IEEE Symposium on

Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space

The 2018 IEEE Symposium on Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space (RiiSS2018) will bring together scientists, engineers and students from around the world to discuss the latest advances in the field of robot intelligence within the context of informationally structured space. Recently, the emerging synthesis of information technology (IT), network technology (NT), and robot technology (RT) is one of the most promising approaches to realize a safe, secure, and comfortable society for the next generation. Human-centered systems require, in particular, sophisticated physical and information services, which are based on sensor networks, ubiquitous computing, and intelligent artifacts. Information resources and the accessibility within an environment are essential for people and for robots. The environment surrounding people and robots should have a structured platform for gathering, storing, transforming, and providing information. Such an environment is called informationally structured space.

The manuscripts should be submitted in PDF format. Click Here to know further guidelines for submission.

The intelligent computing for the design and use of the informationally structured space should be discussed from various points of view at the same time. An intelligent robot can be an interface connecting between people and informationally structured space to search and provide information. Computational intelligence plays an important role in dealing with perception, action, decision-making, planning, adaptation, and learning of robots in the informationally structured space.


The IEEE Symposium on Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space focuses on the intelligence emerging from the synthetic integration of IT, NT, and RT in the informationally structured space. Topics for contributions include, but may not be limited to the following researches:
  •    Computational Intelligence in Robotics
  •    Adaptation, Learning and Evolution in Robotics
  •    Networked Intelligent Robotics
  •    Multi-Robot Systems
  •    Swarm Robotics
  •    Collective Decision Making
  •    Tele-operated Robots
  •    Human-Robot Interaction
  •    Human Centered Systems
  •    Informationally Structured Space
  •    Intelligent Space
  •    Intelligent Ubiquitous Sensor Networks

Symposium Co-Chairs

Janos Botzheim

Szechenyi University, Hungary

Hiroyuki Masuta

Toyama Prefecture University, Japan

Naoki Masuyama

Osaka Prefecture University

Program Committee

Antonio ChellaUniversity of Palermo, Italy
Boris TudjarovTechnical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Branislav BorovacUniversity of Novi Sad, Serbia
Chee Seng ChanUniversity of Malaya, Malaysia
Chrysostomos StyliosTEI OF EPIRUS, Greece
Frank GuerinUniversity of Aberdeen, UK
Gyula MesterUniversity of Szeged, Hungary
Hao YingUniversity of Wayne, USA
Hui YuUniversity of Portsmouth, UK
Huiyu ZhouQueen’s University Belfast, UK
Indra Adji SulistijonoElectronics Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya, Indonesia
Kazuyoshi WadaTokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Kok Wai WongMurdoch University, Australia
Lakmal SeneviratneKhalifa University, United Arad Emirates
Laurence AmaralFederal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Maki HabibThe American University in Cairo, Egypt
Min JiangXiamen University, China
Naoyuki KubotaTokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Richard J. DuroUniversidade da Coruña, Spain
Robert KarlsenUS Army – TARDEC, USA
Ryad ChellaliNanjing Tech University, China
Ryota IshibashiTokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Samir GarbayaENSAM - Arts et Metiers ParisTech, France
Senen BarroUniversity of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Shuming WangNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Simon EgertonMonash University, Malaysia
Stephen StubberudRaytheon, USA
Takahiro TakedaTokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Takenori OboTokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Ulrich RuckertUniversity of Paderborn, Germany
Valentina BalasUniversity of Arad, Romania
Yinlai JiangThe University of Electro-Communications, Japan