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30 September 2021
Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines
Investigating how animals and humans excel at adaptive movements including locomotion can help engineers to improve the adaptive capabilities of robots. In return, robots can serve as scientific tools to explore the basic principles of biological systems, in particular the neuromechanical mechanisms underlying their fascinating motor abilities. Studying adaptive motion stimulates, in this way, fruitful interactions among biologists and engineers interested in intelligent behaviors. It aims at bringing together researchers in robotics, biomechanics, neuroscience, sports science, and other fields related to behavior in biological and artificial systems.
This special issue strongly focuses on early and promising findings/achievements in this interdisciplinary field. We are accepting interdisciplinary papers generated from the interaction between engineers and biologists, which sometimes may not be accepted in the traditional mono-disciplinary journal. We would rather focus on new ideas generated among several fields related to adaptive intelligence.
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The full-length manuscript (either PDF file or MS word file) should be sent to the office of Advanced Robotics, the Robotics Society of Japan through the WEB site of Advanced Robotics (https://www.rsj.or.jp/pub/ar/submission.html). Instructions for authors and example manuscript template are available on the homepage. When submitting please also send a copy of your submission to Prof. Koh Hosoda ([email protected]) for confirmation.
-Select "Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines” when submitting your paper to ScholarOne
-Expected publication dates: February 2022 (Advanced Robotics vol. 36, issue 3)
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