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Prof. Jong-Hwan Kim, KAIST, Korea
“The Next Technological Wave:
Intelligence Technology (“IT”) for
Intelligence Super-Agent”

Information technology (IT), first coined in 1958 and booming since the early 1990s, is the application of computers and telecommuni cations equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data....

Prof. Tetsuya Iwasaki, UCLA, USA
“Dynamics and Control of Oscillatory Movements in Animal Locomotion”
Oscillations are often observed in nature at multiple levels, and form a basis for sustained operation of various functionalities. This talk introduces....

Prof. Alan Mackworth, UBC, Canada
“Designing Constraint-Based Robots”
In order to thrive, a robot must satisfy dynamic constraints deriving from four sources: its internal structure, its goals and preferences, its external environment and the coupling between its internal and external worlds.

  • "Soft Robotics"
      Peter Xu, the Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand
  • "Knowledge Representation for Robotics and

      Craig Schlenoff, NIST, USA
  • "Underwater Robots & Applications"
      Hyun-Taek Choi, KIOST, Korea
  • "Flapping-Wing Air Vehicles - Construction, Control,
      and Validation"

      Sanjay Boddhu, Wright State Univ., USA
Prof. Victor RASKIN, Purdue Univ., USA
“Robotic Intelligence—a Specific Form of Artificial Intelligence”
Much success has been achieved in robotic hardware: today’s robots can perform physical activities that were not achievable only a few years ago: they are more stable, faster, carry more...

Prof. Jacky Baltes,
Univ. of Manitoba, Canada

“Recent Advances in Humanoid

The talk describes recent advances in humanoid robotics research in the areas of active balancing and push recovery. The first part of the talk will describe Jennifer, the first ice hockey playing humanoid robot...

Prof. Hyun Myung, KAIST, Korea
“Robot Navigation and Monitoring
Technologies for U-City”

In this talk, the core technologies to provide various services in ubiquitous city (U-City) will be introduced, mainly focusing on localization, autonomous navigation, and monitoring technologies...

Prof. Henrik Hautop Lund,
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

“Playware from Distributed Robotics”
Playware is defined as intelligent hardware and software that creates play and playful experiences for users of all ages. With recent technology development, we become able...

  • "Using Cultural Algorithms to Design Controllers
      for Robot and Softbots"

      Robert G. Reynolds, Wayne State Univ., USA
  • Paper submission:July 30 Sep 10, 2013
  • Acceptance notification:Sep 30 Oct 10, 2013
  • Final paper submission:Oct 20 Nov 2, 2013