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Call for Papers: Adaptable AI-enabled robots to encourage the challenge of new activities

ROBOMECH Journal is pleased to announce a new thematic series on " Adaptable AI-enabled robots to encourage the challenge of new activities ". This special issue focuses on how to create a future society coexisting with AI-enabled robots that encourages all people to actively participate in society. It will be guest edited by Prof. Yasuhisa Hirata (Tohoku University), Prof. Katja Mombaur (University Waterloo), and Prof. Eric Monacelli (Université Paris-Saclay). 

Please submit your article via the journal's Editorial Manager submission site. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the Journal Editorial Office assistant through the "Contact Us" link in Editorial Manager. 

For more information about the thematic series please check the page here.

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Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics

Edited by Prof. Deepak Joshi, Prof. Vineet Vashista, Prof. Mitsuhiro Hayashibe and Prof. Yasuhisa Hasegawa

Aims and Scope

ROBOMECH Journal focuses on advanced technologies and practical applications in the field of Robotics and Mechatronics.

The scope of the journal includes but is not limited to:
1. Modeling and design
2. System integration
3. Actuators and sensors
4. Intelligent control
5. Artificial Intelligence
6. Machine Learning
7. Robotics
8. Manufacturing
9. Motion control
10. Vibration and noise control
11. Micro/nano devices and optoelectronics systems
12. Automotive systems
13. Applications for extreme and/or hazardous environments
14. Other applications

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