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[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Submission Deadline Update for VAM-HRI Workshop at HRI 2020 (Cambridge, UK)

Thomas Groechel
Apologies for multiple postings. Due to the early registration deadline for
HRI being January 31, we have implemented rolling submissions with updated
deadlines.

ROLLING SUBMISSIONS: Submissions are open and will typically take a week
for review. Make sure to submit by Jan 20th if you want notification by
January 30, 2020 UTC-12 before the HRI 2020 early registration deadline.

Submissions will close February 29, 2020 UTC-12.

The updated CFP has been appended below for convenience.

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CALL FOR PAPERS

The 3rd International Workshop on Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality for
Human-Robot Interaction (VAM-HRI)

Collocated with HRI 2020, Cambridge, UK

================

ROLLING SUBMISSIONS: Submissions are open and will typically take a week
for review. Make sure to submit by Jan 20th if you want notification by the
HRI 2020 early registration deadline on January 30, 2020 UTC-12.

Submissions will close February 29, 2020 UTC-12.

Workshop: March 23, 2020 UTC-12

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At VAM-HRI we seek to bring together HRI, Robotics, and AI, researchers
working

on challenges in mixed reality interactions between humans and robots.
VAM-HRI

was held for the first time at HRI 2018, where it served as the first
workshop of its

kind at an academic AI or Robotics conference, and served as a timely call
to arms

to the academic community in response to the growing promise of this
emerging field.

VAM-HRI 2020 is looking to follow on the success of the last two years, and

welcomes contributions on topics including but not limited to:

-  Novel HRI problems that can benefit from AR/VR/MR

-  Intention communication, explanation of behaviors

-  Robot testing and diagnostics

-  Human-subject experimentation

-  Efficient representations for AR/VR/MR interaction patterns

-  AR/VR/MR language grounding

-  AR/VR/MR-augmented natural language generation

-  AR/VR/MR-enabled robot control

-  Architectures for AR/VR/MR-based HRI

-  AR/VR/MR for expanding social interactions

VAM-HRI accepts both FULL PAPERS (6-8 page papers presenting novel work)
and

EXTENDED ABSTRACTS (2-4 page papers presenting previous, current, or
proposed

work).

Papers will undergo mutual review; as such, authors of submitted papers

will be expected to provide a small number of reviews for fellow authors.

All accepted papers will be accompanied by talks and/or

poster presentations and will be archived on the workshop website.

Links:

WEB: vam-hri.xyz
<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__vam-2Dhri.xyz_&d=DwMFaQ&c=clK7kQUTWtAVEOVIgvi0NU5BOUHhpN0H8p7CSfnc_gI&r=uCOmnY208k3TsAofJfgRzbkuS-1NRz01blx86ZIkR0Q&m=MoKX5Vob0Lb-4uyM8Q1AVJmsokmoJ3Hy66OYqBT2lYg&s=lppD-xe05iTn4sxFxWqYe7Rc-4bTSF5tkRQGYKvCmTE&e=>

CFP: tinyurl.com/vamhri2020

SUB: easychair.org/conferences/?conf=vamhri2020

Organizing Team

Tom Williams | Colorado School of Mines

Daniel Szafir | CU Boulder

Tathagatha Chakraborti | Arizona State University / IBM

Ong Soh Khim | National University of Singapore

Eric Rosen | Brown University

Serena Booth | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thomas Groechel | University of Southern California
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