- IROS Conference:October, 25-29, 2020
- IROS Location:Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
- Abstract submission:TBD
- Abstract notification:TBD
- Workshop: TBD
- Location: TBD
This is planned for a full day workshop on the intersections of robotics and biology, being held at IROS 2020 in las Vegas, NV, USA. We will accept 1-page abstracts for poster presentations (see here). Researchers who work in the areas of bio-inspired robotics, robotics-inspired biology, or anywhere in between are encouraged to apply!
- Nick Gravish, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCSD
- Chen Li, Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins
- Kaushik Jayaram, CU Boulder
- Glenna Clifton, Department of Biology, University of Portland
- Floris Van Breugel, Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno
Previous Robotics-Inspired Biology workshops
Registration for full-conference and workshop-only attendees is between $125 and $250 depending on affiliation and date of registration.
Link to registration here
We are pleased to invite contributions of 1 page abstracts for poster presentations of research in the theme of Robotics-inspired biology. Abstracts should be submitted in the form of a 1-page PDF and will be posted on the workshop website after selection. The selected contributions will be presented as posters during the final portion of the workshop. The best poster submissions will be selected for short 3-minute lightning talks. We particularly encourage young scientists, from both biology and robotics backgrounds to attend and interact. Submissions should be sent in an email with the subject line "IROS 2020 poster submission" to email@example.com.
Abstract format: compile abstract into a single column 1-page PDF using either latex (preferred) or word.
Templates can be found here:
This is a workshop taking place at the upcoming IROS 2020 robotics conference (www.iros2020.org) taking place in Las Vega, NV, USA. For information contact
- Nick Gravish firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together roboticists and bioligists to discuss the emerging frontiers in bio and robotic locomotion science. We are soliciting abstracts for poster presentations from students and researchers in both biology and bio-inspired robotics.