We are excited to announce the 2nd Latin American Summer School on
Cognitive Robotics (LACORO), which aims at making cutting-edge knowledge
on Artificial Intelligence for Robotics Applications accessible in the
Our aims are:
- to build a sustainable community of students and researchers in the
area of Artificial Intelligence for Robotics, particularly Cognitive
Inspired Aspects of AI.
- to foster intercultural student collaboration within and outside the
Format: LACORO will include cutting-edge lectures and tutorials on
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and aspects of Human Cognition.
Moreover, we will host tutorial and mentoring sessions for both
scientific topics and other aspects of the academic research world.
Date and Location: LACORO will be held in-person from the 3rd to 6th of
January, 2023 at the Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Andrés Bello
(UNAB), Santiago, Chile.
Applications: Please visit our website, where you can find more
information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application
If you have any questions about the school or the application process,
please contact the organizing committee: lacoro(a)innovacionyrobotica.com
Best regards from the organizing committee,
Dr. rer. nat. Nicolás Navarro-Guerrero
Dear RoboCup@home community,
We are excited to announce the inaugural workshop on “Evaluating Motion Planning Performance: Metrics, Tools, Datasets, and Experimental Design” at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, (IROS) 2022. The workshop will focus on state of the art motion planning evaluations, trends, and problems.
We are inviting researchers and practitioners in robotics and AI to contribute relevant submissions. The workshop will host leaders in academia and industry as invited speakers. We are pleased to welcome broader participation and engagement within the robotics and AI communities.
The workshop will be hybrid wherein we will support participation for those who join us at IROS 2022 in Kyoto as well as virtual attendance. We are exploring options for streaming the event as well as archiving relevant resources.
Please feel free to share our cordial invitation to your colleagues at the RoboCup community to submit contributions, participate, or attend the workshop.
If you have questions, see our website (https://motion-planning-workshop.kavrakilab.org/) or contact us at motionplanningworkshop(a)gmail.com.
Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop!
Carlos Quintero Peña
On behalf of the organizers:
Constantinos Chamzas, Rice University
Dr. Zachary Kingston, Rice University
Dr. Khen Elimelech, Rice University
Dr. Wil Thomason, Rice University
Carlos Quintero-Peña, Rice University
Dr. Rahul Shome, Rice University
Professor Lydia Kavraki, Rice University