Springer Book on ROS: Call for Chapters

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From Anis Koubaa of Springer Publishing via ros-users@

Hello,

With respect to our last interaction about editing a complete reference book on ROS, I am happy to inform that the official call for chapters for the Springer Book on Robot Operating Systems is now open. 

The book will be published by Springer under the book series "Studies in Systems, Decision and Control". 

We look forward to receiving your contributions to make this book successful and useful for ROS community. The call for chapters website (see above) presents in details the scope of the book, the different categories of chapters, topics of interest, and submission procedure. 
In a nutshell, abstracts must be submitted by January 05, 2015 to register the chapters and to identify in advance any possible similarities of chapter contents. Full chapters submission is due on March 01, 2015.
Submissions and the review process will be handle through EasyChair

Each chapter will be reviewed by at least three expert reviewers, one at least should be a ROS user and/or developer. 
We look for the collaboration of ROS community users to provide reviews and feedback about proposals and chapters to be submitted for the book. If you are interested to participate in the review process, please consider filling in the following reviewer interest form

We look forward to receiving your contribution for a successful ROS reference!

Update:
Just to emphasise that submission of full chapters is on March 01 and that abstract are on January 05
If some authors would like to submit more than one chapter and would like to have an extension, please let me know in advance.

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