2020 | International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)
2020 May 31 – August 01
(originally scheduled Paris, France)
The International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) is the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s flagship conference and is a premier international forum for robotics researchers to present their work. The 2020 conference will be held virtually on 01 June 2020. Relevant information and instructions for authors will appear shortly on the website. The conference will include plenary, keynote and award nominee presentations, contributed paper interactive sessions, workshops, tutorials, robotics & art exhibition, and forums. Read More.
The conference program is currently undergoing final adjustments to accommodate for online participation. It will be available on this page as well as on our online hub once completed. In the meantime, you can have an early look at our proceedings. It’s still organized following the original in-person schedule – please ignore times and locations. Read More.
- All 1600 papers are presented as on-demand videos, and for technical discussions, a dedicated slack channel will be provided. These will be available until August 31.
- Plenaries and keynotes are featured every afternoon (Central European Time) from June 1st to 15, with a live chat Q&A.
- The online conference also includes most of the planned workshops and tutorials, free-of-charge. Please see here and get in touch with organizers to participate.
- Other online events will be announced here.
Please see here for more detailed information on how you can make the most out of the virtual conference.
|Advances in lower limb dynamic prostheses for an agile and dynamic walking||Panagiotis Artemiadis, Rosa H. M. Chan, He (Helen) Huang, Mo Rastgaar*||242B|
|Applications of micro-nano robotics||Fumihito Arai, Eric D. Diller, Cédric Clévy, Aude Bolopion*||202/203|
|Beyond Soft Robotics: Pioneer Perspectives and Interdisciplinary Collaboration||Hiromi Mochiyama*, Shinichi Hirai, Vito Cacucciolo, Francesco Giorgio-Serchi, Shingo Maeda||241|
|Cognitive Robotic Surgery||Michael C. Yip*, Florian Richter, Danail Stoyanov, Francisco Vasconcelos, Fanny Ficuciello, Emmanuel B Vander Poorten, Gregory Scott Fischer, Blake Hannaford, Peter Kazanzides||342A|
|Construction and Architecture Robotics||Darwin Lau*, Yunhui Liu, Tobias Bruckmann, Thomas Bock, Stéphane Caro||224/225M|
|Debates on the Future of Robotics Research||Matthew Giamou*, Lee Clement, Valentin Peretroukhin, Sylvia Herbert, Jaime F. Fisac, Brian Wang, Sarah Tang, Felix Wolf Hans Erich von Drigalski, Florian Shkurti, Jonathan Kelly||Bordeaux|
|Emerging Learning and Algorithmic Methods for Data Association in Robotics||Kaveh Fathian*, Jonathan Patrick How, Alec Koppel, Ethan Stump, Roberto Tron||336/337M|
|Energy Storage and Delivery in Robotic Systems||Mihai Duduta*, Samuel Felton, Fatma Zeynep Temel||221/222M|
|Flapping-Wing Aerial Robots: From Theory to Practice||Ramy Rashad*, Federico Califano, Alexander Dijkshoorn, Luuk Groot Koerkamp, Stefano Stramigioli||242A|
|Full-day Workshop on Human-Swarm Interaction||Panagiotis Artemiadis*, Herbert G. Tanner, Dimitra Panagou, Kleio Baxevani||362/363|
|Human-Robot Teaming: From Data to Systems||Carlos Nieto-Granda*, Henrik Iskov Christensen, Nicholas Roy, Julie A. Shah, Holly Yanco, Ethan Stump, Christopher M. Reardon, David Baran||353|
|Integrating Multidisciplinary Approaches to Advance Physical Human-Robot Interaction||Pauline Maurice*, Meghan Huber, Claudia Latella, Serena Ivaldi, Arash Ajoudani||342B|
|Learning of Manual Skills in Humans and Robots||Aude Billard*, Dagmar Sternad||341|
|Perception, Action, Learning From Metric-Semantic Scene Understanding to High-level Task Execution||Luca Carlone*, Dan Griffith, Sanjeev Mohindra||352B|
|Mechanisms and Design: from Inception to Realization||Hao Su*, Matei Ciocarlie, Kyu-Jin Cho, Darwin Lau, Claudio Semini, Damiano Zanotto||231/232M|