The 1st IROS Workshop on "E-Heritage and Robotics" will be held on October 1st 2021, online. All information will be provided on https://www.cvl.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/EHR2021.
Invited speakers Oussama Khatib (Stanford), Michel L'Hour (DRASSM), Martin Saska (Czech Technical Univ.), Franck Ruffier (CNRS) and Cyrille Chaidron (Artéka) will present humanoid and flying robotics for archaeology, heritage mapping, monitoring, exploration and more.
We invite you to submit extended abstracts (2-4 pages, IROS format) to the workshop on https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/EHR2021 before July, 31st 2021.
Selected contributions will be offered to submit a full paper to the special issue on "Computer Vision and Robotics for Cultural Heritage: Theory and Applications" of the Journal of Imaging with no fee (http://mdpi.com/si/71039).
The focus of the workshop is e-Heritage (Electronic Cultural Heritage) involving Robotics techniques. Interdisciplinary contributions are strongly encouraged to keep wide scope in this research field.
Extended abstract submission: Jul. 31st, 2021
Acceptance notification: Sep. 1st, 2021
Camera ready: Sep. 15th, 2021
Workshop date: Oct. 1st, 2021
Guillaume Caron (UPJV/CNRS-AIST),
Takeshi Oishi (Univ. of Tokyo),
Olga Regina Pereira Bellon (Univ. of Parana),
El Mustapha Mouaddib (UPJV),
Vincent Creuze (Univ. of Montpellier)
Program chair and co-chairs:
Ilan Shimshoni (Univ. of Haifa),
Fumio Kanehiro (AIST),
Gennaro Vessio (Univ. of Bari)