Best Conference Paper Contest

Best Paper Award finalists:

Paper ID

Paper title

#1073

Design and Development of Bio-Inspired Flapping Wing Aerial Vehicles

#1087

A Novel Barcode System for Intelligent Automation Industry

#1093

A Proposal of Right and Left Turning Mechanism for Quasi-Passive Walking Robot

#1112

Semi-automatically Simultaneous Localization and Mapping for Home Service Robots

#1116

Supporting in Physics-based eRobotics-Testbeds the Pervasive Employment of Intelligent Robot Manipulators

 

Best Presentation Paper Award finalists:

Paper ID

Paper title

#1036

Attitude Control of Quadrotor via Fuzzy Controller

#1100

A Method of Depth Improvement for Stereo System Based on Random Pattern Projection

#1122

Comparison of Upper- and Lower- Limb Motor Imagery EEG

#1131

3-D Object Recognition and Localization for Robot Pick and Place Application Employing a Global Area Based Descriptor

#1060

Cooperative Formation Control of Small-Scale Unmanned Multi-Helicopters Using Potential Field and PSO-RGA

Purpose

  • To encourage all conference attendees to present their excellent research work.
  • To promote academic and technical intercommunion among all conference attendees.

Important Date

  • January 10, 2015  March 06, 2015 Proposals and extended abstracts of organized sessions
  • March 10, 2015 March 20, 2015 Submission of contributed papers
  • April 10, 2015 Notification of acceptance
  • May 1, 2015  May 4, 2015  Final papers and early registration due
  • May 29 - 31, 2015 ARIS 2015 Conference

Guidelines

  • Eligibility: The contestant must be any registered author.
  • Procedures: Log in the online paper submission system at the conference website, aris2015.ntut.edu.tw. Upload your contest paper and select “ARIS - Best Conference Paper Contest” item. The contest consists of the following two stages:
  1. Preliminary Review Stage: The quality of the contest paper will first be evaluated by the referees. The contestants of the six best papers will be selected as finalists.
  2. Final stage: The finalists need to make oral presentations in English.
  •  Topics: The subject of the contest paper must relate to the conference themes/areas as indicated on the ARIS website.
  • Prizes: The first three winners and three fine contestants will be awarded. The first three winners will respectively receive certificates and NT$9000, NT$6000, and NT$3000. Each of three final contestants will only receive a certificate.

Notes

  • A contestant who engages in plagiarism would positively lose the right to contest, and may be subject to legal actions.
  • Papers of the finalists must be included in the conference proceeding. Contest papers not successfully entering the final stage will be assessed by the referees on their possible inclusion into the conference proceeding. Please do not submit the contest paper to other conference sessions of ARIS 2015.