Call for Papers - Austrian Robotics Workshop

Go to content
• Design, construction and fabrication of robotic assistance systems
• Modelling and design for robotics in assistance and healthcare
• Robot Modelling
• Software Design & Architecture
• Estimation, Diagnosis and Learning
• Mobile and Service Robots
• Field and Rescue Robots
• UAV, UGV, Autonomous Systems
• Human Robot Interaction, Usability
• Planning and Reasoning
• Realistic Sensor Simulation
• Robot Sensing and Perception
• Sensor Modelling and Calibration
• Sensor Reliability
• Near-Field Sensors in Robotics
• Robotics with applications in assistance and healthcare
• Applications in Industry and Education

• December 10, 2021:
  Call for Paper available
• January 11, 2022:
  Paper Submission Open
• April 30, 2022:
  Submission deadline
• May 15, 2022:
  Notification of acceptance
• May 31, 2022:
  Camera-ready paper, deadline for   registration
• June 14-15, 2022:
  Austrian Robotics Workshop

All submission types should be submitted before the deadline via the EasyChair conference system . Papers should be formatted according to the style of IEEE conferences (LaTeX):

Submission Types:
• Research Paper (4-6 pages)
• Student Paper (2 pages)

ARW 2022
The Austrian Robotics Workshop aims to provide a vivid environment for exchange about current research topics in the area of robotics and related technologies. This year’s workshop comes with an additional focus on the emerging topic “robotics for assistance and in healthcare”. We are looking forward to the presentation and discussion of research progress as well as current projects.

Margit Gföhler (TU Wien)
"Robotic Exoskeletons as Assistive Devices"

"Robots in Movement Therapy -Possibilities and Limits"

"Multi Robot Coordination"

AlešHribar (Kinestica)
"High-tech Rehabilitation"
The workshop is organized under the auspices of the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, CUAS and
GMAR – Gesellschaft für Mess-, Automatisierungs- und Robotertechnik.

Workshop Chair:
Lisa-Marie Faller, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CUAS)    
Program Chair:
Justus Piater, Universität Innsbruck
Workshop Co-Chairs:
Mathias Brandstötter, Joanneum Research Robotics and Gerald Steinbauer, TU Graz
Web Chair: Alexander Numrich, GMAR

The workshop is supported by
- Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie
- Österreichischer Verband für Elektrotechnik
- GMAR – Gesellschaft für Mess-, Automatisierungs- und Robotertechnik,
- IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Austrian Chapter

Created by GMARobotics
Back to content