Proposals must be submitted via PaperPlaza, and also sent to workshop(at)iros2022.org.
Please replace “(at)” with “@”.
The Workshops and Tutorials Committee will evaluate proposals based on all information provided in these sections and will make decisions based on
(i) the topic of the proposed event,
(ii) the event’s format and likelihood of creating an engaging intellectual environment,
(iii) the inclusiveness of the event to people with different backgrounds and expertise, and
(iv) the experience of the Organizers.
We especially encourage proposals on emerging topics in robotics, including new problems, new domains, and robotics in emerging economies.
The workshop proposal must contain the following information (see Microsoft Word Proposal Template):
- Sponsor/support (if applicable) and describe nature of sponsorship (i.e., what will be provided by the sponsor?)
- Type of workshop (half-day or full-day), including a schedule
- List of speakers
- Intended audience
- Expected attendance
- Statement about the diversity and the geographic balance of the speakers
- Statement about the hybrid participation
- Why this workshop is not expected to be covered by other IROS activities
- Details of any other workshops at IROS in which the proposers are involved
- Endorsements from TCs (attach support letter)
- Special requests (equipment or other issues)
- CV(s) of the Organizer(s)
Note: Upon acceptance, the organizers will be required to provide an abstract and a dedicated website for their workshop.