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Robot Services and Human
-
Robot Interaction



Proposed by:



Marco Ceccar
elli
,
University of Cassino, ceccarelli@unicas.it



Theodor Borangiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest
, theodor.borangiu@cimr.pub.ro


Short Presentation
:


This

special session aims at gathering scientific contributions to s
ervice orientation in robotics
,
reflected in
human
-
robot interaction techniques and swarm intelligence technologies and solutions. Applications of robot
services are sought for stationary and mobile robot platforms integrated in manufacturing, as well as for outdoor
multi
-
wheeled or mult
i
-
legged
autonomous robots.

Intelligent information technologies used in the development of robot services include c
ollaborative
technologies

in multi
-
arm robotic tasks, multi
-
agent robot
teams and

semi
-
heterarchical topologies
,
bio
-
inspired

organization

a
nd strategies for holonic motion control and evolutionary robotics. Swarm intelligence in robotics for
manufacturing and services addresses papers dealing with emergent collective intelligence, self
-
organization
(stigmergy) and self
-
adaptation (genetic alg
orithms, evolutionary strategies and genetic programming) in robot
control.
Agent
-
Oriented robot coordination; integration in Holonic Manufacturing Execution

Recently, there has been a growth of interest in socially intelligent robotic technologies featuri
ng flexible and
customizable behaviours. Because robots are more and more present in our daily lives the new trend is to make
them behave more natural so as to obtain an appropriate social behaviour and response.

Natural
-
like interaction

of
humans with rob
ots

are

considered for communication (model
s

of hand gestures
that allow
natural gestures
to be
interpreted by the
robot
) and emulation of human skills in

routine tasks (extracting reusable task knowledge from
visual observation of human gestures, learning

operational activities from hu
man demonstration). This research line
covers
: (i) Spatial and temporal modelling of communicative and manipulative gestures; (ii) Hand gestures analysis
and recognition, based on multiple
-
image processing); (iii) Reusable ta
sk knowledge extractor from visual
observation of human performance and
dexterous
action reproducer (human tasks emulator); (iv) Visual servoing
controller for environmental motion fine tuning.

This Special Session also gathers papers describing new robot

services applications such as: r
obot
-
driven 3D
shape reconstruction for
healthcare services (
or
thopaedic and surgery
services
);
human
-
personal robot

communication (
assisting people in special, difficult tasks; assisting aged / disabled people in everyday
tasks
)
;

cognitive learning for dexterous task reproducing
; surface generation by robot sculpture.


Keywords
: robot s
ervices,
intelligent robot t
echnologies,
human
-
robot i
nteraction,
dexterous task reproducing,
gesture recognition, collective robot intelli
gence, swarm intelligence; bio
-
inspired theory; agent
-
based robot
control; holonic multi
-
body motion control.


Expected number of papers
: 8
-
10









Contacts
:
ceccarelli@unicas.it, theodor.
bora
ngiu@cimr.pub.ro

Recommended reviewers
:

Peter Kopacek, TU Vienna,

Mircea Ivanescu, University of Craiova,

Dorian Cojocaru, University of Craiova,

Imre Rudas, Obuda University of Budapest

Roman Kamnik, University of Ljubljana,

Leon Zlajpah, Stefan Institute, Ljubljana,

Karel Jezernik, University of Maribor,

Gernot K
ronreif,

Cesare Rossi, University of Naples,

Giuseppe Carbone, University of Cassino,

Andrea Manuello Bertetto
, University of Cagliari,

Mihai Poboroniuc, Technical University of Iasi,



Important Dates




Full Paper Submission
:


November 18
, 2011



Notifi
cation of Acceptance
:



January 10, 2012



Final Paper Submission
:


February 24, 2012

For author guidelines, please refer to
http://www.incom12.ro