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ICORR 2005
IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics:
Frontiers of the Human-Machine Interface
June 28 - July 1, 2005
Chicago,  Illinois

Submission Instructions


  • All regular papers, including those to be considered for student travel awards, choose this category. Learn more about the student travel awards instructions.
  • Page Limits: The normal page limit for all scientific and invited papers is 4 Pages. For the final submission up to 2 extra pages (maximum 6 pages) are permitted (Although additional letters and support material can be added in order to satisfy the Student Travel Award application -- see above). A prepayment of $50 will be required at the time of final submission for each additional manuscript page beyond 4.
  • Downloadable templates/sample papers: LaTeX  and MS-Word templates should be used for formatting your manuscript. For complete instructions on each: LaTex and MS-Word.
  • Formatting: Formatting will be tightly constrained at the time of submission to assure that the searchable IEEE-format will be satisfied. Click to here test your PDF file. Please consult the Pdf Tips on how to satisfy the format rules. This makes things not as simple, but it assures that your paper will be accepted into IEEE Xplore archives as a fully searchable document.
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  • Use this category if you are interested in proposing a special session on a focused topic within the normal ICORR program. Additionally, individuals interested in proposing a pre- or post-conference workshop or tutorial, please submit your proposal here for review. Conference hall space and time may be available on Tuesday before the main conference or Friday after the main conference.
  • People considering a special proposal are also encouraged to contact Dr. Richard Weir, Co-Chair of the conference, for more information.
  • Please provide in your application the type of special event (session, workshop or tutorial) a title, organizerís name(s), affiliation(s), and contact information, rationale, intended audience, estimated number of participants, proposed format, and anticipated content.



  • If you have been given special instructions for an invited paper submission, choose this category. You will then be prompted for the code that the organizers have given you.



  • Hosted by:
    Sensory Motor Performance Program (SMPP)
    at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC)
    and Northwestern University
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