The 2nd Korea-France Symposium on Dependable Robotic Navigation.
   

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Greetings

It is my great pleasure to invite you to the Second Korea-France Symposium on Dependable Robotic Navigation. The Symposium covers the state-of-the-art technologies on autonomus navigation as well as sensor guided move for robots, vehicles, and manipulators, with the emphasis on dependability and robustness. This theme of the forum represents one of the key technologies for intelligent robots and systems that provide a great impact on the emerging application of robotic service to human. INRIA/LASMEA has been known to world as one of the leading research centers for intelligent robots and systems. We are delighted and happy to have INRIA/LASMEA as a partner of international collaboration. My Special Thanks go to the France Embassy in Korea and Gyeonggi Provincial Govenment for their generous support for this workshop. Please, join in this special event and update and broaden your information and prespective.

Sukhan Lee
Professor and Director
The Intelligent Systems Research Center
Sungkyunkwan University

Schedule

1st day : 27th October 2005

TimeContentPresenter
9:00 ~ 9:30Registration
9:30 ~ 9:40Opening speechChilgee Lee
Session 1 : Introduction ( Chair : Dr. Dong Kyu Kim )
9:40 ~ 10:10The Research Group GRAVIR : Overview of the novel organizationPhilippe Martinet
10:10 ~ 10:40Introduction of ISRCSukhan Lee
10:40 ~ 11:10A Middleware Architecture for Community Computing with Intelligent AgentsHeeYong Yoon
Coffee Break ( 11:10 ~ 11:20 )
Session 2 : Navigation I ( Chair : Dr. Philippe Martinet )
11:20 ~ 11:50Mapping in Car Park EnvironmentsChristopher Tay
Meng Keat
11:50 ~ 12:20Monocular Vision Used as a localization sensor for mobile robot navigationJean-Marc
Lavest
12:20 ~ 12:50Indoor SLAM using Constraint Manifold FilteringSeungmin Baek
Lunch ( 12:50 ~ 14:30 )
Session 3 : Navigation II ( Chair : Dr. Seungmin Baek )
14:30 ~ 15:00Nonlinear Control Strategies for Urban Vehicle Platooning Philippe Martinet
15:00 ~ 15:30Evolutionary robotics and self-localizationAnna Spalanzani
15:30 ~ 16:00Mobile Robot Navigation Using Real-Time Topological InformationJae-Bok Song
Coffee Break ( 16:00 ~ 16:10 )
Session 4 : Motion & Manipulation ( Chair : Dr. Anna Spalanzani )
16:10 ~ 16:40Progressive Motion PlanningHadi Moradi
16:40 ~ 17:10Dependable Manipulation for SilverMate RobotSungchul Kang
17:10 ~ 17:40Grid based approach for multi-objects trackingOlivier Aycard
18:30 ~Banquet


2nd day : 28th October 2005

TimeContentPresenter
Session 5 : Perception I ( Chair : Dr. Olivier Aycard )
9:30 ~ 10:00PERSYST : Recent results on PERception SYSTems at LASMEA/GRAVIRFrederic Chausse
10:00 ~ 10:30Incremental Recognition of Objects in a Sequence of Stereo ImagesYeonchool Park
10:30 ~ 11:00Central Catadioptric vision for robot controlHicham Hadj
Abdelkader
Coffee Break ( 11:00 ~ 11:10 )
Session 6 : Perception II ( Chair : Dr. Hadi Moradi )
11:10 ~ 11:40A 3D Camera Using Infrared Structured Light For Intelligent Service RobotsJongmoo Choi
11:40 ~ 12:10Alert systems for improving the safety of vulnerable road usersDavid Raulo
12:10 ~ 12:40Lab Tour
Lunch ( 12:40 ~ 14:00 )
14:.00 ~ 18:00Technical Tour


Organizer

ISRC
(Intelligent System Research Center)
INRIA
(The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Complex)
LASMEA
(Laboratory of Sciences and Materials for Electronics, and of Automatic)
The 21st Century Frontier Research Program on Intelligent Robots
School of Information and Communication Engineering, SKKU



Sponsor



Contact

Phone : +82-31-299-6471
E-mail : hjahn@ece.skku.ac.kr