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The Robotics Technical Committeehas the following focus areas:
Jongeun Choi (2018-2020) Yonsei Universityjongeunchoi@yonsei.ac.kr 82-2-2123-2813Manish Kumar (2016-2018) University of Cincinnati firstname.lastname@example.org James Dabney (2014-2016) University of Houston--Clear Lake email@example.com Kevin Fite (2012-2014) Clarkson University firstname.lastname@example.org
The DSC Robotics Technical Committee grants two awards: a student best paper award and an overall best paper award. The papers eligible for the former award will have a robotics emphasis and need to have a student listed as a first author, who will also need to present the paper during DSCC. The latter award is reserved for papers with a robotics emphasis, but without any particular requirement regarding authorship, although it must be presented during the DSCC by one of the listed authors. In each case, a plaque and $750 honorarium will be presented at the next DSC Division meeting.
Process: For each award, a "down select" to approximately 5 papers will be made based on a combination of factors: 1) conference paper reviews provided by the publication chair; 2) feedback from former TC Chairs, current TC officers, and session chairs, based on presentations at the DSCC; and 3) nominations by members of the DSCD members. The best paper will then be selected from the remaining (approximately 5 for each category) papers following a detailed paper review by the current TC officers. Please send your nominations to James Dabney (email@example.com) by email, specifying for which award you would like to be considered.