ROSCon proposal deadline extended to 11 December 2011

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By popular demand, the deadline for submitting a proposal for a ROSCon session has been extended to 11 December 2011. Please send proposals to submit@roscon.ros.org.

Call for Proposals: ROSCon 2012

Hilton Garden Inn St. Paul City Center
St. Paul, Minnesota
19-20 May 2012 (immediately following ICRA)

Details: http://roscon.ros.org/ Proposals: submit@roscon.ros.org Questions: info@roscon.ros.org

ROSCon 2012 is a chance for ROS developers of all levels, beginner to expert, to spend an extraordinary weekend learning from and networking with the ROS community. Get tips and tricks from experts, network, and share ideas with fellow developers from around the globe.

ROSCon is a developers' conference, in the model of PyCon and BoostCon. The two-day program will comprise tech talks and tutorials that will introduce you to new tools and libraries, and teach you more about the ones you already know. The bulk of the program will be 30-40-minute presentations (some may be longer or shorter).

Want to present at ROSCon? Submit a proposal! For details on proposing, go to roscon.ros.org/

If you don't want to make a formal presentation, you should still bring your new project or idea to ROSCon!

There will be several sessions of Lightning Talks, which are 5-minute mini-talks that are scheduled just-in-time at the conference. There will also be open space for Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) meetings, impromptu hacking sessions, and informal presentations.

On behalf of the ROSCon 2012 Organizing Committee:

Ryan Gariepy, Clearpath Robotics
Brian Gerkey, Willow Garage
Cédric Pradalier, ETH Zürich
Matthew Williamson, Heartland Robotics

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