About LARS/SBR 2016
SBR’2016 – 4th Brazilian Symposium on Robotics and LARS’2016 – 13rd Latin American Robotics Symposium.
The LARS/SBR Robotics Symposium is part of the ROBOTICA 2016, and aims at promoting a comprehensive scientific meeting in the area of Intelligent Robotics, bringing together researchers, undergraduate and graduate students of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering and related areas.
The event will be held through technical sessions of oral presentation of full papers and technical lectures of recognized importance in the area. We are looking forward to seeing you in LARS/SBR 2016.
The LARS and SBR are the major scientific/academic meetings of the entire event that will have others relevant events on robotics. The event will also comprise CTDR/WTDR – Workshop on MSc Dissertation and PhD Thesis in Robotics, the WRE – Workshop of Robotics in Education, LARC – 15th. Latin American Robotics Competition; CBR – 14th Competição Brasileira de Robótica; OBR – 10th. Olimpíada Brasileira de Robótica; MNR – 6th. Mostra Nacional de Robótica.
October 8-12, 2016 – Recife, PE
from July 1 to August 26
August 27 to September 30
July 18 – Aug 26
Aug 27 – Sep 30
|Full registration – IEEE or SBC member
|Full registration – Non SBC member
|Student registration – IEE or SBC member
|Student registration – non SBC member
|Extra paper fee
Registration for SBR/LARS 2016 and Workshops (WRE/WTDR) can be performed direct in ECOS system by the button below:
Credit Card and “Nota de Empenho” payments are available.
All registration categories include access to all the events in Robotica 2016, welcome reception and conference dinner.
Conference dinner accompanying adhesion can be purchased on the conference site.
For each accepted paper in LARS/SBR 2016 at least one author should register at full registration by August 26th, 2016
Without registering, your paper will not appear in the proceedings.
Each full registration will be considered for up to two (2) papers in LARS/SBR 2016. If the author has more than 2 paper to be published, any additional paper will require an extra fee of R$ 250,00. For example, a registration of an author for 4 papers in LARS/SBR 2016 would be 1 (one) full registration + 2 (two) extra papers fees.
For WRE, WTDR and CTDR co-allocated events, at least one author must be registered in the event (Full or student registration). There is no limit of papers.
The deadline for the registration refund request is at most two weeks prior to the event and the amount to be reimbursed will be 80%.
PROGRAM OF THE EVENT
Each accepted paper will have 10 minutes for oral presentation + 5 minutes of questions (total of 15 minutes per paper)
|October 9, 2016
|October 10, 2016
October 11, 2016
|8:30 – 9:00
|9:00 – 9:15
Vision System for Robots 1
|9:15 – 9:30
|9:30 – 9:45
|9:45 – 10:00
|10:00 – 10:15
|10:15 – 10:45
|10:45 – 12:00
Vision System for Robots 2
|12:00 – 14:15
|14:15 – 16:00
Arthur de Crook
|16:00 – 16:15
|16:15 – 18:00
Reasoning and Control
Navigation of Mobile Robots
Modeling and Simulations
|18:00 – 20:00
||Meeting of the CER- SBC
|20:00 – 24:00
- Paper registration/submission site open:
February 1, 2016
- Paper Submission DEADLINE :
May 16, 2016 May 27, 2016 ** EXTENDED **
- Notification of Acceptance:
June 24, 2016 July 3, 2016 ** EXTENDED **
- Camera Ready Submission:
July 18, 2016 July 25,2016 August 5,2016 ** EXTENDED **
- Early registration: July 20 – August
20 26, 2016 ** EXTENDED **
- Regular Registration: August
21 27 – September 30, 2016
Papers must be written in English and must not exceed 6 pages in standard IEEE format including title, abstract, all tables, figures, and references. Papers should present substantial new results in theoretical, empirical and applied research related to the topics of the conference.
Template for MS-Word: MS Word template ieeeconf_A4.dot
Template for Latex: http://ras.papercept.net/conferences/support/files/ieeeconf.zip
PROCEEDINGS: The proceedings will be published by IEEE, being available through the IEEE Xplore site.
FINAL VERSION FOR ACCEPTED PAPERS: The final version must be submitted in PDF file following the IEEE Formatting Instructions. Please, check the IEEE information here.
The submission of the Final Version must be made until August 5th, 2016.
JINT SPECIAL ISSUES: The best articles from IEEE LARS/SBR 2016 will be selected based on the review scores given by at least three referees. Their authors will be invited to submit extended versions (by at least 30%) to the special issue through the Editorial Manager System at www.editorialmanager.com/jint/. Following JINT policy, the articles will go to the reviewing process of JINT, done by another three experts.
TOPICS OF THE EVENT
1. Vision in robotics and automation;
2. Symbol mediated robot behavior control;
3. Sensory mediated robot behavior control;
4. Active sensory processing and control;
5. Industrial applications of autonomous systems;
6. Sensor modeling and data interpretation e.g. models and software for sensor data integration, 3D scene analysis, environment description and modeling, pattern recognition;
7. Robust techniques in AI and sensing e.g. uncertainty modeling, graceful degradation of systems;
8. Robot programming e.g. on-line and off-line programming, discrete event dynamical systems, fuzzy logic;
9. Multi-Robot and Multi-Agents, Cooperation and Collaboration;
10. CAD-based robotics e.g. CAD-based vision, reverse engineering;
11. Robot simulation and visualization tools;
12. Tele-operated and autonomous systems;
13. Micro electromechanical robots;
14. Robot modeling;
15. Robot control architectures;
16. Sensor-Motor control of Robots;
17. Robot planning, reasoning, communication, adaptation and learning;
18. Mechanical design;
19. Robotic Manipulators;
20. Robot soccer;
21. Evolutionary robotics;
22. Bio-Inspired robotics;
23. Robots for robotic surgery and rehabilitation;
24. Micro/nano robotics, new Devices and materials for robots;
25. Human Robot Interaction and Interfaces;
26. Education issues in Robotics;
27. Computing architectures;
28. Sensor Networks, architectures of embedded Hardware and software;
29. Self-Localization, Mapping and Navigation;
30. Multi-robot systems;
31. Aerial vehicles;
32. Autonomous vehicles;
33. Mobile robot platforms;
34. Service robots and entertainment robots;
35. Underwater robots;