Plenary Talk

  • Prof. Jianwei Zhang, University of Hamburg, Germany- Robust robot perception and manipulation systems synergically driven by world models and crossmodal learning (20 May)
  • Prof. Toshio Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan – The AI robot for 2050 (21 May)
  • Prof. Masayoshi Tomizuka, University of California, Berkeley – Human-Robot Collaboration and Interaction (22 May)

Keynote Talk

  • Prof. Bin Fang, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China- Human-robot interaction and manipulation of prosthetic hand (20 May)
  • Prof. Giacinto Barresi, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy- Human Factors in Robotics: A Multidisciplinary Journey (21 May)
  • Dr. Crystal Fok, Hong Kong Science and Technology Park Corporation, China – Humans and Robots Working Better Together (21 May)
  • Prof. Xiaowei Luo, City University of Hong Kong, China – Revolutionizing the Construction Industry by integrating Robotics and AI (22 May)

Invited Talk

  • Prof. Jiachen Zhang, City University of Hong Kong, China- Small-scale robots: Miniature but capable robots to revolutionize healthcare (20 May)
  • Prof. Xiaomeng Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China – AI-Driven Sparse-View CT Reconstruction Methods and Their Application in Surgical Robots (20 May)
  • Dr. Songnan Bai, City University of Hong Kong, China- An Agile and Efficient Hopping Quadcopter with Synergistic Hybrid Locomotion (20 May)
  • Prof. Molong Duan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China- Sustainable robotic-based additive manufacturing with continuous fiber (21 May)
  • Prof. Rob Scharff, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China- Bioinspired soft robots for dexterous manipulation (21 May)
  • Prof. Jianshu Zhou,Chinese University of Hong Kong, China- Dexterous In-hand Manipulation Towards General Manipulation (21 May)

Technical Session

  • Each paper should have a 12 minutes oral presentation and 3 minutes Q&A section.
  • One PPT and your own laptop are recommended

Notes: We recommend the on-site presentation, since online presentation is not allowed in IEEE ARSO 2024. However, authors can submit their presentation video (.mp4 12 minutes and named “paper number + Paper Title”) if they can’t attend physically. (Please contact us before 15 May if you choose a video presentation) The deadline for video presentation submission is 19 May 2024. You can send your video to (eexiongyang@ust.hk) as an attachment or share it by a Dropbox/Google Drive/Onedrive link.