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The 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation

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The 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2021) will take place from May 30 to June 5, 2021 in a hybrid format, including both on-site and virtual meetings.

ICRA 2021 has been designed to accommodate a traditional session structure for authors to present their papers at the scheduled time slots in sessions, for both virtual online and physical onsite sessions/presentations. This inventive 24 hour format allows for remote live Q&A participation from attendees.

The Program is speaker oriented  time-zone friendly, so please pay attention to the time zones of the sessions. The default time zone is GMT+01


ICRA 2021 Workshop and Tutorial Schedule and Information
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Special Workshop on “Cloud-Based Competitions and Benchmarks for Robotic Manipulation and Grasping”
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ICRA Program Highlights from IRIM
Tuesday June 1, 02:15-02:30 | Control and Optimization II
Observation Space Matters: Benchmark and Optimization Algorithm; Joanne Taery Kim, Sehoon Ha

Tuesday, June 1, 02:30-02:45 | Automation Award Session
Robust Trajectory Optimization Over Uncertain Terrain with Stochastic Complementarity; Luke Drnach, Ye Zhao

Tuesday, June 1,12:30-12:45 | Field Robotics II
Simultaneous Multi-Level Descriptor Learning and Semantic Segmentation for Domain Specific Relocalization; Xiaolong Wu, Yiye Chen, Cedric Pradalier, & Patricio Vela

Tuesday, June 1, 18:30-18:45 | Learning-Based Control
Neural Identification for Control; Priyabrata Saha, Magnus Egerstedt, & Saibal Mukhopadhyay

Tuesday, June 1, 18:30-18:45 | Aerial Robotics: Sensing and Control
Continuous-time State & Dynamics Estimation Using a Pseudo-Spectral Parameterization; Varun Agrawal, & Frank Dellaert

Tuesday, June 1, 19:00-19:15 | Manipulation: Measurement
Mass Estimation of a Moving Object through Minimal Manipulation Interaction; Sergio Aguilera, Muhammad Ali Murtaza, Ye Zhao, & Seth Hutchinson

Wednesday, June 2, 07:00-07:15 | Motion Planning: Decision
TIE: Time-Informed Exploration for Robot Motion Planning; Sagar Joshi, Seth Hutchinson, & Panagiotis Tsiotras

Wednesday, June 2, 07:30-07:45 | Motion Planning: Decision
Belief Space Partitioning for Symbolic Motion Planning; Mengxue Hou, Tony X. Lin, Haomin Zhou, Wei Zhang, Catherine Edwards, & Fumin Zhang

Thursday, June 3, 12:30-12:45 | SLAM IV
A FastSLAM Approach Integrating Beamforming Maps for Ultrasound-Based Robotic Inspection of Metal Structures; Othmane-Latif Ouabi, Pascal Pomarede, Matthieu Geist, Nico F. Declercq, & Cedric Pradalier

Thursday, June 3, 18:00-18:15 | Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics I
Drumming Arm: An Upper-Limb Prosthetic System to Restore Grip Control for a Transradial Amputee Drummer; Ning Yang, Ruizhi Sha, Raghavasimhan Sankaranarayanan, Qianyi Sun, & Gil Weinberg

Thursday, June 3, 18:30-18:45 | Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics I
FLEXotendon Glove-III: Soft Robotic Hand Rehabilitation Exoskeleton for Spinal Cord Injury; Phillip Tran, Seokhwan Jeong, Kinsey Herrin, Shovan Bhatia, scott kozin, & Jaydev P. Desai

Thursday, June 3, 18:45-19:00 | Optimization and Control I
Constrained Differential Dynamic Programming Revisited; Yuichiro Aoyama, Akash Patel, George Boutselis, & Evangelos Theodorou

Thursday, June 3, 19:15-19:30 | Optimization in Robotic Design I
Factor Graph-Based Trajectory Optimization for a Pneumatically-Actuated Jumping Robot; Lucas Tiziani, Yetong Zhang, Frank Dellaert, & Frank L. Hammond III
Thursday, June 3, 19:45-20:00 | Vision and Perception: Autonomous Vehicle Navigation II
Hierarchical Cross-Modal Agent for Robotics Vision-And-Language Navigation; Muhammad Zubair Irshad, Chih-Yao Ma, & Zsolt Kira

Thursday, June 3, 20:00-20:15 | Robust/Optimal Control
Towards Robust One-Shot Task Execution Using Knowledge Graph Embeddings; Angel Daruna, Lakshmi Velayudhan Nair, Weiyu Liu, & Sonia Chernova

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