AAL User-Centred Companion Robotics Experimentoria - Reminder Print
AAL User-Centred Companion Robotics Experimentoria - Reminder

Call for Participation Reminder

Supporting Socio-ethically Intelligent Assistive Technologies Adoption

For this 5th Workshop the AAL-CRI Workshops Committee wishes to keep its focus firmly on the synergy of the following important themes, the confluence of which will significantly influence the mainstreaming of the Companion/Social Robotics of the future as realistic options off-the-shelf and as an important part of the AAL Solutions Spectrum:

• Socio-ethically intelligent deployment of AAL-Companion/Social Robotics
• AAL Ecosystem  Stakeholders’ Requirements generalisation ontology framework
• Human-Robot Interaction: comprising a range of issues: e.g. direct voice-commanded control, real-time remote control, personal-space-preservation and contextualised dialogue management
• AAL-Companion/Social Robots as emotion/activity literate monitors and context-sensitive respondents
• Human-Robot and Robot-Robot Teams Cooperativity and Training Autonomy support
• AAL-Companion Robot secure semantic Interoperability with the Future Internet and the AAL  Platform
• The Thriving AAL Ecosystem: Matchmaking of Assistive Devices to Well-Being Needs: Achieving the triple dynamic equilibrium point of optimally matched AAL Spectra:  i)  the AAL users’ Needs Spectrum, ii) the ALL Solutions Shelf, and, iii) Affordability Engineered Sustainable AAL Business Models
• AAL-Companion Robotics as Socialisation and Assistance Gateways mediating access to richer social interaction,  positive psychology and fun socio-cognitive stimulation
• Validation and Certification Practice Models for efficient usability evaluation and safety-security assurance of personalised ICT-enabled support for the AAL user’s priority needs
• Future Internet of People, Companion Robots, Things and Services Sociality
• Dynamic Usability-Relationship-Based Evaluation of Assistive Technologies

Participation Process and Timeline

Participation in the AAL-CRI Workshop Series is open and free to all members of the stakeholder community.

• 21st February2011: Deadline for submission of papers by email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
• 26th February2011: Deadline for notification of accepted papers
• 5th March 2011: Deadline for Final Camera-Ready Submission

Professor Atta Badii
Chair of Secure Pervasive Technologies
Director of Intelligent Media Systems and Services Research Laboratory
School of Systems Engineering
University of Reading
Whiteknights
RG6 6AY, UK
Phone: 00 44 118 378 7842
           00 44 118 378 6489
           00 44 118 378 7643

Fax:     00 44 118 975 1994

Email:
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Date:
8 March,2011

Location:
Brussels, Belgium

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