Workshop/Tutorial Proposals

Participants are invited to hold workshops on topics relevant to social robotics. We particularly welcome creative, innovative, and interactive workshop formats that focus on areas of active research to generate significant discussion and exchange of ideas between participants, as well as interactions between established experts and early-career researchers. We encourage state of the art programs with high level of interest, impact, creativity and innovation that will attract a broad and active audience. Also, workshops focusing on academia-industry partnership and technology transfer of robotics research are welcome, with the aim of making connections to fields outside of robotics and/or connect academia to industry. 

The primary criteria for selection are anticipated level of interest, impact, novelty or creativity, and background of organizers.

By default, the workshops, as the conference, are held in-person.

Workshop and tutorial organizers, who wish to organize workshops which themselves will call for papers are encouraged to submit and Expression of Interest by the deadline below.

Important dates

Expression of Interest: July 19th
Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Submission: September 4th, 2024
Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Notification: September 11th, 2024
Workshop/Tutorial Day at ICSR’24: October 23rd, 2024


The submission of the workshop contribution must be accompanied with the following information:

  • Title
  • Workshop duration: half or full day
  • Organizers: name, email address, affiliation and a short bio of the members of your organizing committee.
  • Tentative workshop structure: lectures, interactive, pane discussions, etc
  • Workshop description and objectives: concise description of the content and objectives of the workshop.
  • Intended audience and plans to solicit participation: describe the intended workshop audience, how you plan to solicit participation: (i) ahead of the workshop to generate submission and (ii) within the workshop in encouraging discussions and exchanges between participants.
  • List of topics: a bulleted list of the topics of interest that will be covered by the workshop.
  • List of invited speakers: list any invited speakers (if applicable)
  • Additional information: Any relevant information that could not be captured by the previous sections (e.g. regarding previous workshop organization)
  • Room equipment requirements if any.

Submissions should be PDF documents of no more than 3-4 pages. They can follow the Springer LNCS/LNAI layout.

Proposals of workshops will be considered by the organizing committee on a rolling deadline basis. For any questions about workshops, please contact us at

We look forward to hosting your workshop at ICSR 2024 in Odense!