• World Congress on
    Artificial Intelligence
    and Robotics
    05 - 07 November 2018, Frankfurt, Germany
  • 05 - 07 November 2018, Frankfurt, Germany

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Important Notes

Important Dates

First round of abstract submission: March 07, 2018
Notification of Acceptance: 2 days after your abstract submission
Earlybird Registration: 3 March 2018


Robotics and Screw Theory
Bio-engineering and Bio-mechanics
Robotics and Mechatronics

Featured Speakers

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About the Event

What is Artificial Intelligence and Robotics-2018

Do you have AI and Robotics experience to share? We're looking for groundbreaking business applications, compelling use cases, rock-solid technical skills, tear-downs of successful AI projects and dissections of failures and ideas that just might change the world.

The objective is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Artificial Intelligence. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations.

The technical program will consist of invited talks, single track oral and interactive sessions, and panel discussions that lead to in-depth discussions. We will make every effort to provide you with an informative and stimulating program.

Scientific Sessions

  • Robotics and Screw Theory
  • Bio-engineering and Bio-mechanics
  • Robotics and Mechatronics
  • Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and Micro robots
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Multi-Robot Systems
  • Remote and Telerobotics
  • Robot Localization and Map Building
  • Neural Networks
  • Marine Robotics
  • Aerial Robotics and UAV
  • Machine Learning
  • Ambient Intelligence & Knowledge Representation
  • Data Mining Methods and Algorithms
  • Big Data Applications
  • Multi-agent Systems
  • Ontologies and Knowledge-Based Systems
  • Mathematical Preliminaries and Notation
  • Prototypical Applications
  • Affective computing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Imaging and Image Processing
  • Computer Games Design & Development
  • Multimedia Applications
  • Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
  • Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
  • Artificial Intelligence for Business
  • Human Computer Interaction and Visualization
  • Artificial Intelligence & Multimedia Technologies in Healthcare
  • Virtual Reality
  • New Approaches in Automation and Robotics
  • Humanoid Robots: New Developments
  • Medical robots and Biotechnology
  • AI in Pharma and Bio-medicine
  • Applications of AI in Banking, Finance and Risk Management

Organizing Committee

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Uchino Kenji

EE professor at The Pennsylvania State University.

Kenji Uchino, one of the pioneers in piezoelectric actuators, is Founding Director of International Center for Actuators and Transducers and Professor of EE and MatSE at Penn State University. He wasAssociate Director (Global Technology Awareness) at The US Office of Naval Research – Global Tokyo Office (2010-2014). He was also the Founder and Senior Vice President of Micromechatronics Inc., State College, PA (2004-20010). He became Research Associate/Assistant Professor (1976) in Physical Electronics Department at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, then, joined Sophia University, Japan as Associate Professor in Physics Department in 1985. He was recruited from The Penn State University in 1991. He was the Founding Chair of Smart Actuators/Sensors Committee, Japan Technology Transfer Association sponsored by Ministry of Economics, Trading and Industries, Japan (1987-2014), and is a long-term Chair of International Conference on New Actuators, Messe Bremen, Germany since 1997. His research interest is in solid state physics, especially in ferroelectrics and piezoelectrics, including basic research on theory, materials, device designing and fabrication processes, as well as application development of solid state actuators/sensors for precision positioners, micro-robotics, ultrasonic motors, smart structures, piezoelectric transformers and energy harvesting. K. Uchino is known as the discoverer/inventor of the following topics: (1) lead magnesium niobate (PMN)-based electrostricive materials, (2) cofired multilayer piezoelectric actuators (MLA), (3) superior piezoelectricity in relaxor-lead titanate-based piezoelectric single crystals (PZN-PT), (4) photostrictive phenomenon, (5) shape memory ceramics, (6) magnetoelectric composite sensors, (7) transient response control scheme of piezoelectric actuators (Pulse-Drive technique), (8) micro ultrasonic motors, (9) multilayer disk piezoelectric transformers, and (10) piezoelectric loss characterization methodology. He has authored 525 papers, 68 books and 31 patentsin the ceramic actuator area.

Lyle N. Long

Professor of Aerospace Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Computational science and engineering, software engineering, unmanned air vehicles, neural networks, intelligent systems, high performance computing, and computational fluid dynamics. EDUCATION Doctor of Science, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 1983. (Advisors: F. Farassat and Michael K. Myers) Master of Science, Stanford University, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford, California, 1978. (Advisor: R. S. Shevell) Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Distinction, The University of Minnesota, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976. EXPERIENCE Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Mathematics, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1989 - present. Professor of Aerospace Engineering, (2006 - present) (Prof. 1998-2006, Assoc. Prof. 1994-98, Asst. Prof. 1989-94) Appointments in other departments: Professor of Acoustics, (1999 - present) Professor of Mathematics (2006 - present) Professor of Mechanical Engineering (2009 - present) Professor of Neuroscience (2008 - present) Director and Founder, Graduate Minor Program in Computational Science (CSci) (2006 - present) Director and Founder, Institute for Computational Science (ICS), Penn State Univ. (2004 - 2006) Member, Applied Research Lab , Penn State Univ. (2005 . present) Director, Institute for High Performance Computing Applications (1995 - 2004). Director and Founder, Graduate Minor Program in High Performance Computing (1999 - 2006) Administrative Director, Rotorcraft Center of Excellence (Army/NASA Funded) (1996 - 2005). Helped raise more than $ 23 M in research funding Written or co-authored more than 200 papers

Alberto Lopez Delis

Medical Biophysics Center University of Oriente Santiago de Cuba

He holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute Jose Antonio Hecheverría (1992), a Master's degree in Automation - Oriente University, Cuba (2004) and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Brasilia, Brazil. He is currently as Titular Researcher, Assistant Professor and First Level Technologist at the Medical Biophysics Center of the University of the Oriente University. He has experience in the areas of Biomedical Engineering, with emphasis on Biomedical Instrumentation, Digital Signal Processing, Neural Networks, Myoelectric Control, Digital Electronics and Digital Signal Processor Architecture, Processors and Microcontrollers. Actually, is working on projects related to Assistive and Rehabilitation technology (exoskeleton and prosthesis), as well as in Compressive Sensing Techniques. Also, he is working in a post-doctoral position at the University of Brasilia, Brazil.

Malka N. Halgamuge

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Melbourne

Dr Malka N. Halgamuge is a Researcher in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Melbourne, she has also obtained her PhD from the same department in 2007. She is passionate about research and teaching university students (Lifesciences, Big Data/Data Science, Natural Disaster, Wireless Communication). She has published more than 80 peer-reviewed technical articles attracting over 780 Google Scholar Citations with h-index = 14 and her Research Gate RG Score is 31.75. She successfully sought 7 short-term research fellowships at premier Universities in the World.

Denis Delisle Rodriguez

Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil.

Denis Delisle Rodríguez born at the Santiago de Cuba city, Cuba. He finished the career in Telecommunication and Electronic Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering from the University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (2005). At 2005 year old, he jointed to the Center of Medical Biophysics from the University of Oriente, developing prototypes for biomedical researches, such as movement analysis using surface electromyography (EMG) signals, and pulse rate variability studies using electrocardiogram and photoplethysmography signals. He completed the Master in Science in Biomedical Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering from the University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (2013). At 2017, he concluded the PhD in Electrical Engineering in the area of Robotic and Automation Intelligent, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brasil (2017). Currently, he is focused on biomedical signal processing, acting on the following subjects: electroencephalogram (EEG), EMG, pattern recognition applied to brain-computer interface (BCI) for real and imagery motor task recognition, as well as the emotion recognition using images.

Christian Moeller

Department Chair in UCLA Design Media Arts, Los Angeles.

He studied architecture at the College of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt and under Gustav Peichl at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. After working in the Stuttgart architect's office of Günther Behnisch he commenced as guest artist in the Institute for New Media in the Städelschule, Frankfurt, under Peter Weibel. In 1990 he founded his own artist studio and media laboratory in Frankfurt. From 1995 to 1997 headed the ARCHEMEDIA research institute at the College of Design in Linz, Austria. He was a professor at the State College of Design in Karlsruhe, Germany, until he moved to the United States in 2001. Currently he is professor in the department of Design Media Arts at UCLA and operates his studio in Silverlake, Los Angeles, California. His large scale site specific works interrogate and explore the synergies between architecture and sound, technology and moving image. He works with contemporary media technologies to produce innovative and intense physical events, realized from hand held objects to architectural scale installations. Over the past two decades, his work has been increasingly focused on the field of public art.

Registration Categories

Early Bird Date: April 02, 2018

Speaker/Delegate Registration$699

  • Access to main conference sessions, exhibitions, poster sessions, Conference material, Tea / Coffee breaks and lunch during the conference days

Student Registration$300

  • Access to main conference sessions, exhibitions, poster sessions, Conference material, Tea / Coffee breaks and lunch during the conference days

Local Attendees$400

  • Access to main conference sessions, exhibitions, poster sessions, Conference material, Tea / Coffee breaks and lunch during the conference days


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Frankfurt, Germany