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ICIA 2010 Call for Papers
The 2010 IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation 
(ICIA 2010) will take place in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China from June 20 
to June 23, 2010.
http://www.icia2010.org/

Important Dates:
February 1, 2010	Full papers and organized session proposals
April 1, 2010	Proposals for tutorials and workshops
April 1, 2010	Notification of paper and session acceptance
April 15, 2010	Submission of final papers in IEEE PDF format

A renowned ancient city in China, Harbin is situated in northeastern 
China. As the capital of Heilongjiang province, the city boasts the 
largest historical museum of the Jin Dynasty, remains of the Huining 
Mansion and the tombs of Wanyanaguda. Harbin is situated closest to the 
important international markets of Japan, Korea and Russia. Its prime 
location makes Harbin an important economic hub of the Eurasian corridor.
As the host city of ICIA 2010, Harbin not only provides the attendees 
with a great venue for this event, but also an unparallel experience in 
Chinese history and culture. You are cordially invited to join us at 
IEEE ICIA 2010 in Harbin to live this unique experience. The objective 
of ICIA 2010 is to provide a forum for researchers, educators, 
engineers, and government officials involved in the general areas of 
information science and automation engineering to disseminate their 
latest research results and exchange views on the future research 
directions of these fields. The topics of interest include, but not 
limited to the following:

- Information acquisition, sensors and sensor networks
- Computer vision, pattern recognition, and image processing
- Information theory and technologies for automation
- Human-machine interactions/interfaces, visual reality
- Robotics, medical robots, network robots, tele-robotic
- Inertial sensor and navigation system technology
- Integrated navigation theory and method, wireless navigation
- Micro and nano robots and systems
- Machine intelligence and artificial intelligence
- Mechatronics, control theory, automation process and industrial automation

Contributed Papers: All papers must be submitted in PDF format prepared 
strictly following the IEEE PDF Requirements for Creating PDF Documents 
for IEEE XploreŽ. The standard number of pages is 6 and the maximum page 
limit is 8 pages with extra payment for the two extra pages. See 
detailed instructions in the conference web site. All papers accepted by 
IEEE ICIA 2010 will be indexed by EI and included in IEEE XploreŽ.

Organized Sessions: Proposals with the title, the organizers, and a 
brief statement of purpose of the session must be submitted to an OS 
Chair by February 1, 2010.

Tutorials & Workshops: Proposals for tutorials and workshops that 
address related topics must be submitted to one of the Tutorial/Workshop 
Chairs by April 1, 2010.

General Chairs:
Prof. Shuxiang Guo, Kagawa University
Yanling Hao, Harbin Engineering University

Program Chairs:
Xiufen Ye, Harbin Engineering University
Xiangshi Ren, Kochi University of Technology

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