Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation 2017
11-13 December, 2017 at The University of Technology, Sydney
The 2017 Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (ACRA2017) will be held on 11-13 December 2017 in Sydney, Australia at the The University of Technology Sydney and is hosted by the Centre for Autonomous Systems of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.
Call for Papers:
Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers in PDF of six (6) to ten (10) pages in the standard ACRA format. ACRA 2017 is a single-track conference.
All full papers submitted to ACRA 2017 will undergo a peer-review process. Each manuscript will be reviewed by at least two reviewers who will give detailed comments. If the submission is accepted, the authors will submit a revised (“camera-ready”) version that takes into account this feedback. The review process is managed by the program chair of the conference
This year, you will have unprecedented opportunity to submit your ICRA 2018 papers to ACRA 2017 (after converting to the ACRA paper format). These papers would be subjected to both ACRA and ICRA review processes independently. The ACRA accepted papers can be presented in the ACRA 17 conference (in December), however, these full text ACRA papers won’t be published online until ICRA decisions are made in Jan 2018. We then publish the papers which are accepted by ACRA but rejected by ICRA in ACRA 17 online proceedings.
Camera ready paper Submissions (Open): ACRA’17 paper submission site
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Raymond A. Jarvis Best Paper Award: “Simultaneous Optical Flow and Segmentation (SOFAS) using Dynamic Vision Sensor”, Timo Stoffregen (Monash University), Lindsay Kleeman (Monash University)
Best Student Paper: “Energy-Optimal Kinodynamic Planning for Underwater Gliders in Flow Fields”, James Ju Heon Lee (University of Technology Sydney), Chanyeol Yoo (University of Technology Sydney), Raewyn Hall (DSG), Stuart Anstee (DSG), Robert Fitch (University of Technology Sydney)
Since 1999, ACRA has brought together Australian and New Zealand researchers and students in the fields of robotics, automation and mechatronics. It provides a forum to present a breadth of research activities to the wider Australasian community. ACRA is a quality, peer-reviewed conference, and is featured in Scopus, Google Scholar and other ranking engines.