November, 23-25, 2022 Zaragoza, Spain
Fifth Iberian Robotics Conference
ROBOT2022: Fifth Iberian Robotics Conference will take place at Paraninfo Building, University of Zaragoza (November, 2022) and follows the four previous editions of the Iberian Robotics Conference held in Madrid in 2013, Lisbon 2015, Seville 2017 and Porto 2019. These previous and successful events, both from the viewpoint of their scientific and technical quality, and for the important number of attending delegates, have motivated us in organizing ROBOT2022.
ROBOT2022 main goal is to continue the precedent efforts in showing the robotic research and development of new applications in the Iberian Peninsula. Although focused on the works developed at Iberia the conference is open for submissions from any country in the world.
As in previous editions the conference proceedings will be published by Springer - Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Series, indexed by Thomson ISI Web of Knowledge and SCOPUS. Extended versions of the conference best papers will also be published in Special Issues from top Journals.
As in previous editions, authors of the conference best papers will be invited to submit an extended and improved contribution to be published in Special Issues from top Journals.
It is already confirmed the publishing of a special section of Industrial Robot: An International Journal, from Emerald Group Publishing, with extended versions of the conference best papers, subjected to the normal journal peer review process.
Furthermore, the Industrial Robot: An International Journal will select a Best paper, which will be awarded a certificate and also 3 month's free online subscription to the journal. Besides the winner, the five shortlisted for the award will be invited to submit an updated and extended version of their paper to the journal, subjected to the normal journal peer review process.
ROBOT2022 is Organized by: SEIDROB – Sociedad Española para la Investigación y Desarrollo en Robótica and SPR – Sociedade Portuguesa de Robótica and will feature a set of special sessions in distinct fields related with robotics.