We invite you to organize a satellite event for the 25th RoboCup International Symposium, which will be held on 17 July 2022, in conjunction with RoboCup 2022 (11 July to 17 July 2022) in a hybrid setting. The RoboCup symposium is an annual event in which innovative, original research with relevance to areas of robotics and artificial intelligence is presented.
The Symposium Program Co-Chairs would like to facilitate the organization of satellite workshops, focus groups, roundtable discussions, and other events that are related to RoboCup itself or the general aim of the RoboCup Symposium. This includes league-specific discussions about rules and/or roadmaps, shared infrastructure projects between leagues, as well as scientific workshops focussing on a particular research topic, among others. League committee members, as well as teams or individuals from RoboCup leagues participating in the Symposium, are invited to submit their proposals. The organizers of a satellite event are free to propose events between 2 and 8 hours in length to be held during or a day after the RoboCup Symposium (17 or 18 July) in a fully virtual, hybrid, or fully local format.
|Submission of satellite event proposals||03 April 2022|
|Notification to authors||25 April 2022|
|Satellite Events||17 or 18 July 2022|
Submission and Proceedings
Proposals will be evaluated by the Symposium Program Co-Chairs based on their thematic relevance to the RoboCup Symposium as well as their proposed schedule and required resources. Satellite events will not be included in the RoboCup Symposium proceedings.
Proposals should be formatted following the LNAI author guidelines and must be electronically submitted through the EasyChair electronic submission system.
Please follow the LaTeX template created by us by either downloading the template file or by creating a private copy of this Overleaf template
Submissions are limited to a 4-page extended abstract, excluding references. Each submission must include the following sections:
- Name of the satellite event
- A description of the format (e.g., discussion group, workshop, tutorial, invited talks, …) and intended length of the event
- Prefered date and time of the event (17 or 18; morning or afternoon, or the whole day [no lunch will be provided unless it’s on the 17th])
- A description of the content and aim of the satellite event
- Names and contacts of all members of the organizing committee/group with one clearly marked person as the corresponding member of the organizing committee
- The intended audience and the number of participants expected
- Any resources required to organize the workshop
After the acceptance of their proposal, organizers are expected to create a short description of their event as well as a website providing further information which will both be linked from the RoboCup symposium page on the RoboCup 2022 website.
Organizers of accepted proposals for satellite events will receive a location for their event as well as other required resources (e.g., a projector), if possible. Apart from this, the organizers are responsible for organizing their event independent of the RoboCup Symposium.
- Maike Paetzel-Prüsmann, University of Potsdam, Germany
- Nuno Lau, University of Aveiro, Portugal
- Amy Eguchi, University of California San Diego
Local Organising Chair
- Thanapat Wanichanon, Mahidol University, Thailand