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17th edition of the IEEE International Symposium on Robotic and Sensors Environments will be held at Chemnitz University of Technology on 20-21 June, 2024

  • Two women work in the laboratory.
    The Chair of Measurement and Sensor Technology also conducts research in the field of smart e-health, including the behavior of the forearm muscles when making gestures. Photo: Bilel Ben Atitallah

The 17th edition of the IEEE International Symposium on Robotic and Sensors Environments (ROSE) will be held on 20-21 June, 2024 at Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany. This two-day conference gathers experts from research institutes, companies, and universities to discuss advancements in sensing systems and technologies for robotics and industrial automation. The focus will be on the impact of innovations on the development and application of autonomous robotics and intelligent systems. The conference has attracted significant interest and provides two distinguishable keynote speeches by experts in this field. Prof. Bruno Siciliano, Professor of Robotics and Chair of the Scientific Council of ICAROS Center at the University of Naples Federico II, and Past President of IEEE Robotics & Automation Society will report on AI & 5G in robotics. Prof. Mohsen Kaboli, PI & director of RoboTac Lab at BMW Research will provide a lecture on Embodied Tactile Intelligence and how it revolutionizes Robotics and Interactive Intelligent Systems. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from distinguished professionals, network with peers, and explore the latest trends and challenges in robotic sensing environments.

In addition to six main sessions, two workshops will be held. Prof. Florian Röhrbein (TU Chemnitz) will lead a workshop on brain- and bio-inspired robotics, exploring how principles from neuroscience and biology can drive innovation in robotic systems. This workshop will cover the development and use of bio-inspired sensors, which emulate the sensory capabilities of living organisms to provide robots with enhanced perception and responsiveness. Participants will also have the opportunity to join an online meeting with members of the euRobotics Topic Group on Bio-inspired Robotics and attend the inaugural meeting of the Neurorobotic working group of the German node of EBRAINS.

Prof. Olfa Kanoun (TU Chemnitz) will provide a workshop on the potential of multi-modal sensing in smart wearables to present achievements realized within the CRC Hybrid Societies. The workshop will cover the integration of various sensing technologies developed at the chair for measurement and sensor technology to enhance the functionality and user experience of wearable devices, highlighting innovative applications and future trends in this rapidly evolving field addressing technologies for human-machine interfaces, rehabilitation, and sports.

Homepage of the “International Symposium on Robotic and Sensors Environments” (ROSE): https://rose2024.ieee-ims.org/

Contact: Prof. Dr. Olfa Kanoun, phone +49(0)371 531-36931, email Olfa.Kanoun@etit.tu-chemnitz.de

(Source: Professorship of Measurements and Sensor Technology)

Mario Steinebach

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