The International Conference
3-4 December 2020, INNOPOLIS, RUSSIA
About
The International Conference «Nonlinearity, Information and Robotics» is orientated towards academic and engineering experts in the multidisciplinary areas of Nonlinear sytems, Information technologies and Robotics with emphasis on both theory and applications. Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers on the topics including but not limited to:
1. Nonlinear dynamics
2. Classical and quantum chaos
3. Nonholonomic mechanics and multi-body dynamics
4. Algebric and geometric methods in dynamics
5. Nonlinear control of vehicular and robotic systems
6. Unmanned aerial and ground vehicles
7. Intelligent Transportation Systems
8. Computer and robot Vision
9. Human-Robot Interaction & Coordination

10. Neurotechnology and neuroscience
11.
Brain-computer interface
12. Micro/Nano robotics and automation
13. Soft robotics
14. Software engineering for robotics and automation
15. Intelligent and AI based systems
16. Security, privacy, and trust
17. Software architecture
18. Validation and verification
Important Dates
December 3-6, 2020
CONFERENCE DATES
1st August, 2020
SUBMISSION DEADLINES
Paper Submission Deadlines
1st September, 2020
Notification to Authors
15th september, 2020
Final Version of Accepted Submissions
To be defined
REGISTRATION DEADLINES
Early-Bird Registration
To be defined
Regular Registration
All papers submitted to NIR 2020 must be in English. All contributions must not have been previously published, must not essentially duplicate already published material, and may not be simultaneously considered for publication elsewhere. To ensure high scientific quality, all papers will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee Members.

Two types of manuscripts are considered for the conference proceedings:
Submissions
Full Papers.
The submissions are 4-6 pages long and must provide a detailed description of the research work. During the conference, these works will be presented in oral format.
Extended Abstracts for Poster Presentation.
These submissions should be up to 2 pages and must give a clear indication of the objectives, scope, and results (if available) of the research. No figures or tables are allowed. Presentation for these submissions are in poster format.
All papers (including extended abstracts) must comply with the IEEE conference template

Once the reviewing process is complete, the corresponding author of the paper will be notified of the result by e-mail. The authors are required to follow the reviews in order to improve their paper before their final submission.

All papers must be presented by one of the authors. At least one author must register for the conference and pay the fee prior to Regular Registration deadline (see Important Dates) in order for the paper to be published in the conference proceedings and accepted in the final program.

Proceedings of NIR 2020 are expected to be published online in the IEEE Xplore digital library. Selected papers from the conference will be submitted for possible publication in one of the following journals: Regular and Chaotic Dynamics (Scopus & Web of Science), Computer Research and Modeling (Scopus), Russian Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics (Scopus).

In order to submit your paper please follow the link below:
Conference program
December, 3
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Mechatronics 1
Zoom url: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88522990024
Session chair: Igor Gaponov
10.00-10.15
10.00-10.15
Design and Validation of Two-Stage Motion Control System for By-Air Quantum Key Distribution
Kirill Artemov and Sergey Kolyubin
10.15-10.30
10.15-10.30
Workspace Analysis of Tensegrity Structures with an Iterative Energy-based Algorithm
Sergei Savin, Oleg Balakhnov and Alexandr Klimchik
10.30-10.45
10.30-10.45
LMI-Based Design of Output Robust Controller with Static Anti-Windup
Mikhail Kakanov, Oleg Borisov and Anton Pyrkin
10.45-11.00
10.45-11.00
On Gain Selection of Active Damping Injection Controller for Series Elastic Actuators
Igor Shardyko, Igor Dalyaev, Vladislav Kopylov and Victor Titov
11.00-11.15
11.00-11.15
Accuracy Analysis of a Ground Reaction Predictor-based Feedforward Control
Sergei Savin
11.15-11.30
11.15-11.30
BREAK
11.30-11.45
11.30-11.45
Adaptive Nonlinear Tracking Approach for Motion Tracking Applications
Vladislav Gromov, Aleksei Meshkov and Anton Pyrkin
11.45-12.00
11.45-12.00
Hand eye calibration using a single image and robotic picking up using images lacking in contrast
Riby Abraham Boby
12.00-12.15
12.00-12.15
Analysis and Modeling of Galloping Robot With Actuated Tail for Balance
Olga Borisova, Ivan Borisov and Sergey Kolyubin
12.15-12.30
12.15-12.30
Lateral gait analysis of a crawling robot by means of controlling the lengths of links and friction in the supports
Lyudmila Vorochaeva, Sergei Savin and Hany Hamed
12.30-12.45
12.30-12.45
Experimental research of the robotic assembly process using the effect of rotation and low-frequency vibration
Mikhail Vladimirovich Vartanov, Sergei Leonidovich Petukhov and Trung Ta Tran
Mechatronics 2
Session chair: Alexandr Klimchik
14.00-14.15
14.00-14.15
Modeling dynamic of tripod manipulator considering mass of actuating links
Victor Zhoga, Victor Dyashkin-Titov, Ivan Nesmiyanov, Natalya Vorob'eva and Andrey Dyashkin
14.15-14.30
14.15-14.30
Modeling and Simulation of Spherical Parallel Manipulators in CoppeliaSim (V-REP) Robot Simulator Software
Iliyas Tursynbek and Almas Shintemirov
14.30-14.45
14.30-14.45
Algebraic approach to the stiffness model reduction for manipulators with double encoders
Stanislav Mikhel and Alexandr Klimchik
14.45-15.00
14.45-15.00
Preliminary Study on Slack-Free Model Predictive Control of Twisted String-Based Antagonistic Joints
Oleg Balakhnov, Simeon Nedelchev and Igor Gaponov
15.00-15.15
15.00-15.15
Energy-Efficiency in Legged Robots Locomotion: Open versus Closed Chains
Roman Zashchitin, Ivan Borisov, Olga Borisova and Sergey Kolyubin
15.15-15.30
15.15-15.30
BREAK
15.30-15.45
15.30-15.45
Controlled motion of a highly maneuverable mobile robot along curvilinear trajectories
Vyacheslav Shestakov, Ivan Mamaev and Yury Karavaev
15.45-16.00
15.45-16.00
Stabilization of a spherical robot rolling on an oscillating underlying surface
Yury Karavaev, Alexander Kilin, Anton Klekovkin and Elena Pivovarova
16.00-16.15
16.00-16.15
Theoretical and experimental investigations of the controlled motion of the Roller Racer
Kirill Yefremov, Tatiana Ivanova, Alexander Kilin and Yury Karavaev
16.15-16.30
16.15-16.30
Stiffness analisys of the Tripteron parallel manipulator
Daniil Kirsanov, Ilia Sevostianov, Oleg Rodionov and Mikhail Ostanin
16.30-16.45
16.30-16.45
A ROS-based swing up control and stabilization of the pendubot using virtual holonomic constraints
Sami Sellami, Shamil Mamedov and Ramil Khusainov
Nonlinear dynamics
Zoom url: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81572588436
Session chairs: Alexander Kilin, Ivan Mamaev
10.00-10.15
10.00-10.15
On the Bilimovich System with inhomogeneous non-stationary nonholonomic relation
Alexey Borisov, Evgeniya Mikishanina and Andrey Tsiganov
10.15-10.30
10.15-10.30
Dynamics of a spherical robot with periodically changing moments of inertia
Ivan Mamaev and Evgeny Vetchanin
10.30-10.45
10.30-10.45
Dynamics of point vortices and a cylinder in an ideal fluid
Ivan Mamaev and Ivan Bizyaev
10.45-11.00
10.45-11.00
Topological considerations and the method of averaging: a connection between local and global results
Ivan Polekhin
11.00-11.15
11.00-11.15
Real noise in quantum link
Nikolay Perminov, Aleksandr Litvinov, Konstantin Melnik, Oleg Bannik, Lenar Gilyazov, Narkis Arslanov, Diana Tarankova, Marat Amirhanov and Sergey Moiseev
11.15-11.30
11.15-11.30
BREAK
11.30-11.45
11.30-11.45
An integrable case in the dynamics of a three-link vehicle
Elizaveta Artemova and Alexander Kilin
11.45-12.00
11.45-12.00
Stabilization of rotations of a rigid body with fixed point by periodic perturbations
Evgeny Vetchanin
12.00-12.15
12.00-12.15
Continuation Analysis of Memristor-Based Modified Chua's Circuit
Valerii Ostrovskii, Aleksandra Tutueva, Vyacheslav Rybin, Artur Karimov and Denis Butusov
12.15-12.30
12.15-12.30
Experimental evaluation of simplified physical model for control of aquatic robot with internal rotor
Anton Klekovkin, Ivan Mamaev, Evgeny Vetchanin, Valentin Tenenev and Yury Karavaev
12.30-12.45
12.30-12.45
Dynamics and control of a three-link wheeled vehicle
Elizaveta Artemova and Alexander Kilin
Neuroscience
Session chair: Semen Kurkin
14.00-14.15
14.00-14.15
Spatio-temporal EEG activity in cortical network during visual percetion task
Alexander Kuc and Natalija Malova
14.15-14.30
14.15-14.30
Network Structure of Children's Brain During Schulte Table Task
Alexander Hramov, Nikita Frolov, Vadim Grubov, Elena Pitsik and Vladimir Maksimenko
14.30-14.45
14.30-14.45
Motor-related elderly brain activity revealed via recurrence quantification analysis
Elena Pitsik, Nikita Frolov, Anton Kiselev, Nikolai Shchukovskii, Artem Badarin and Vadim Grubov
14.45-15.00
14.45-15.00
Network analysis of electrical activity in brain motor cortex during motor execution and motor imagery of elderly
Elena Pitsik, Nikita Frolov, Artem Badarin and Vadim Grubov
15.00-15.15
15.00-15.15
Analysis of information perception and processing during long-term and intense cognitive load using combined EEG and NIRS
Artem Badarin, Vadim Grubov and Vladimir Maksimenko
15.15-15.30
15.15-15.30
BREAK
15.30-15.45
15.30-15.45
EEG features during maintaining a human body balance
Vladimir S Khorev, Vadim V Grubov, Artem Badarin and Vladimir A Maksimenko
15.45-16.00
15.45-16.00
Attention state of children during Schulte tables task
Vadim Grubov, Vladimir Maksimenko, Semen Kurkin, Marina Khramova, Natalya Aleksandrova and Alexander Hramov
16.00-16.15
16.00-16.15
Features of real and imaginary human motor activity with EEG and fNIRS
Vadim Grubov, Artem Badarin, Nikita Frolov and Elena Pitsik
16.15-16.30
16.15-16.30
Chimera-like state in ensemble of bistable neurons
Andrey Andreev, Nikita Frolov, Natalija Alexandrova and Marija Chaban
16.30-16.45
16.30-16.45
Method for measuring differences in the neuronal responses to social stimuli
Azat Gainutdinov
16.45-17.00
16.45-17.00
Cognitive interaction via a brain-to-brain interface
Vadim Grubov and Vladimir Maksimenko
Unmanned aerial and ground vehicles 1
Zoom url: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86162931769
Session chair: Allahyar Montazeri
10.00-10.15
10.00-10.15
An Adaptive Scheme to Estimate Unknown Parameters of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Imil Hamda Imran and Allahyar Montazeri
10.15-10.30
10.15-10.30
Empirical Study on Premises Monitoring Algorithm Implementation in Mobile Robotic System
Timofey Melnikov, Eduard Lazarev, Olesya Berezovskaya, Sergey Chuprov and Ilia Viksnin
10.30-10.45
10.30-10.45
Application of CycleGAN-based Augmentation forAutonomous Driving at Night
Vladislav Ostankovich, Rauf Yagfarov, Maksim Rassabin and Salimzhan Gafurov
10.45-11.00
10.45-11.00
Trajectory control of vehicles with a discrete linearized model
Igor Shapovalov and Salimzhan Gafurov
11.00-11.15
11.00-11.15
Autonomous Navigation in Rural Environment based on Digital Filters and LIDAR Data
Evgenii Maksimychev, Salimzhan Gafurov and Igor Shapovalov
11.15-11.30
11.15-11.30
BREAK
11.30-11.45
11.30-11.45
Drone Cinematography System Design and New Guideline Model for Scene Objects Interaction
Adelia Sabirova and Roman Fedorenko
11.45-12.00
11.45-12.00
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Path Planning for Exploration Mapping
Victor Massagué Respall, Dmitry Devitt and Roman Fedorenko
12.00-12.15
12.00-12.15
Coordinated UAV Standoff Tracking of Moving Target based on Lyapunov Vector Fields
Tagir Muslimov and Rustem Munasypov
12.15-12.30
12.15-12.30
Control of adaptive mover optimal diameter taking into account multi-criteria analysis
Aleksey Ivanyuk, Aleksey Makarov, Yuri Serdobintsev, Mikhail Kukhtik and Yaroslav Kalinin
12.30-12.45
12.30-12.45
A study of the dynamics of an omnidirectional platform, taking into account the design of mecanum-wheels and multicomponent contact friction
Boris I Adamov and Gasan R Saypulaev
Unmanned aerial and ground vehicles 2
Session chair: Oleg Borisov
14.00-14.15
14.00-14.15
ANN and Elements of Differentional Games in the Model of Regulated Wheel Slippage Process in a Braking Mode
Alexey Fedin, Yaroslav Kalinin and Evgeniy Marchuk
14.15-14.30
14.15-14.30
Path Planning Followed with Kinodynamic Smoothing for Multirotor Aerial Vehicles (MAVs)
Geesara Kulathunga, Dmitry Devitt, Roman Fedorenko, Sergei Savin and Alexandr Klimchik
14.30-14.45
14.30-14.45
Parameter Estimation of Quadrotor Model
Mikhail Kakanov, Stanislav Tomashevich, Vladislav Gromov, Oleg Borisov, Fatimat Karashaeva and Anton Pyrkin
14.45-15.00
14.45-15.00
Robust Nested Nonlinear Position Control of a Quadrotor Platform in a 3D Space
Aydin Can, Harry Efstathiades and Allahyar Montazeri
15.00-15.15
15.00-15.15
Development of the method for estimating the velocity of motion of the AUV along a trajectory given by parametric curve
Svetlana Karmanova and Dmitry Yukhimets
Software engineering
Session chair: Vladimir Ivanov
15.30-15.45
15.30-15.45
Improving Pseudo-random Number Generators in a Floating-point Implementation
Aleksandra Tutueva, Artur Karimov, Petr Fedoseev, Lazaros Moysis, Christos Volos and Denis Butusov
15.45-16.00
15.45-16.00
Mathematical modeling and dynamic processes in chemistry: the game theory approach to the synthesis of polyimides
Evgeniy Marchuk, Maria Nakhod and Yaroslav Kalinin
16.00-16.15
16.00-16.15
A Systematic Literature Review of Studies Related to Mental Activities of Software Developers
Ilyas Sirazitdinov, Giancarlo Succi and Vladimir Ivanov
16.15-16.30
16.15-16.30
Extracting clinical information from chest x-rayreports: A case study for Russian language
Evgenia Kivotova, Bulat Maksudov, Ramil Kuleev and Bulat Ibragimov
16.30-16.45
16.30-16.45
Companion AI for Starbound Game Using Utility Theory
Elena Lebedeva and Joseph Alexander Brown
December, 4
Keynote Talks

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Session chairs: Alexandr Klimchik, Igor Gaponov
10:00-10:45
10:00-10:45
Industrial Robotics at Nanoscale: Introduction and Applications
Sergej Fatikow
University of Oldenburg, Germany
10:45-11:30
10:45-11:30
How cognition emerges from sensory-motor processes: A neural dynamic perspective
Gregor Schoner
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
11:30-11:45
11:30-11:45
Coffee Break
11:45-12:30
11:45-12:30
Passivity-based Control Approaches for Assuring Safe Physical Human-Robot Interaction
Jee-Hwan Ryu
KAIST, South Korea
12:30-13:15
12:30-13:15
Design and Control of a Dexterous Anthropomorphic Robotic Hand for Humanoid Robot
Damien Chablat
CNRS, France
13:30-14:30
13:30-14:30
Lunch Break
14:30-15:15
14:30-15:15
Automated Driving: Vehicle Motion Control for Safety & Comfort
Barys Shyrokau
TU Delft, Netherlands
15:15-16:00
15:15-16:00
Robot behavior as a complex adaptive system
Stephano Nolfi
National Research Council, Italy
16:00-16:15
16:00-16:15
Coffee Break
16:15-17:00
16:15-17:00
Human Augmentation and Interactive Robotics
Ildar Farkhatdinov
Queen Mary University of London, UK
17:00-17:45
17:00-17:45
Recent advances in magnetoencephalography
Alexander Pisarchik
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Registration
REGISTRATION TYPE
Early-Bird (To be defined)
Regular (To be defined)
Standard registration
€ 250,00 VAT incl.
€ 300,00 VAT incl.
Student registration
€ 150,00 VAT incl.
€ 200,00 VAT incl.
Committees
Honorary Chair
    Valery Kozlov, Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS, Russia
    General Chairs
    • Alexandr Klimchik, Innopolis University, Russia
    • Alexey Borisov, MIPT, Russia
    • Alexander Hramov, Innopolis University, Russia
      Scientific Committee
      • Anatol Pashkevich, IMT Atlantique, France
      • Anton Shiriaev, NTNU, Norway
      • Dmitry Treschev, Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS, Russia
      • Alexander Tormasov, Innopolis University, Russia
      • Sergej Fatikow, University of Oldenburg, Germany
      • Anastasios Bountis, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
      • Jee-Hwan Ryu, KAIST, South Korea
      • Allahyar Montazeri, Lancaster University, UK
      • Stefano Nolfi, ISTC, Italy
          Organizing Institutions

          Ural Mathematical Center
          Travel
          Venue
          Innopolis
          Transportation
          Accommodation
          The Conference will be held in Innopolis University. Specializing in the field of modern information technologies, Innopolis University is not only one of Russia's youngest universities, but also the new city's intellectual center. The teaching staff consists of leading Russian and foreign IT specialists and robotic science. Driven by the demands of both business and industry, the educational programs are committed to producing a high-quality stream of professionals for companies located in Innopolis.
          Innopolis is a new Russian city, located in the Republic of Tatarstan. The city's economy is based on high-tech industries. In Innopolis, a unique environment has been created that combines a modern residential infrastructure in harmony with the nature, safe environment, and broad opportunities for education and professional development.
          Taxi. The road from Kazan to Innopolis takes 40-50 minutes. You can see the route here. Average trip cost from Kazan — 600 rub using Yandex, Uber or Gett taxi services.

          Shuttle buses. There are two bus routes from Kazan to Innopolis: 1. "Kombinat Zdorovie" bus stop; 2. "Vostochny" bus station. Here you can see their timetable and route. Ticket price is 100 rub by card.

          Transfer. A daily transfer to Innopolis from the main hotels of Kazan will be organized (according to the information from the Registration forms).
          The participants will be accommodated in comfortable rooms of at the Innopolis University campus. Each room is equipped with all necessary appliances and new furniture. The photos of University Campus can be found here.
          Innopolis University

          1, Universitetskaya Str., Innopolis, Russia, 420500

          Prof. Igor Gaponov
          Conference secretary

          nir2020@innopolis.university

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