The 10th International Conference on
Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications
Griffith University Gold Coast Campus, Australia, December 7 - 9, 2022
“Combining bio-inspired, algorithmic and learning-based approaches to localization and perception for robots and autonomous vehicles”
Professor Michael Milford
Queensland University of Technology
Join us in RiTA 2022!
We get ready to welcome you to the 10th International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA 2022), which will be held at Griffith University (Gold Coast Campus), Australia, on December 7 – 9, 2022. RiTA will bring together researchers, scientists and experts in the field of robot intelligence technologies, and also to facilitate robotics community and collaborations.
Why RiTA 2022?
Robot Intelligence Research
Showcase of Robot & AI Applications
Call for Papers
The 10th RiTA Conference aims to evolve the robotic brain into “Artificial, Agile, Acute Robot Intelligence”. We seek the latest research results, theories, or experimental developments, which will feature a high quality conference. The topics of interest are listed below but not limited to the following technical areas.
|Aug 31 –> Sep 30||Deadline of Special Session Proposals/ Innovative Talks|
|Aug 31 –> Sep 30||Deadline of Paper Submission|
|Oct 31 –> Nov 2||Notification of Acceptance|
|Nov 10||Final Manuscript Submission due/|
Early bird Registration due
• Machine learning
• Artificial intelligence
• Decision making
• Reasoning and inference
• Navigation and SLAM
• Dynamics and control
• Human-robot interaction
• Swarm and multi-robot systems
• Optimization in robotics
• HW/SW for robot computing
Travel to Gold Coast, Australia
The Gold Coast is a major tourist destination with a sunny, subtropical climate and has become widely known for its world-class surfing beaches, high-rise dominated skyline, theme parks, nightlife, and rainforest hinterland. The city is part of the nation’s entertainment industry with television productions and a major film industry. <Sources from Wikipedia>