CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS AND PARTICIPATION : ROS Developers Online Conference 2018
RDC2018 - ROS Developers Conference
A practical online ROS conference for ROS developers worldwide
Date: July 7-8, 2018
Conference website and Registration: http://www.rosdevcon.com
Submission deadline: April 30, 2018
Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2018
Final tutorial submission: June 7, 2018
Early registration deadline: May 7, 2018
The first ROS Developers Online Conference will be held from July 7 to Jul 8, 2018. This is a completely practical conference for ROS developers. The conference aims to connect ROS developers around the world without geographical restrictions and to advance ROS levels through real-time practice.
We will host eight top ROS developers to give tutorials of real ROS projects: during the conference, all participants will program together the projects at the same time with the speaker.
All the participants will have to practice at the same time with the speaker along the conference.
No installation of anything required. Only require a computer and internet connection. Any type of computer will work.
All the participants will have full access to the ROS development studio for programming
All participants will receive a pdf document with all the steps described during the conference
All the participants will receive a copy of the ROS Developers Guide e-book.
Each speech will be 30 minutes plus 10 minutes Q&A.
Dr. Enrico Mingo Hoffman (Post-Doc at Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia)
Román Navarro García (CTO of Robotnik Automation www.robotnik.com)
CALL FOR TUTORIALS
Full length tutorial: 30 mins
Tutorial should target fields of robotics using ROS and focus on practice, in order to provide a real practical conference to participants and to exchange developing research results and ideas. The submission of a tutorial must contain the following information:
-Statement of objectives: what is your speech about and what are you going to make attendants practice
-Special requests (equipment or other issues)
The proposals must be sent to this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your tutorial is accepted, you will have to prepare the following material (with our support):
A notebook with the tutorial
Package with pre-defined code for participants
The Construct (http://www.theconstructsim.com/)
You can contact us with questions and doubts here: email@example.com