Artificial intelligence for Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Call for Chapters

Call for Book Chapters

One-page chapter Proposal submission: February 15, 2022

Submission deadline: May 31, 2022

Artificial intelligence for Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Series Title: Studies in Computational Intelligence by Springer-Verlag, Germany

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(Indexed in: Web of Science, EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and SpringerLink)

Abstracts and Chapters should be submitted through EasyChair using this link:

Book Editor

Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar, PhD, IEEE senior Member, ISA Member, IFAC member

College of Computer and Information Sciences, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia
Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence, Benha University,


Prof. Anis Koubaa

College of Computer and Information Sciences, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia



The fourth industrial revolution is known as the artificial intelligence technology, robotics and autonomous control systems. Artificial intelligence is combined to promote the autonomous vehicle era with robotics and independent driver systems. The dramatic developments in artificial technology have led to the creation of new services and the resolution of diverse social challenges in cyberspace. There is however a lot of work left to encompass artificial intelligence in physical space. Robots are mechanical, and robotics are the field of scientific and technological science which handles interactions between the body and the physical world. In robotics, there is a collection of domain-specific knowledge, including sensing and perception, calculating film/dynamic actions and controlling theory. Robotics is combined with artificial intelligence, which bridges cyberspace with physical space to society in revolution.


The purpose of this book is to collect original papers and reviews that show various applications in the field of robotics combined with Artificial Intelligence (AI). It aims to display innovative applications of robotics and AI and advances in machine learning and computational intelligence technology in various contexts. In addition, development and critical assessment of data analysis techniques using such approaches is encouraged to provide a coherent and holistic approach to ion conservation using technology and analytics. This book should be a useful point of reference for both novices and specialists in robotics with regard to applied AI.


Suggested topics include (but are not limited to) the following methods

  • Autonomous vehicle interaction
  • Advanced sensor systems for robotics and autonomous vehicles
  • Machine learning applications for Robotic
  • Monitoring and control of robotics
  • Robotic Computer vision
  • Robotic Control systems
  • Computational intelligence for robotics
  • Robotic Deep learning
  • Robotic Deep Reinforcement Learning.
  • Robotic Evolutionary computing
  • Navigation and Path Planning
  • Sensor Fusion
  • Security for autonomous vehicle


This book is expected to be published by the beginning of 2023 by Springer. It will appear under the Studies in Computational Intelligence series . For additional information and guidelines regarding the publisher, please visit
Regarding Indexing, the book will be indexed by Scopus and will be submitted for indexing to ISI Books, and DBLP.


Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit one page before December 15, 2021, includes author names, affiliations, and chapter abstract. This helps as a registration of the chapter for the final submission. Submission of abstracts and final chapters will be through EasyChair to be collected easily by Springer. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines. Full chapters must be submitted by March 31, 2022, through the EasyChair system The Chapter should not exceed 25 pages with respect to Springer format excluding references. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a single-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.


February 15, 2022      One-page chapter Proposal submission: Tentative title, Author names with affiliation, and chapter abstract

May 31, 2022        Submission of full chapter

June 30, 2022        First Round Chapter Acceptance Notification

July 31, 2022         Submission of revised chapters

August 15, 2022      Final Round Acceptance Notification of Revised Chapters

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