots and intelligent machines and systems are critical in areas such as industrial applications; service and personal assistants; space, underwater, and remote exploration; entertainment; safety, search, and rescue; agriculture applications and intelligent vehicles. Special emphasis is placed on intelligent machines and systems and perception for unstructured environments, where a significant portion of the environment is unknown and cannot be directly sensed or controlled.

Articles on the theoretical, computational and experimental aspects of autonomous systems, or modules of such systems are strongly encouraged in several aspects of research on mobile robots and machine intelligence.