The 2nd Workshop on Distributed Algorithms for Low-Functional Robots


Computing Systems

The 2nd Workshop on Distributed Algorithms for Low-Functional Robots
To be held in conjunction with ICDCN'21, Nara, Japan, Jan 5-8, 2021
Studies about distributed coordination of low-functional robots have attracted a lot of attention in many research fields such as disaster recovery, nano-scale in-vivo robots, and so on. The goal of this workshop is to exchange and disseminate new ideas, techniques, and researches on low-functional robots and related topics in broad communities, and to foster new collaborations among researchers in many research fields.
We call for papers presenting original research in the areas of low-functional robots and related topics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
- Mobile robots and mobile agents
- Population protocols and programmable matters
- Modular robots, nano-scale robots, and biological systems
- Mobile sensor networks and mobile ad-hoc networks
- Self-organizing and self-stabilizing systems
- Fault-tolerant distributed algorithms
- Paper Submission Deadline: August 23th, 2020. (Extended)
- Notication of Acceptance: September 28th, 2020. (EXtended)
- Camer-Ready Due: October 20th, 2020.
- Paper length and format
The workshop papers must be no more than 6 pages, including title, abstract, figures and references, and not published or under review elsewhere. Also, papers must be formatted with ACM conference proceedings template.
- Submission
Papers are to be submitted electronically through EasyChair. In submitting your paper, please select the track WDALFR 2021.
- Registration of accepted workshop papers
For each accepted workshop paper to appear in the ACM digital library, at least one author of the paper must register as a regular registrant even if he/she is a student, and the paper must be presented in the workshop by one of its authors.
- Fukuhito Ooshita (NAIST, Japan)
- Sayaka Kamei (Hiroshima University, Japan)
- Subhash Bhagat (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India)
- Stephane Devismes (Universite Grenoble Alpes, France)
- Giuseppe Antonio Di Luna (University of Rome, Italy)
- Sayaka Kamei (Hiroshima University, Japan)
- Yoshiaki Katayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
- Yonghwan Kim (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
- Anissa Lamani (EISTI, France)
- Junya Nakamura (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)
- Fukuhito Ooshita (NAIST, Japan)
- Yuichi Sudo (Osaka University, Japan)
- Giovanni Viglietta (JAIST, Japan)
- Koichi Wada (Hosei University, Japan)