INTERNET OF INTELLIGENT ROBOTIC THINGS FOR HEALTHY LIVING AND ACTIVE AGEING: WHERE WE ARE AND FUTURE TRENDS
This workshop, in conjunction with IEEE RO-MAN '19 - The 28rd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, has the purpose of bringing together researchers from different scientific communities either interested in or actively working on the application of ICT and robotics to provide services specifically designed for the elderly in order to enhance their everyday life and be provided with high-quality healthcare services. We believe a multidisciplinary environment is ideal for fostering and promoting this research area because of its fundamentally interdisciplinary nature. To effectively provide useful robotic services for elderly users requires an intimate collaboration between psychologists, sociologists, computer scientists, and robotics researchers.
Submission of workshop abstracts: 14/08/2019
Notiﬁcation of acceptance for workshop abstracts 07/09/2019
Submission of camera-ready workshop abstracts 10/09/2019
All researchers interested in contributing to the discussion are invited to submit an abstract of their work, prepared using the IEEE format. Abstracts may be short (up to 2 pages) or long (up to 4 pages).
Please direct submissions to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
IEEE proceedings format kits and instructions can be found at this page.
PROCEEDINGS AND JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE
We would like to inform you that this workshop is linked to a Special Issue of the Robotics journal, titled BioRobotics Research for Healthy Living and Active Ageing. Robotics is an international peer-reviewed open access quarterly journal published by MDPI.
This special issue is now open for submission.
Authors of a manuscript accepted (including those with minor revisions) for publication in the Special Issue before the 10/09/2019 will be given the opportunity to present at the workshop.
Vice versa, authors of best contributions accepted at the workshop will be invited to submit a revised and substantially extended versions of selected papers to the special issue.
Manuscripts can be submitted to the special issue at any time until the deadline 31/01/2020. All papers will be peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be published continuously in the journal (as soon as accepted) and will be listed together on the special issue website. Please visit the Instructions for Authors page before submitting a manuscript.
PLACE OF THE WORKSHOP
Le Meridien, Windsor Place - New Delhi, India
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