About Advanced Robotics
What is Advanced Robotics?
What’s New?The Editorial Committee of Advanced Robotics plans to introduce ScholarOne Submission/Review System starting from 10 January 2013. Due to this change, we will close our submission system from 28 December 2012 to 9 January 2013. New Instruction for Authors is available here.
Call For Papers
|ISSUES||Submission Deadline||Publish (planned)|
|Continuum Robots and Manipulation||August 15, 2014||Vol. 29, Issue 13 (July 2015)|
|Robotic Sensor Skins||December 31, 2014||Vol. 29, Issue 21 (November 2015)|
Message from Editorial BoardAdvanced Robotics (AR) started in 1986 as an official international journal of the Robotics Society of Japan (RSJ). More than a quarter of a century has past, and our journal has contributed to scientists, engineers, and students through the publication of all aspects of research on robotics science and engineering. Recently, the influences of robotic technologies on society and human beings have been very strong. The number of applications of robots is increasing, and the robotics research field is expanding. AR covers interdisciplinary works of this expanding field of research. Sometimes AR focuses on Japanese research, and publishes special issues on cutting edge robotics in Japan. This is one of the strong features of this journal. In addition, AR has published several special issues on themes of advanced and basic research topics on robotics, and has grown as a truly international interdisciplinary journal integrating all aspects of robotics. It is planned, edited, and reviewed by the RSJ international journal publication committee, and is printed and distributed by Taylor & Francis.
AR welcomes the submission of papers of high quality and interest reporting on original research results of analysis, design, implementation, and the use of robots in various areas such as manipulation, locomotion, sensors, actuators, materials, control, intelligence, language, software, interface, system architecture, etc. The journal will also cover aspects of social and managerial analysis and policy regarding robots. We encourage all of you to submit papers and appreciate receiving proposals on organizing special issues.
Fumihito Arai (Nagoya University) Editor-in-Chief, Advanced Robotics