[PlanetKR] CFP: 23rd Annual RoboCup International Symposium 2019

Mary-Anne Williams Mary-Anne at themagiclab.org
Mon Feb 18 10:19:53 EST 2019


23rd Annual RoboCup International Symposium 2019

The 23rd Annual RoboCup International Symposium will be held in conjunction
with RoboCup 2019 at the International Convention Centre Sydney, Australia.
We call for submissions of papers reporting innovative, original research
with relevance to areas of robotics and artificial intelligence as listed
below. Within the described scope of topics we also encourage submissions
of high-quality overview articles, papers describing real-world research,
and papers reporting theoretical results. Researchers are invited to submit
their work independently of whether they participate in the RoboCup
competitions or have a RoboCup team. In addition to the main track with
regular papers there will be a special development track on hardware
development, software frameworks and open-source development.




Submission of full papers: 8 April 2019
Notification to authors: 21 May 2019
Submission of camera-ready copies: 4 June 2019
RoboCup 2019 Symposium: 8 July 2019


All papers will be peer-reviewed, and evaluated by members of the senior
program committee. The proceedings of the RoboCup International Symposium
will be published and archived within the Lecture Notes in Artificial
Intelligence (LNCS/LNAI) series by Springer-Verlag after the conference.
Papers should be formatted following the LNAI author guidelines (
and must be electronically submitted through the EasyChair electronic
submission system (https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/5oSZC91W27Hk17L6s3Gqty?domain=easychair.org) which
is linked to the symposium website.

Regular papers are limited to 12 pages and papers of the development track
should adhere to the limit of 8 pages.

Springer’s proceedings LaTeX templates are also available in Overleaf.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Robot Hardware and Software
 - mobile robotics
 - humanoid robotics
 - sensors and actuators
 - embedded and mobile devices
 - robot construction and new materials
 - robotic system integration
 - robot software architectures
 - robot programming environments and languages
 - real-time and concurrent programming
 - robot simulators

* Perception and Action
 - 3D perception
 - distributed sensor integration
 - sensor noise filtering
 - real-time image processing and pattern recognition
 - motion and sensor models
 - sensory-motor control
 - robot kinematics and dynamics
 - high-dimensional motion control

* Robot Cognition and Learning
 - world modelling and knowledge representation
 - learning from demonstration and imitation
 - localisation, navigation, and mapping
 - planning and reasoning
 - decision making under uncertainty
 - neural systems and deep learning
 - complex motor skill acquisition
 - reinforcement learning and optimisation
 - motion and sensor model learning

* Human-Robot Interaction
 - robot social intelligence
 - fluency of interaction
 - speech synthesis and natural language generation
 - natural language recognition
 - explainable robot behaviours
 - emotion recognition and reaction
 - understanding human intent and behaviour
 - safety, security and dependability
 - enabling humans to predict robot behaviour

* Multi-Robot Systems
 - team coordination methods
 - communication protocols
 - learning and adaptive systems
 - teamwork and heterogeneous agents
 - dynamic resource allocation
 - adjustable autonomy

* Education and Edutainment
 - robotics and artificial intelligence education
 - educational robotics
 - robot kits and programming tools
 - robotic entertainment

* Applications and Benchmarking
 - search and rescue robots
 - robot surveillance
 - service and social robots
 - robots at home, at work and in public spaces
 - robots in the real world
 - performance metrics
 - human-robot interaction


The development track encourages reports on innovative hardware
developments, software frameworks and open-source releases of software
components. Review of papers describing these contributions will be based
on technical aspects and benefit to the practice of communities working in
the above fields in general and RoboCup in particular.


Jackrit Suthakorn, Mahidol University, Thailand
Mary-Anne Williams, University of Technology, Australia
Tim Niemueller, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Stephan Chalup, The University of Newcastle, Australia


rcs2019 at easychair.org

*Mary-Anne Williams <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/0E4RC0YK9ycG8Pq9sWbRFd?domain=xplainableai.org>*

   *CoChair: RoboCup Symposium 2019
*   CoChair: IJCAI 2019 Tutorials
  * Program CoChair*, *IEEE Ro-Man 2019* <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/aKIiCjZ1nVUn9NKwFn631L?domain=ro-man2019.org>

*Distinguished Research Professor*
*Director, Innovation and Enterprise Research Lab <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/4Et-Ck81oVHONG8RskJPLM?domain=themagiclab.org>*
   Centre of Artificial Intelligence
   University of Technology Sydney
   PO Box 123 Broadway NSW 2007 Australia
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