Session Code Session Title Organizer Session Theme and Objective
OS002 Mobile manipulating technology for driving, manipulating, and working

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Organized (Invited) Session
Keunhwan Kim (KETI) In the 5G NR (NR-U) MEC environment, a flexible production test bed is established, and the robot intelligence to be developed utilizes the edge brain framework and develops the core technology of the autonomous mobile manipulator (AMM) based on robot intelligence.
OS003 Applications of Robotic Technologies

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Organized (Invited) Session
Nak Yong Ko (Chosun University) The session aims to gather researches on applications of robotic technologies in various fields including underwater, industrial, and healthcare applications.
Robotics is developing both in basic theoretical and practical application aspects.
Based on the theoretical developments and hardware improvements, reliable tools for system implementation of robotic technologies have grown. These abundant tools make it possible to integrate them for various successful field applications.
This session shows some applications of the robotic technology tools for practical uses.
OS004 Model-based control and signal processing: theory and applications

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Organized (Invited) Session
Sung Hyun Kim (University of Ulsan) / PooGyeon Park (POSTECH) - Advanced Control Theory
- Control System Applications
- Signal Processing
OS005 Recent advances in control theory and application

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Organized (Invited) Session
Yoonsoo Kim (Gyeongsang National University) This organized session discusses recent advances in control theory and application. It is arranged by ICROS Technical Committee on Control Theory.
OS006 ICROS and ECTI Organized Session on Advanced Control Designs and Applications

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Organized (Invited) Session
PooGyeon Park (POSTECH) / David Banjerdpongchai (Chulalongkorn University) This session is jointly organized by ETCI (Thailand) and ICROS (Korea) for advanced
control theories and applications.
OS007 Image Processing I

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Organized (Invited) Session
Tohru Kamiya (Kyushu Institute of Technology) We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper in ICCAS for the signal and image processing. Signal and image processing techniques are evolving to meet new demands in many applications. The objective of this session is to provide an open and the informal atmosphere for discussion in information processing. In this session, researchers will exchange together their information in medical imaging to discuss the current state and future of signal and image processing. This session focus in research and development for computer information in signal and image processing, including (but not limited);
/Image processing and visualization
/Segmentation
/Image registration
/Image reconstruction
/Medical imaging
/Image guided surgery
/Computer aided diagnosis
OS008 Image Processing II

Session Type :
Organized (Invited) Session
Tohru Kamiya (Kyushu Institute of Technology) We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper in ICCAS for the signal and image processing. Signal and image processing techniques are evolving to meet new demands in many applications. The objective of this session is to provide an open and the informal atmosphere for discussion in information processing. In this session, researchers will exchange together their information in medical imaging to discuss the current state and future of signal and image processing. This session focus in research and development for computer information in signal and image processing, including (but not limited);
/Image processing and visualization
/Segmentation
/Image registration
/Image reconstruction
/Medical imaging
/Image guided surgery
/Computer aided diagnosis
OS009 Image Processing III

Session Type :
Organized (Invited) Session
Tohru Kamiya (Kyushu Institute of Technology) We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper in ICCAS for the signal and image processing. Signal and image processing techniques are evolving to meet new demands in many applications. The objective of this session is to provide an open and the informal atmosphere for discussion in information processing. In this session, researchers will exchange together their information in medical imaging to discuss the current state and future of signal and image processing. This session focus in research and development for computer information in signal and image processing, including (but not limited);
/Image processing and visualization
/Segmentation
/Image registration
/Image reconstruction
/Medical imaging
/Image guided surgery
/Computer aided diagnosis
OS010 Advances in Process Systems Engineering

Session Type :
Organized (Invited) Session
Yeonsoo Kim (Kwangwoon Univ.) / Jong Min Lee (Seoul National University) With the development of sensors and advances in computational theories and tools, process systems engineering plays a key role for the future of manufacturing, often referred to as smart manufacturing or Industry 4.0. This session covers advances in theories and applications of process systems engineering for chemical, biological, energy, and manufacturing processes. Topical areas include process modeling, advanced process control, process data analytics, process design, process intensification, and planning/scheduling.
OS011 Medical Robot and Simulation with Augmented Intelligence and Autonomy

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Organized (Invited) Session
Jaesoon Choi (LN Robotics Inc.) Medical robot and simulation technologies are seeing emerging techniques and applications for enhanced intelligence and augmented user interaction. Various AI technologies, novel user interaction modalities utilizing improved VR and AR devices, and content technologies are actively expanding the applications. This session provides an overview and discussion on the latest developments and research in this field.
OS013 Deep learning and machine vision applications

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Organized (Invited) Session
Sungho Kim (Yeungnam University) / Wangheon Lee (Hansei University) / Youngbae Hwang (Chungbuk national University) The scope of this session includes theories and applications related with machine vision and deep learning. Recent state-of-the-art technologies are presented and discussed.
The specific topics are as follows.
- Panoptic segmentation, object detection, classficiation, tracking
- Industrial applications of recent deep learning technologies
- Edge computing
- Automatic inspection, O&M, robot manipulation
- Database for AI
- Future mobility
- Digital twin applications
OS014 SICE-ICROS Joint Organized Session : Robot Technology and Its Application

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Organized (Invited) Session
Takashi Yoshimi (Shibaura Institute of Technology) / Min Cheol Lee (Pusan National University) The SICE-ICROS Joint Organized Session : Robot Technology and Its Application is aimed to bring together researchers, academicians, scientists, engineers and practitioners who are the members of SICE and ICROS society from various leading research labs and organizations. They participate and present their latest findings, ideas, developments and applications in the field of robot technology. This Joint OS is organized to discuss various kinds of advanced robots and their technologies from industrial robots to service robots of Japan and Korea. The future trends and directions in this field in both societies will be discussed in this OS.
OS015 Smart Mobile Robots

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Organized (Invited) Session
Sejin Lee (Kongju National University) Smart Mobile Robots
OS016 Advanced Navigation Technology & Application I

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Organized (Invited) Session
Sangkyung Sung (Konkuk University) Session presents 'Advanced Navigation Technology & Application I' developed in recent years. This session is organized by the Technical Committee of Navigation, Guidance and Control.
OS017 Agricultural and Construction Robotics I

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Organized (Invited) Session
Myun Joong Hwang (University of Seoul) OS for Agricultural and Construction Robotics
OS018 Agricultural and Construction Robotics II

Session Type :
Organized (Invited) Session
Myun Joong Hwang (University of Seoul) OS for Agricultural and Construction Robotics
OS019 Recent Topics in Networked and Robust Control

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Organized (Invited) Session
Jung Hoon Kim (POSTECH) In this session, the state-of-the-arts in the field of networked control systems and robust control systems will be introduced.
OS020 Industrial control applications

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Organized (Invited) Session
Soohee Han (POSTECH) This section deals with issues arising from various issues of industrial control applications.
OS021 Control, Robotics and AI Applications

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Organized (Invited) Session
Jaebyung Park (Jeonbuk National University) Control, robotics, and AI applications in multidisciplinary fields such as sensors and actuators, service robots, aerospace, biomedical science, etc.
OS022 Intelligent System Application

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Organized (Invited) Session
Kyung Chang Lee (Pukyong National University) / Sangrok Jin (Pusan National University) This organized session aims to share theoretical/experimental research results on fault-tolerant control, deep learning, and robotics from various leading research labs and organization. Selected five or six papers are invited and presented in this session.
OS024 Robotics for New Normal

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Organized (Invited) Session
Jung Kim (KAIST) OS for the Branch of Daejeon and Chungcheong
OS025 Recent advances in microrobotics toward medical applications

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Organized (Invited) Session
Eunpyo Choi (Chonnam National University) / Jong-Oh Park (Korea Institute of Medical Microrobotics) / Byungjeon Kang (Chonnam National University) / Jayoung Kim (Korea Institute of Medical Microrobotics) Microrobot toward medical application
OS026 Evolutionary based autonomous multi agent system

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Organized (Invited) Session
Dong W. Kim (Inha Tech.) In an autonomous multi agent robot environment, optimal path planning without collision which connects the beginning and ending point is essential and primary important. Many robots should move autonomously without prior or given information about obstacles which are stationary or dynamic. Corresponding key research topics are invited for this special Session.