Workshops and Tutorials
A total of 51 workshops and tutorials will be held on Monday, September 28 and Friday, October 02. Registration is required for the regular workshops and tutorials; this is done via the IROS-2015 registration website. A workshop registration gives you access to all workshops on both workshop days, so you can ignore the workshop selection list on the registration site. (Also note that the workshops have been renumbered for better consistency in the final program).
Morning sessions are 8:30 until 12:30 , with a half-hour coffee break at 10:00. Afternoon sessions are 14:00 until 18:00 , with a half-hour coffee break at 15:30 (times to be confirmed). Corresponding organizers are denoted with an asterisk.
New: please download the index file of the workshop and tutorials proceedings. The document includes information about the poster sessions. Note that the linked PDFs are not included, as the full workshop proceedings will only be distributed to registered workshop participants.
Monday, 28 Sept Full Day Workshops and Tutorials
Monday, 28 Sept Half Day Morning Workshops and Tutorials
|MoWSMorning-20: Embodied-Brain Systems Sciences||Jun Ota, Eiichi Naito, Shin-ichi Izumi, *|
|MoWSMorning-21: Cooperative vehicles and robotic systems for industrial applications||, Cristian Secchi, Gian Diego Tipaldi|
|MoWSMorning-22: Robot Competitions: What did we learn?||, Kaspar Althoefer, Pedro Lima|
Monday, 28 Sept Half Day Afternoon Workshops and Tutorials
|MoWSAfternoon-20: See and Touch: 1st Workshop on multimodal sensor-based robot control for HRI and soft manipulation||, Youcef Mezouar, David Navarro-Alarcon, Mario Prats|
|MoWSAfternoon-21: Spatial Reasoning and Interaction for Real-World Robotics||, Verena Rieser|
|MoWSAfternoon-22: 2nd International Workshop on Aerial Open Source Robotics||, , Brandon Basso|
Friday, 02 Oct Full Day Workshops and Tutorials
Friday, 02 Oct Half Day Morning Workshops and Tutorials
|FrWSMorning-20: TRS 2015: An Open-source Recipe for Teaching (and Learning) Robotics with a Simulator: Setup a Laptop in 5 Minutes, Write a Control, Navigation, Vision or Manipulation Program in 100 Lines of Code||*, Peter Corke, Marc Andreas Freese|
|FrWSMorning-21: Advances in Biologically Inspired Brain-Like Cognition and Control for Learning Robots||*, Florian Roehrbein, Stefan Ulbrich, Rüdiger Dillmann|
|FrWSMorning-22: Grounding robot autonomy: Emotional and social interaction in robot behaviour||*, Emilia I. Barakova, Erik Alexander Billing, Joost Broekens|
|FrWSMorning-23: Half-Day Hands-on Tutorial on Robotics System Toolbox from MathWorks||*|
|FrWSAfternoon-20: ECHORD++: Urban Robotic Applications (Note: Re-scheduled from afternoon to Friday morning, hall 6).||*, Antoni Grau, Ana Puig-Pey|
Friday, 02 Oct Half Day Afternoon Workshops and Tutorials
|FrWSAfternoon-21: Micro-nano assembly reality check: Customer needs vs. research activities||Sergej Fatikow, Tobias Tiemerding*|
|FrWSAfternoon-22: How to Use ROS and Gazebo with the ROBOTIS OP2||, Chase Noh|