IEEE/RSJ 2008 International Conference   on Intelligent Robots and Systems
IEEE/RSJ 2008 International Conference
on Intelligent RObots and Systems
                   September, 22-26, 2008, Nice, France


The following fee policy has been decided for the workshops:

  • the one-day registration will allow to attend any workshop/tutorial of the day
  • very low price for students (see the Registration section)

The schedule of the workshops is:

  • 9h-10h30 workshops
  • 10h30-10h50 Coffee break
  • 10h50-12h30 workshop
  • 12h30-14h Lunch break
  • 14h-16h worshop
  • 16h-16h20 coffee break
  • 16h20-18h workshop
Contact the workshop organizers for more information on the organization of the workshop.

List of Workshops/Tutorials

September 22

  • Grasp and task learning by imitation, web link
  • Current software frameworks in cognitive robotics integrating different computational paradigms, web link
  • Current State of the Art and Future Challenges in Nanorobotics, web link
  • Self-Reconfigurable Robots, web link
  • Visual guidance systems for small autonomous aerial vehicles, web link
  • Workshop on robot simulators: available software, scientific applications and future, web link
  • Robotics Challenges for Machine Learning, web link
  • Tutorial on Vision for Robotics, web link
  • Multi-Competence Adaptation in Robotics and A-life web link
  • Fast Marching Method: Theoretical Underpinnings and Applications to Robotics, web link
  • Teaching Human-Robot Interaction to Humans, web link
  • Modeling, Estimation, Path Planning and Control of All Terrain Mobile Robots, web link

September 26

  • Mobiligence: Adaptive Motor Function through Dynamic Interactions among the Body, Brain and Environment, web link
  • From motor to interaction learning in robots, web link
  • Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking for Intelligent Robots and Systems, web link
  • Robot Services in Aging Society, web link
  • Workshop on Home Robotics WHR 2008, web link
  • 2nd Workshop on Planning, Perception and Navigation for Intelligent Vehicles, web link
  • Network Robot Systems: human concepts of space and activity, integration and applications, web link
  • Art and Robots, web link
  • 3D-Mapping, web link
  • Motion planning with the OOPSMP toolkit: A hands-on tutorial on using state-of-the-art, web link
Program: A pdf file of the preliminary program is available here and may also be found in the "Program" section.