AIRS in the AIR | Multi-robot Systems

Organizer: Shenzhen Institute of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics for Society

Partners: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Technical Committee of Multi-robot Systems; IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Guangzhou Branch;

Date: May-June, 2023

Chair: Tin Lun Lam

Hosts: Junjie Hu, Tianwei Zhang, Yuan Gao


Multi-robot system technology is becoming increasingly important as robots are being used in a growing number of fields, such as exploration, manufacturing, logistics, and even healthcare. It allows tasks to be completed more efficiently and effectively, as multiple robots can work together to accomplish complex tasks that would be difficult or impossible for a single robot to achieve alone. However, this technology still faces many challenges in practical application. At present, many scholars all over the world have made efforts in this field and achieved some breakthrough results. The “AIRS in the AIR” is driven by a shared purpose: to make a better society through research, communication, and innovation. The mission of “AIRS in the AIR” is to become a professional platform to gather top scholars and experienced experts in AI and Robotics all over the world to generate, disseminate, and preserve knowledge and to communicate with others to bring this knowledge to bear on the world’s significant challenges.

Session 1 – Martin Saska and Luis Merino

Session 2 – Sebastian Scherer and Moju Zhao

Session 3 – Paolo Robuffo Giordano and David Navarro-Alarcon

Session 4 –  Amanda Prorok and Malika Meghjani


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