Free FnT Content for Robotics: Science and Systems 2020 Conference Attendees

Now Publishers is pleased to support Robotics: Science and Systems 2020 in its efforts to produce a successful virtual conference. We have arranged with the organizers of Robotics: Science and Systems 2020 to make relevant Foundations and Trends content freely available to participants for the duration of the conference and co-located workshops.

FnT is acclaimed as a “go to” resource for graduate students and senior researchers looking for a high-level introduction to a new area. Primarily published as a monograph-style journal, each FnT issue comprises a state-of-the-art review (50-200 pages) of its subject written by research leaders. The journal pdf versions of the FnT journals listed on the right side of this page will be available.

Recently Published and Forthcoming Highlights

Here are some of the new and forthcoming reviews available during Robotics: Science and Systems 2020. But don't forget to browse all the available content.

Foundations and Trends in Robotics

Foundations and Trends in Robotics

Embodiment in Socially Interactive Robots by Maja Mataric

Foundations and Trends in Machine Learning

Foundations and Trends in Machine Learning

Introduction to Multi-Armed Bandits by Aleksandrs Slivkins

Foundations and Trends in Computer Graphics and Vision

Foundations and Trends in Computer Graphics and Vision

Discrete Graphical Models — An Optimization Perspective by Bogdan Savchynskyy

Foundations and Trends in Systems and Control

Foundations and Trends in Systems and Control

Resilient Control in Cyber-Physical Systems: Countering Uncertainty, Constraints, and Adversarial Behavior by Bruno Sinopoli

Getting Access

You will need a Now Publishers account and the Access Code supplied by the Robotics: Science and Systems organizers. Once logged in, you will have unlimited access to the content. This access is available from Sunday 12th July until Thursday 16th July. The access code will be valid for the full period, but you will need to enter it every time you login. Once logged in, navigate to the content of interest. You will be able to download the journal PDF.

Prospective Authors

If you would like to contribute a monograph of approximately 100 pages to Foundations and Trends please send an outline comprising an extended abstract, table of contents and a list of references upon which the work will be based to mark.dejongh@nowpublishers.com.