At the beginning of the third millenium, Paris and Evry are proud to extend their hospitality to the international scientific community in the field of assistive technology. For the first time in France and after the sixth conference hosted by Stanford University in USA, the biannual International Conference On Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR) will be held on April 25-27, 2001, at the "Institut National des TÚlÚcommunications, Evry".
The ICORR'2001 theme is "Integration of Assistive Technology in the Information Age". The goal is to close the gap between high technology and accessibility for people having lost their independence due to the loss of physical and/or cognitive capabilities. Robots and mechatronic devices bring the opportunity to improve the autonomy of disabled people and facilitate their social and professionial integration by assisting them to perform daily living tasks.
Technical topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Communication and learning applications in SCI an CP
Authors should submit a camera-ready manuscript electronically in Microsoft WORD, WordPerfect, Rich Text Format (RTF) or Adobe Frame format (PDF). The recommended length of papers is 6 pages; posters summaries and hardware descriptions may be substantially shorter.
Use paper of A4 size, with the following typing area: length: 25 cm (or 10"), and width: 15.6 cm (or 6" 1/8). The recommended typefont is Times. As a second choice, use Garamond. Only for tables and figures (illustrations) may use Helvetica, Univers or other sans-serif fonts. Use Roman as default type and keep italics and/or bold for special text parts.
Recommended typefont sizes:
Manuscripts should be submitted as an attachement to an email message sent to: Mounir.Mokhtari@int-evry.fr
Language of the Conference
The language of the Conference and of the Proceedings is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided during the conference.