UR 2021 is going HYBRID!

The 18th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots (UR 2021) will be held from 12-14 July as a form of hybrid meeting at the Lakai Sandpine Resort, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do, Korea.

Since its inception in 2004, Ubiquitous Robots has now established itself as a leading mid-size robotics conference, bringing together robotics researchers from around the world who share the vision that robots, will become ubiquitous in our daily lives, and help connect and empower humans.

Robotics is the ultimate interdisciplinary field, and Ubiquitous Robots invites contributions from the entire foundational spectrum—design, perception, manipulation, interfaces, mobility, intelligence—and application domains—industrial, social and cultural interaction, transportation, medical, rehabilitation, healthcare, agriculture, construction, security, disaster, and many others.

Ubiquitous Robots 2021 promises to be an exciting and innovative event, with plenary and invited talks, oral presentation, posters, and workshops. We invite you to submit your latest work to Ubiquitous Robots 2021, and to come experience the myriad attractions of Gangneung-one of the most popular resort towns in Korea.

Considering the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and strict travel regulations, the UR 2021 Organizing Committee is preparing for a HYBRID meeting with a mixture of onsite face-to-face sessions and online sessions. International participants will be able to join the UR conference through the onsite and/or online sessions. The UR 2021 Organizing Committee will do our best efforts to avoid any health risks of all participants.

TIMELINE AND IMPORTANT DATES

Plenary Talks More Information

  • Wolfram Burgard
  • Professor at University of Freiburg and head of the research lab for Autonomous Intelligent Systems
    Vice President for Automated Driving Technology at the Toyota Research Institute, Los Altos, USA
  • Title: (TBA)
  • Dr. Daniel D. Lee
  • Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell Tech, USA
    Executive Vice President for Samsung Research, Global AI Center
  • Title: Robotic Intelligence: Representations and Learning

Past UR Conferences More Information