Paper Submission

August 28-31, 2023

Paradise Hotel, Busan, Korea

Call for Papers

Theme and Topics

IEEE RO-MAN 2023 invites regular papers, special session proposals, workshop proposals and presentation only papers related to the conference topics, which include but are not limited to:


Design a New Bridge for H-R-I
[H] Human Health, Happiness and Hope
[R] Robotic Recovery and Reconnection
[I] Intelligent Interface and Interaction

Topics of interest

  • Androids
  • Applications of Social Robots
  • Cognitive and Sensorimotor Development
  • Cognitive Skills and Mental Models
  • Computational Architectures
  • Cooperation and Collaboration in Human-Robot Teams
  • Creating Human-Robot Relationships
  • Curiosity, Intentionality and Initiative in Interaction
  • Degrees of Autonomy and Teleoperation
  • Detecting and Understanding Human Activity
  • Embodiment, Empathy and Intersubjectivity
  • Ethical Issues in Human-robot Interaction Research
  • Evaluation Methods and New Methodologies
  • Haptic Interaction Design
  • HRI and Collaboration in Manufacturing Environments
  • HRI for Sustainability
  • Innovative Robot Designs
  • Interaction Kinesics
  • Interaction with Believable Characters
  • Linguistic Communication and Dialogue
  • Long-term Experience and Longitudinal HRI Studies
  • Machine Learning and Adaptation
  • Monitoring of Behaviour and Internal States of Humans
  • Motion Planning and Navigation in Human-Centered Environments
  • Motivations and Emotions in Robotics
  • Multimodal Interaction and Conversational Skills
  • Multi-modal Situation Awareness and Spatial Cognition
  • Narrative and Story-telling in Interaction
  • Non-verbal Cues and Expressiveness
  • Novel Interfaces and Interaction Modalities
  • Personalities for Robotic or Virtual Characters
  • Philosophical Issues in Human-Robot Coexistence
  • Robot Companions and Social Robots
  • Robot Perception for Interaction and Communication such as Robot Audition, Robot Vision, etc.
  • Robotic Etiquette
  • Social Intelligence for Robots
  • Social Learning and Skill Acquisition Via Teaching, Imitation, and demonstration
  • Social Presence for Robots and Virtual Humans
  • Soft and Compliant Robot Design
  • Sound Design for Robots
  • Story-telling in HRI
  • Trust, Transparency, and Explainability in HRI
  • User-centered Design of Robots
  • Virtual and Augmented Tele-presence Environments for robots and humans
  • Assistive Robotics; Robots in Education, Therapy and Rehabilitation, Medical and Surgical Applications, Robots in art and entertainment, and Art pieces supported by robotics