The 7th International Conference on
Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS-7)

March 25-27, 2002
Marina del Rey, California, USA

Web Page: http://ias7.cs.umn.edu    Email: ias7@cs.umn.edu

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 Regular Registration: March 1, 2002
 Hotel Special Rate: March 11, 2002
 Late Registration: March 17, 2002
Marina del Rey
Sponsored by the
Intelligent Autonomous Systems
Society
  The goal of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS-7) is to exchange and stimulate research ideas that make future robots and systems more intelligent and autonomous. This conference emphasizes that intelligence should and could be best illustrated by systems that can directly sense and act in their own environment without demanding detailed supervisions from humans. As more and more robots are entering our daily life, researchers in IAS are facing increasingly many challenges in how to construct, control, and interact with such systems. IAS-7 will build upon past successes and provide an exciting environment for researchers to present and discuss their novel theoretical results, implementations, and applications.

IAS-7 will be held in the beautiful city of Marina del Rey in California USA. Marina del Rey, overlooking the world's largest man-made yacht harbor, is one of the most desirable areas in the Los Angeles basin. The full diversity of the area's cultural and recreational activities are within easy reach. Average temperatures in March are between 10° and 20°.

We warmly welcome all representatives from industry, government, and academia to join us in Marina del Rey in March 2002!

Sponsors:
AFOSR ARO ONR USC/ISI UofM
AFOSR ARO ONR ISI/USC Univ of Minnesota


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