Singapore welcomes researchers from around the world this week (May 29–June 3) at ICRA 2017 (the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation).
ICRA is one of two premier international conferences covering advances in robotics, alongside IROS (the International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems).
Georgia Tech’s participation at ICRA 2017 is among the top ten of all institutions represented at the conference, ranking among nearly 3,000 of the world's leading roboticists contributing to 953 papers.
Among the cohort of conference participants are 60 faculty members and graduate students representing Georgia Tech by presenting 23 papers, leading several topic-area sessions, and delivering a keynote address.
These researchers hail from the College of Engineering, the College of Computing, and the College of Sciences.
To keep up with Georgia Tech’s presence and all papers being presented at ICRA 2017, the GVU Center and IRIM have developed the GT@ICRA 2017 microsite, which includes a series of interactive visualizations for exploring the conference program.
Join us on Tuesday, May 30 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Casablanca Conference Room in the Marina Bay Sands Hotel (main conference venue) to meet IRIM faculty members and graduate students and learn more about Robotics at Georgia Tech.