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CoRL 2021 : Conference on Robot Learning


When Nov 8, 2021 - Nov 11, 2021
Where London & Virtual
Submission Deadline Jun 25, 2021
Categories    robotics   machine learning   reinforcement learning

Call For Papers

The Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL) is an annual international conference aiming to bring together the robotics and machine learning research communities. It focuses on the increasingly important role of learning in robotics and its interaction with other areas of robotics. While relatively young, CoRL grew rapidly and in 2020, attracted hundreds of the best researchers working in the intersection of robotics and machine learning.

The 5th Annual Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL 2021) will be held in London, UK, November 8-11, 2021, in a hybrid format. It will feature single-track presentations, keynotes, and tutorials. We look forward to your best work at CoRL in London and online.

CoRL 2021 invites contributions at the intersection of robotics and machine learning. CoRL is a selective, single-track international conference for robot learning research, spanning a broad range of topics in both theory and applications. Examples include:

Reinforcement learning

Imitation learning and inverse reinforcement learning

Model-free learning for decision-making

Bio-inspired learning and control

Probabilistic learning and representation of uncertainty in robotics

Machine learning for system identification and control

State estimation, localization and mapping

Multimodal perception, sensor fusion, and computer vision

Learning for human-robot interaction and natural language instruction processing

Applications of robot learning in robot manipulation, navigation, driving, flight, and other areas of robotics

This year, we are soliciting two types of submissions: contributed papers, and blue-sky positional papers. All submissions will be evaluated according to their technical novelty, quality, potential impact, and clarity at the intersection at robotics and machine learning.

Submissions in the contributed paper category will need to demonstrate the relevance of proposed models, algorithms, data sets, and benchmarks to robotics. The authors are encouraged to report real-robot experiments or provide evidence of transfer to real robots for simulation experiments. The authors are also encouraged to submit code as supplementary materials.

The blue-sky papers should propose visionary ideas, paradigm shifts, thought provoking ideas, or novel point of view to either methods or problem domains at the intersection of robotics and machine learning.

All accepted submissions will be published in the JMLR Workshop & Conference Proceedings series. The accepted blue sky contributions will be presented at a blue-sky oral session, while the contributed papers will be presented either as posters, spotlights or long talks in the plenary session.

This year, to encourage high quality reviews and interaction between the authors and reviewers, CoRL will be using OpenReview. The anonymized submissions, reviews and rebuttals will be public throughout the submission process. The authors will have an opportunity to update the submissions during the rebuttal period. The accepted papers will be de-anonymized and remain public, while the rejected submissions will be made private.

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