Thank you for your continuous support of SyRoCo activities, in order to guarantee the best experience and the best safety in the current pandemic situation, we have decided to postpone the conference to October 17-20, 2022. The new submission information is now available.
We were hoping to see you in Matsumoto in 2022 but it seems too uncertain so the conference will be fully online.
Welcome to the 13th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control (SYROCO) website, where you can find all relevant information concerning the symposium organization, whether you are an author, a presenter, an attendee, an exhibitor, or a sponsor!
The online submission system is now open through paperplaza.
Submission deadline extended to May 10th!
Discussion papers can be submitted until July 15th!
Important datesAs the conference is postponed to the fall of 2022 the deadline are also pushed by a year or so. The new deadlines are:
May 31st 2022 Paper submission deadline
July 15th 2022 Discussion papers submission deadline
August 1st 2022 Notification of acceptance of regular papers
September 1st 2022 Notification of acceptance of discussion papers
September 15th 2022 Camera ready version
We are delighted to inform you that Prof. Soh Khim Ong from the National University of Singapore, Singapore, and Prof. Christian Ott from Vienna University of Technology, Austria will be giving the two plenary talks at SYROCO 2021/2022.
We are pleased to announce that Prof. Kanako Harada, from the University of Tokyo, Japan and Dr. Thomas Beckers from the University of Pennsylvania, USA will give a keynote speech at SYROCO 2021/2022.
Sponsor the conference
The SYROCO 2021/22 Organizing Committee is pleased to invite your company/institute to sponsor and exhibit at the 13th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control (SYROCO). Download the sponsor brochure by clicking on the button below and contact us for further information.
The symposium was supposed to be held in Matsumoto, Japan nested in the Japanese Alps, a city with a traditional history and surrounded by beautiful nature. Unfortunately, because the situation is still too uncertain, the conference will be online. But we hope to welcome you in Japan and in Matsumoto soon!
National Organizing Committee
Chair Gentiane Venture, the University of Tokyo/AIST, Japan
Vice-Chair from Industry Yuki Nakagawa, RT corporation, Japan
International Program Committee (IPC)
Chair Dana Kulic, Monash University, Australia
Vice-Chair from Industry Rainer Bischoff, Kuka, Germany