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2018 International Symposium on Robotics and Intelligent Systems(ISRIS 2018)

 University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

Jan. 26-28.,2018


All accepted papers will be published in the digital conference proceedings which will be Indexed by  all major citation databases such as Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Science (CPCI-S),(Thomson Reuters, Web of Science), Scopus, Ei Compendex, Inspec, INIS (International Nuclear Information System), Chemical Abstracts, NASA Astrophysics Data System, Polymer Library, etc. 


Advisory Committee

Prof. Arye Nehorai, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Prof. Patrick SIARRY, Université de Paris, France

Dr.Stefano Mariani, Politecnico di Milano.  Italy

Prof. Leiviskä, Kauko, University of Oulu, Finland

Program Committee

Dr.Stefano Mariani, Politecnico di Milano. Italy

Prof. Leiviskä, Kauko, University of Oulu, Finland


Visa Exemptions

Citizens of the following do not need a visa to enter Malaysia:

• Commonwealth countries, with the exception of those from Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan

• British Protected Persons

• Republic of Ireland

• Switzerland, Netherlands, San Marino and Lichtenstein


In Kuala Lumpur, the warmest month is April with 34°C and coldest November with 31°C. In January, the temperature is on average at 33°C.

About Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia is a montage of varied cultures and flavours, with a dash of colonial heritage. From the blue beaches of the Perhentian Islands to the dense jungles of Sabah, Malaysia is a traveller’s paradise. If you are travelling to Malaysia, a few nights marvelling at the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur is a given. When you are done indulging in the urban delights of the capital, head to the misty tea plantations of the Cameron Highlands. Definitely explore aborigine villages while you are there. For those seeking adventure, Malaysia has no shortage of activities and things to do. Trek through one of the forests of Borneo for wild encounters with giant flowers (Rafflesias) and some of the last remaining orangutans. You could also hike up Malaysia’s tallest mountain, and Southeast Asia’s fourth tallest, Kota Kinabalu. A dive down the pristine waters of the Sipadan Island that is home to barracudas and manta ray. Malaysia is also a cornucopia of cuisines and aromas. A paradise for food lovers, don’t leave here without trying their mee goreng, otak otak and the assam laksa.



Prof. Mohd Hamdi Bin Abd Shukor

University of Malaya,Malaysia


Distinguished Professor Dr. Shen-Ming Chen,

National Taipei University of Technology

Taipei, Taiwan 106 (ROC)


Former Prof. Wakaumi, Hiroo

Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan

Join US

Distinguished experts are welcome to join in and work on the international review boards of ISRIS 2018 and serve as a scientific committee member of us, Please send you cv to isris@iased.org


Jan. 26, 2018: Registration + Icebreaker Reception

Jan. 27, 2018: Opening Ceremony+KN Speech+Technical Sessions 

Jan. 28, 2018: Technical Sessions+ Tutorial