Workshop on Technologies of Life Support and Assistant Robots
Chairs of the Workshop:
Shota Nakashima, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Shenglin Mu, Ehime University, Japan
Improving the quality of life (QOL) is a significant issue in the progressing aging societies all over the world. Manyadvanced and high-quality technologies have been applying to contribute in the QOL improvement. Among them, robotics with support and assistant functions are considered as important and attractive field. This session focuses on innovative researches and technologies related to the life support and assistant robots. The contentsinclude innovative devices, robots and systems for life support and assistance, advanced sensing and monitoring devices and technologies applied on support and assistant robots, rehabilitation devices, robots and systems, informatics, control, mechatronics and robotics in life support and assistance. This session also welcomes all researches and technologies regarding innovation and challenging in support and assistance technology in addition to the above technical issues. The review process will be double blind, all submissions have to be in English and with paper length of 6-10 pages.
The topics of the Workshop on Technologies of Life Support and Assistant Robots include but not limited to the followings:
- Life Support Technology for Robots
- Rehabilitation Devices and Robots
- Assistant Devices, Robots and Systems
- Informatics, Control, Mechatronics, Robotics in Life Support and Assistance
- Sensing and Monitoring Devices and Technologies for Life Support and Assistance
- Human-computer Interaction Technologies for Life Support and Assistant Robots
- AI Technologies for Life Support and Assistant Robots and Systems
- Wearable Devices and Systems for Life Support and Assistance
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Full Paper Submission deadline
16 August 2020
16 September 2020
20 October 2020
Start of Conference
21 November 2020
End of Conference
22 November 2020