The 7th edition of the IARP (International Advanced Robotics Programme) workshop - Robotics for Risky Environment and Extreme Robotics- will be organised, with the support of the Climbing and Walking Robotics Association (CLAWAR), in the Russian State Scientific Centre for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics of Saint-Petersburg (Russia) from 1st until 3rd October 2013.
The participants will discuss about topics such as demining actions, Space and Aerial Monitoring and applications, Search and Rescue Operations and Robot Navigation, among others.
The professor Yvan Baudoin and the Dr. Geert de Cubber from the Belgian Royal Military Academy will present the TIRAMISU (Toolbox Implementation for Removal of Anti-personnel Mines, Submunitions and Uxo) and ICARUS (Integrated Components for Assisted Rescue and Unmaned Search Operations) projects.
This event will take place in the framework of the 6th edition of theSt.Petersburg International Innovation Forum and the XVII Internatonal Forum 'Russian Industrialist'.
All the actors interested in the call of papers can send their contributions before the 30th May 2013. The contribution should focus on theories, principles and developments which have been explicitly developed for (terrestrial, aerial, underwater) robots, and carried sensor systems for environmental surveillance, risky interventions in unstructured environments and/or in extreme environmental conditions.
An abstract (approximately 300 words in English) should be received not later than 30th May 2013.
- Deadline for abstracts: 30th March 2013
- Selection of abstracts 30th April 2013
- Receipt of full papers: 30th June 2013
Electronic submissions of the abstracts (Word, PS-forma, PDF-files) should be mailed to:
Advanced robotic systems
The International Advance Robotics Programme (IARP) fosters international cooperation aiming to develop robot systems able to dispense with human exposure to difficult activities in harsh, demanding or dangerous conditions or environments, and to contribute to the revitalisation and growth of the world economy.
Russian Sate Scientific Center for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics
Royal Military Academy of Belgium
Institute for Problems in Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences
For further information: