Top of ICORR2009 : International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics in Kyoto, Japan

2009 IEEE 11th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics
23-26 June 2009
Kyoto International Conference Center, Japan

"Reaching Users & the Community"

What's New


We would like to cordially thank you for your participation in ICORR 2009! We hope to see you again at the ICORR 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland. Detail of the ICORR 2011 will be informed on the ICORR homepage soon.


Online registration was finished. Onsite registratin will be accepted.


ICORR 2009 Young Researcher Travel Award Recipients are anounced on the Call for Paper Page


Accommodation deadline extended to June 3 2009.


Program is uploaded on the Program page.


Submission information of a Digest Slide for all final paper authors is uploaded on Call for Papers page.


The Acceptance notification to authors extended to March 31st, 2009.


Information about keynote speeches is updated on the program page.


Young Researcher Travel Award Nominate Sheet can be downloaded from Call for Papers page.


The paper submission deadline already has passed. Thank you for your contributions.

ICORR2009 will take place at the Kyoto International Conference Center, Japan. Kyoto is the historical home to many of Japan's traditional cultures and it is impossible to know the real Japan without knowing Kyoto. ICORR will highlight the most recent advances in rehabilitation robotics and their relevance to end users.

ICORR2009 will be focused on a number of topics, including the themes of:

  • Assistive Robotics
  • Therapeutic Robotics
  • Mechatronics in Prosthetics
  • Artificial Human Exoskeletons
  • Psychosocial Robotics
  • Robotics for Caregiving
  • Neural-Machine Interfaces & Control
  • Robotics for Human-Motion Analysis
  • Evaluation & Clinical Experience
Kinkakuji Temple

Events of related interest:
Virtual Rehabilitation 2009 International Conference

Sponsored by:
IEEE Robotics & Automation Society / IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society

With support from:
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Murata Science Foundation
International Information Science Foundation
Tateishi Science and Technology Foundation
Ritsumeikan University, Research Center for Sports and Healthcare Tech.
Ritsumeikan University, Advanced Robotics Research Center
Japan Robot Association

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ALL photos of Kyoto were offered by the Kyoto Convention Bureau.