Following on from the successes of the first two UK-RAS Network conferences, this event aims to provide a much-needed opportunity for PhD and early-career researchers to participate in a robotics conference. The event also opens up opportunities for researchers to publish through the UK-RAS Proceedings, and to present their research more widely through pre-selection of the winning papers to related conferences such as TAROS and the Hamlyn Symposium.
This annual event attracted over 160 delegates last year and offers a vibrant community intent on sharing, exchanging, and exploring the latest developments and new avenues in Robotics and Autonomous Systems. The event will have 3 international Plenary speakers, followed by conference presenters, poster presentations, lab tours and demos.
The aim of the UK-RAS conference is to promote quality research, networking, and community building for PhD students and practitioners at the frontier of science and technology in intelligent robots and systems, by discussing the latest advancements in this fast growing and exciting field.
This year, the conference’s focus is on ‘Robots into the Real World‘ and will be held at the University of Lincoln on the 17th April 2020.
** In response to the ongoing covid-19 outbreak, the conference will now be held digitally **
The benefits to the attendants are…
- Establishing their academic and professional relationships;
- Improving their motivation and confidence in presenting research to an international audience;
- Networking with other experts in related research areas;
- Opportunities to publish their work;
- Further conference presentation opportunities at Towards Autonomous Robotics Systems (TAROS) conference.
Authors of the best papers from #UKRAS20 will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to the prestigious TAROS20 conference. TAROS is the longest running UK-hosted international conference on Robotics and Autonomous Systems. TAROS 2020 will be hosted by Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre for Manufacturing and On-wing Technology at the University of Nottingham on the 22nd -24th June, 2020.