ICORR'97: International Conference on Rehabilitation RoboticsBath Institute of Medical Engineering, Bath University, UK April 14-15, 1997.
At ICORR'97, delegates will have the opportunity to exchange information and discuss current issues with people working at the leading edge of rehabilitation robotics. Workshops, lecture presentations, scientific posters, and hardware demonstrations will give researchers, clinicians, manufacturers, and consumers every chance to explore and discuss new advances in this challenging area of research. For details, contact: Bath Institute of Medical Engineering, Wolfson Centre, Royal United Hospital, Bath, BA1 3NG, UK, tel (44) 1225 824103, fax (44) 1225 824111, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.bath.ac.uk/~mpsbime/icorr97.htm
ICRA '97Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico April 20-25, 1997
The theme of the 97 IEEE Conference on Robotics and Automation is "Teaming to Have an Impact." This involves the teaming of industry, universities, and government to provide solutions to critical problems. Robotics and automation technologies have the potential to solve a vast array of challenging problems such as:
Solutions to these challenges will require that innovative technologies be conceived, explored, developed, and delivered to those in need.
RESNA '97Let's Tango-Partnering People and Technologies June 20-24, 1997 David L. Lawrence Convention Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
This conference brings together persons who are involved in the use, development and delivery of rehabilitation and assistive technologies. Recognizing the contribution that technology can make in the lives of people with disabilities, RESNA sponsors a conference which provides an informative and thought-provoking forum for consumers of assistive technology, service and equipment providers, researchers, and developers. For more information: http://www.resna.org/resna/tango97.htm
IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and SystemsInnovative Robotics for Real-World Applications Organized by INRIA Rhone-Alpes September 8-13, 1997 Grenoble, France
The main theme of the IROS'97 conference will be "Innovative Robotics
for Real-World Applications." Bringing robots out of carefully engineered
environments is both a fascinating challenge and a socio-economic necessity
for the next century. Potential applications include health care and medical
robotics, agriculture and mining, space and undersea exploration, and intervention
in dangerous or contaminated environments. http://IROS97.inrialpes.fr/
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