Social Lunch and Dinner ICRA 2024

The activities were held during ICRA 2024 in Yokohama, Japan. On the first day of the conference, May 13th, we organized a social gathering with coffee and soft drinks for five scholars at Milk Restaurant. We discussed the latest research on flexible manufacturing. On May 15th, we organized a buffet dinner for four of the scholars at TOKYU SQUARE MINATOMIRAI, followed by social drinks at another venue. During the dinner, the attending scholars provided suggestions for the development of the technical committee, including ways to attract more members and increase its influence, particularly among industrial companies.

ICRA workshop on Human-Centric Multilateral Teleoperation Augmentation: Perception, Telecommunication, and Coordination

Two posters were selected as the best poster awards of our ICRA workshop (i.e., ICRA workshop on Human-Centric Multilateral Teleoperation Augmentation: Perception, Telecommunication, and Coordination) as shown below


1. TeleCoop-FIC: A Novel Dual-Arm Adaptable Impedance Control for Human-Robot Tele-Cooperation, authored by Keyhan Kouhkiloui Babarahmati, Mohammadreza Kasaei, Carlo Tiseo, Michael Mistry and Sethu Vijayakumar (novel theoretical validation in dual-arm teleoperation and impressive demonstration)

2. Reducing Cognitive Load through a Data-Driven Shared Control Approach for Teleoperating Robot Swarms, authored by Enrico Turco, Chiara Castellani, Valerio Bo, Claudio Pacchierotti, Domenico Prattichizzo and Tommaso Lisini Baldi (systematic user study reflected in cognition reduction and perfect demonstration)


Since only one email address of the awardee is allowed in the following blank, the contact persons of the two posters are attached here:

1. Keyhan Kouhkiloui Babarahmati -

2. Enrico Turco -


For more information on workshops, visit this link.

 These are the activities that the TC CAFM is considering.  

  • Setup webinars to invited speakers to share their experience, from industrial requirements to latest research development.
  • Establish regular workshops at ICRA/IROS/CASE
  • Establish special issues on RAS (co)sponsored publications
  • Monitor novel research topics, and propose RAS keywords
  • Take part in benchmarks for CAFM, e.g., best practice in application design, performance metrics
  • Organize application or technology competition