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#IROS2022 best paper awards

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14 November 2022



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Did you have the chance to attend the 2022 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2022) in Kyoto? Here we bring you the papers that received an award this year in case you missed them. Congratulations to all the winners and finalists!

Best Paper Award on Cognitive Robotics

Gesture2Vec: Clustering Gestures using Representation Learning Methods for Co-speech Gesture Generation. Payam Jome Yazdian, Mo Chen, and Angelica Lim.

Best RoboCup Paper Award

RCareWorld: A Human-centric Simulation World for Caregiving Robots. Ruolin Ye, Wenqiang Xu, Haoyuan Fu, Rajat Kumar, Jenamani, Vy Nguyen, Cewu Lu, Katherine Dimitropoulou, and Tapomayukh Bhattacharjee.

SpeedFolding: Learning Efficient Bimanual Folding of Garments. Yahav Avigal, Lars Burscheid, Tamim Asfour, Torsten Kroeger, and Ken Goldberg.

Best Paper Award on Robot Mechanisms and Design

Aerial Grasping and the Velocity Sufficiency Region. Tony G. Chen, Kenneth Hoffmann, JunEn Low, Keiko Nagami, David Lentink, and Mark Cutkosky.

Best Entertainment and Amusement Paper Award

Robot Learning to Paint from Demonstrations. Younghyo Park, Seunghun Jeon, and Taeyoon Lee.

Best Paper Award on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics

Power-based Safety Layer for Aerial Vehicles in Physical Interaction using Lyapunov Exponents. Eugenio Cuniato, Nicholas Lawrance, Marco Tognon, and Roland Siegwart.

Best Paper Award on Agri-Robotics

Explicitly Incorporating Spatial Information to Recurrent Networks for Agriculture. Claus Smitt, Michael Allan Halstead, Alireza Ahmadi, and Christopher Steven McCool.

Best Paper Award on Mobile Manipulation

Robot Learning of Mobile Manipulation with Reachability Behavior Priors. Snehal Jauhri, Jan Peters, and Georgia Chalvatzaki.

Best Application Paper Award

Soft Tissue Characterisation Using a Novel Robotic Medical Percussion Device with Acoustic Analysis and Neural Networks. Pilar Zhang Qiu, Yongxuan Tan, Oliver Thompson, Bennet Cobley, and Thrishantha Nanayakkara.

Best Paper Award for Industrial Robotics Research for Applications

Absolute Position Detection in 7-Phase Sensorless Electric Stepper Motor. Vincent Groenhuis, Gijs Rolff, Koen Bosman, Leon Abelmann, and Stefano Stramigioli.

ABB Best Student Paper Award

FAR Planner: Fast, Attemptable Route Planner using Dynamic Visibility Update. Fan Yang, Chao Cao, Hongbiao Zhu, Jean Oh, and Ji Zhang.

Best Paper Award

SpeedFolding: Learning Efficient Bimanual Folding of Garments. Yahav Avigal, Lars Berscheid, Tamim Asfour, Torsten Kroeger, and Ken Goldberg.




Daniel Carrillo-Zapata was awared his PhD in swarm robotics at the Bristol Robotics Lab in 2020. He now fosters the culture of "scientific agitation" to engage in two-way conversations between researchers and society.
Daniel Carrillo-Zapata was awared his PhD in swarm robotics at the Bristol Robotics Lab in 2020. He now fosters the culture of "scientific agitation" to engage in two-way conversations between researchers and society.





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