Aims and Scope
The Journal of Korea Robotics Society is published by the Korea Robotics Society. Abbreviated title is 'J. Korea Robot. Soc.'. 'The purpose of the journal is to publish high quality periodicals presenting recent advance and the state-of-the-art in various aspects of robotics.
It was launched in 2006. The journal covers a broad spectrum of topics including Actuators, Agricultural Automation, Autonomous Vehicle Technologies, Bio-Robotics, Cognitive Robotics, Control, Control Architecture/Middleware/OS, Design of Robotic Mechanisms, Factory Automation, Haptics/Teleoperation, Humanoid Robots, Human-Robot Interaction, Intelligence/Learning, Intelligent Space/Environment, Kinematics/Dynamics, Manipulation/Grasping, Medical Robots, Micro/Nano Robots, Mobile/Field Robotics, Motion and Trajectory Planning, Multi-Robot Systems, Navigation, Network/Ubiquitous Robots, Robot Vision, Robots and Art/Society, Robots in Education, Sensors and Sensor Networks, Standardization in Robotics, Underwater/Aerial Robots, and others.
The Journal is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December each year. Supplemental issues are published occasionally. All submitted manuscripts are peer-reviewed by three reviewers. The manuscript may be written in Korean or English. The abstract, acknowledgments, and references have to be written in English. Manuscripts should be submitted online (http://www.jkros.org). Total of a part of the article in this journal are abstracted in KCI.
The subscription price of this journal is KRW 30,000 annually. Back issues are available. For information on subscription information and any other inquiries, please contact the Manuscript Editor, Mira Yoon, Korea Robotics Society, #504, The Korea Science and Technology Center, 635-4, Yeogsam-Dong, Kangnam-Gu, Seoul, Korea. (Tel +82-2-783-0306, Fax +82-2-783-0307, Email: email@example.com)
Full text is freely available from http://www.jkros.org.
Support Funding Sources
This journal is supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies Grant funded by the Korean Government (MEST).