Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics

Robot algorithms are abstractions of computational processes that control or reason about motion and perception in the physical world. Because actions in the physical world are subject to physical laws and geometric constraints, the design and analysis of robot algorithms raises a unique combination of questions in control theory, computational and differential geometry, and computer science. Algorithms serve as a unifying theme in the multi-disciplinary field of robotics.

The Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations aims to bring together a group of about sixty researchers to discuss recent trends and important future directions of research on the algorithmic issues related to robotics and automation.

Website: http://robotics.cs.rutgers.edu/wafr2020/

Locations


Oulu, Finland, 2020

Merida, Mexico, 2018
San Francisco, USA, 2016
Istanbul, Turkey, 2014
Cambridge, MA, USA, 2012
Singapore, 2010
Guanajuato, Mexico, 2008
New York City, USA, 2006
Zeist, The Netherlands, 2004
Nice, France, 2002
Hanover, NH, USA, 2000
Houston, TX, USA, 1998

Toulouse, France, 1996

Stanford, CA, USA, 1994