Special extension to March 6th, 2020
February 15, 2020 paper submission
April 30, 2020 acceptance notification
May 20, 2020 final submission of accepted papers
→ Septembre 20-24, 2020 conference ←
Papers are solicited on topics related to robotics within aspects of theory, design, practice and industrial applications, including but not limited to:
- novel robot design and robot modules/components;
- personal, service, medical, space and rescue robots;
- humanoid robots, bio-robotics, multi-robot, embodied multi-agent systems;
- challenges in control, modeling, kinematical and dynamical analysis of robotic systems;
- innovations in sensor systems for robots and perception;
- biomechanical problems and education in robotics.
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The purpose of the Young Delegates Program (YDP) is to provide assistance to young scientists and engineers so that they may participate in IFToMM technical conferences. Up to fifty percent of the total cost of registration fees, transportation, board and lodging is available to participants who are not fully supported by their own institutions. ROMANSY’2020 has obtained support from IFToMM Executive Council for 3 grants. To apply for support, applicants must send a letter of request by April 30, 2020 to the Co-chairs following the IFToMM guidelines with all the required support documents.
ROMANSY symposium is the first established conference that emphasizes the theory and research of robotics, rather than the industrial aspect. Thanks to the active participation of researchers from different countries, the symposium is still held bi-annually and playing a vital role in the development of the theory and practice of robotics, as well as of mechanical sciences.
The symposium is under the patronage of IFToMM, the International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science. ROMANSY is one of the activities of IFToMM Technical Committee for Robotics and Mechatronics.
The conference was scheduled to be held at the Hokkaido univresity in Sapporo, Japan. Sapporo is the main city in the northest island of Japan: Hokkaido, and the 5th city in Japan. It is well known for its beer factories, the snow festival in winter and the beautiful color in the fall.
Hokkaido university is in the center of Sapporo city, located a few minutes walk from the main station. It is conveniently accessible directly by train from the New Chitose airport (Sapporo main airport) and there many hotels and places enjoy good local products in Sapporo.
As you all know, the safety conditions for holding a face-to-face conference are difficult to guaranty and the conference will be held online. We hope that we will have the pleasure to hosting an IFToMM event soon and welcom you all in Sapporo, Japan in the near future!
Prospective authors will be able to submit their paper throught the online system. Papers must be formated using the Springer Nature template tex or word.
Papers must be at most of 8 pages in length.
, a two pages extension is permitted at the cost of 10.000JPY per extra page. The submission online system is now open. The paper final submission deadline is May 20th, 2020. Registration fees for the corresponding authors must be paid by this deadline.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic we are planning to have an online conference. The new registration fees are now:
15,000 JPY Delegate from IFToMM MO (up to two papers)
25,000 JPY Delegate from non-IFToMM MO (up to two papers)
5,000 JPY Student (up to one paper)
10,000 JPY per extra pages, up to 2 pages in the Springer format of the conference
The registration fees include the attendance to the online conference, a copy of the book proceedings that will be sent by post to the designated address given at the time of registration, access to the online proceedings at the time of the conference.
Atsushi Konno, Hokkaido University, Japan
Yukio Takeda, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Gentiane Venture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Jorge Solis, Karlstad University, Sweden
Takanori Emaru, Hokkaido University, Japan
Shunsuke Komizunai, Hokkaido University, Japan
Yusuke Sugahara, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Kenji Hashimoto, Meiji University, Japan
Hitoshi Kimura, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Masaharu Komori, Kyoto University, Japan
Daisuke Matsuura, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Ken Sasaki, University of Tokyo, Japan
Tomomichi Sugihara, Osaka University, Japan
Wataru Takano, Kyoto University, Japan
Hideaki Takanobu, Kogakuin University, Japan
Kenjiro Takemura, Keio University, Japan
Eiichirou Tanaka, Waseda University, Japan
Teppei Tsujita, National Defense Academy, Japan
Tetsuyou Watanabe, Kanazawa University, Japan
Ko Yamamoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
Tasuku Yamawaki, National Defense Academy, Japan
Masahito Yashima, National Defense Academy, Japan
Akio Yamamoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Iizuka, Hokkaido University, Japan
Takayuki Tanaka, Hokkaido University, Japan
Masahito Yamamoto, Hokkaido University, Japan
Tatsuro Terakawa, Kyoto University, Japan