Advances in Robotics (AIR) is a series of biennial conference organized by the Robotics Society of India. The conference aims to create a forum to present and exchange new ideas by researchers and developers from India and abroad working in the fields of robotics and its applications. The conference would have plenary talks, oral and poster presentations, and special industry oriented sessions.
The organizers of the conference invite unpublished research work in the various fields of Robotics. The authors have to follow ACM format of double column, with a maximum papge limit of 6. The submitted papers will undergo to double blind peer-review process and the accepted papers, have to submit a camera-ready version after incorporating reviewers comments. The accepted and presented papers will be published as an ACM-ICPS series.
- Call for Papers
- Information on Double Blind Peer-Review Process
- Submission Instructions
- Proceedings by ACM-ICPS
Plenary Talks/Keynote Lectures:
- Prof. Peter Corke, Queensland University of Technology, Austrailia
- Prof. Nancy Amato, Texas A&M University, USA
- Prof. Burkhard Corves, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Workshop and Tutorials
A full day workshop and/or tutorials will be held during the conference. The topic(s) of the workshop will be related to Robotics and its applications. More details here.
A symposium will be held for the PhD students working in all areas relevant to robotics. It would provide an opportunity to showcase their ongoing research work and interact with experts in the field. More details here.