IWC2011 | Workshop Home
Thank you for your interest and participation.
The workshop will be held as part of IFC2011: International Forum on Cybernics 2011.
(IFC2011 is composed of IWC2011 and ISC2011: International Symposium on Cybernics 2011.)
The social party is held at Hanarean.
(The attendance fee is 0 yen.)
4th International Workshop on Cybernics (IWC2011)
- Integrated Systems and Their Application to Human Assistive Technologies -
Laboratory of Advanced Research B, University of Tsukuba
THE GRAND HALL, Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
March 4th, 2011
March 9th, 2011
Yoshiyuki Sankai (Professor, University of Tsukuba)
Junji Takahashi (Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Tsukuba)
Takuo Suzuki (Doctral Student, University of Tsukuba)
Secretary of IWC2011
Department of Intelligent Interaction Technologies, University of Tsukuba
1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba 305-8573, Japan
List of Topics
-Cognitive systems engineering
-Daily life support
-Human machine interface
-Neuroscience/Brain machine interface
-Vital sensing technology
November 10th, 2010: Submission page open
November 30th, 2010: Extended abstract deadline
December 10th, 2010: Extended abstract deadline
December 17th, 2010: Acceptance notification
February 1st, 2011: Camera-ready paper deadline
March 9th, 2011: Workshop date
Submission Page (Close)
400 - 1000 words abstract
1 research image
Your camera-ready paper and digest slide should be submitted via e-mail.
Camera-ready paper template:
(The number of pages is 4-6 for oral presentation and 4 for a poster presentation.)
Digest slide template:
1. Oral presentation
A 20-minute presentation is given by each oral presenter.
(15-minute explanation and 5-minute discussion)
The aspect ratio of the projector used in oral presentation is 4:3.
Please prepare your own computer for your presentation.
2. Poster presentation
A vertical poster is prepared by each poster presenter.
(poster size: A1)
Please past your poster until 8:30 at the workshop day.
The series of workshop on Cybernics began
at Amsterdam in March 2008 (invitation only, about 20 scientific
presentations and more than 60 participants), and then the second
workshop meeting at Tsukuba, Japan, in November 2009 (about 15
scientific presentations and more than 50 participants). We have also
organized a workshop in conjunction with IEEE ICRA2009 at Kobe, Japan
in May 2009.
This workshop is organized and supported by the Global Centers of Excellence for Cybernics Program funded by MEXT, Japan (Ministry of education, culture, sports, science and technology, Japan), with the support of the University of Tsukuba.