The awards will be selected based on their originality and the technical significance to robot field according to the review scores by the Conference Editorial Board(CEB) and the presentation scores by the award committee.
- Best Conference Paper Award (USD 500)
- Best Application Paper Award (USD 300)
The 4 best paper award candidates are as follows:
|June 26 (MON)|
|14:50-15:00||Optimizing Odometry Accuracy through Temporal Information in Self-Supervised Deep Networks||Ismail, nazrul; Ong, Wee-Hong; Malik, Owais Ahmed||Universiti Brunei Darussalam||Brunei|
|15:00-15:10||Walking Control Framework of a Radial-type Quadruped Robot||Lee, Sanghun; Jeon, Sanghyeon; Kim, Jinwoo; Kim, Jung-Yup||Seoul National University of Science & Technology||Korea, South|
|15:10-15:20||Good Time to Ask: A Learning Framework for Asking for Help in Embodied Visual Navigation||Zhang, Jenny Zhuoting; Yu, Samson; Duan, Jiafei; Tan, Cheston||University of British Columbia||Canada|
|15:20-15:30||Acoustic Monitoring in Industrial Plants with Autoencoders and a Mobile Robot||Fujita, Hayato; Louhi Kasahara, Jun Younes; Kanda, Shinji; Nagatani, Keiji; Kasahara, Seiji; Fukumoto, Seigo; Tamura, Sunao; Kato, Toshiya; Korenaga, Masahiro; Sasamura, Akinobu; Hoshi, Misaki; Asama, Hajime; Yamashita, Atsushi||The University of Tokyo||Japan|
If your paper is selected as a candidate for the best paper award, you need to make a 10-minute presentation including Q&A. The winner will be announced at the banquet.