Special Issue of International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems: Robot Manipulators

In 2004, a new open access journal was started by two colleagues from the Vienna University of Technology, and the same two would shortly after become the founders of InTech. Indexed and abstracted in the ISI Thomson Science Citation Index Expanded, Current Contents, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Scopus, Compendex, Embase, Geobase, INSPEC and in Recent Advances in Manufacturing, the International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems remains today InTech’s most successful journal publication.

The International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems started as a traditional journal, with its printed version and a classic subscription. Following the values InTech believes in, the journal is today a quarterly open access journal that has caught attention of a large reading public and of professional researchers. Furthermore, the journal takes great pride in having published in 2006 a special issue upon NASA’s request, to which NASA’s scientists contributed their scientific achievements regarding the Mars Exploration Rover missions.

In its eight year of publication, the International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems is one of the leading open access publications in the Robotics field.

The journal always welcomes submissions for regular issues, and we have currently an ongoing call for papers for a new special issue of the journal that seeks to present original insights and up-to-date research results in the field of Robot Manipulators. Under the professional supervision of the Guest Editor, Dr. Gerasimos Rigatos, the proposed special issue aims at analyzing recent advances in the design and applications of robotic manipulators with particular interest in problems of nonlinear estimation, multi-sensor fusion and control.

All details about paper submission to this special publication can be found here.


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