Presentation Guideline

Presentation Guideline

Congratulations on the acceptance of your paper to UR2022!

UR 2022 will be held in-person. All invited talks and organized sessions will be oral presentations. However, All papers including regular, work-in-progress, and late breaking results will be presented through a presentation video file.

Guideline for Submitting a Presentation Video File

All authors should prepare their presentation videos in accordance with the following instructions, and submit them via Papercept by June 10. We will share presentation videos via proceedings online.

Presentation videos should be self-explanatory, including narrations. The durations for each presentation type are as follows:
(1) Regular papers: 10 minutes
(2) Work-In-Progress papers: 5 minutes
(3) Late Breaking Results papers: 5 minutes
We recommend submitting the video in mp4 format with a minimum height of 480 px, an aspect ratio of 16:9, and a file size up to 100 MB.

Please note that there is no actual presentation and Q&A time in-person at the conference site. Thus, please leave a presenter’s contact information at the end of the presentation video so attendees can get in touch with the presenter individually for Q&A.
These videos will be made accessible to all conference attendees over a period of a month on PaperPlaza from the start of UR 2022. Thank you for your cooperation!

Best Paper Award Competition Session

If your paper is selected as a candidate for the best paper award, you need to make a 10-minute presentation either offline or by playing the narrated video. Each presentation will be followed by the 2-minute Q&A slot. The presenter can either attend the Q&A slot offline in the conference room or can answer the questions gathered in the room by writing email by the next day.

The 5 best paper award candidates are as follows:

July 4, 2022 (MON)
09:15-09:30 PaGO-LOAM: Robust Ground-Optimized LiDAR Odometry Dong-Uk Seo, HYUNGTAE LIM, Seungjae Lee, Hyun Myung* (Korea, South)
09:30-09:45 Online Telemanipulation Framework on Humanoid for Both Manipulation and Imitation Daegyu Lim, Donghyeon Kim, Jaeheung Park* (Korea, South)
09:45-10:00 Robotic Irrigation Water Management: Estimating Soil Moisture Content by Feel and Appearance Marsela Polic*, Marko Car, Jelena Tabak, Matko Orsag (Croatia)
10:00-10:15 Terrain Recognition Based on the Wheel Contact Angle Measurement Using Laser Scanners for Six-Wheel Mobile Robot Nabih Andres Pico Rosas, Sang Hyeon Park, Tuan Luong, Juan Fernando Medrano Yax, Hyungpil Moon* (Korea, South)
10:15-10:30 Feasibility Study of LIMMS, A Multi-Agent Modular Robotic Delivery System with Various Locomotion and Manipulation Modes Taoyuanmin Zhu*, Gabriel Ikaika Fernandez, Colin Togashi, Yeting Liu, Dennis Hong (USA)