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||21 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 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.
For an accepted paper to be included in the proceedings at least one of the authors of the paper should be available to present the paper at the symposium and register as Symposium Only participant or be a registered member of a RoboCup team.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
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