2024 IEEE International Conference on
Robotics and Automation in PACIFICO Yokohama
May 13th to 17th, 2024

Closing Message

Dear Participants,

As the General Chair of ICRA2024, it gives me great pleasure to extend my profound gratitude to all who participated. With the conclusion of the conference, we can now reflect on the extraordinary success we achieved throughout our exciting week together in Yokohama. Your dedication, passion, and contributions were instrumental in making this possible.

I am profoundly grateful to all participants. Aligned with our conference theme, “CONNECT+,” we achieved a record attendance of 7,000 individuals, both in-person and online. Your relentless efforts to advance research and development in our research fields, establish new directions, demonstrate robots, share knowledge, and foster collaborations have been truly inspiring. High-quality discussions, active involvement, and significant contributions from all of you have greatly enhanced the impact and importance of ICRA2024.

I would also like to express my heartfelt thanks to our valued partners for their unwavering support and contributions – key elements in making ICRA2024 a resounding achievement. Your invaluable insights, resources, and expertise greatly facilitated the dissemination of knowledge, the translation of research, and the implementation of technology. We are sincerely grateful for your outstanding commitment.

As the host organizer, I hope you enjoyed your time in Yokohama, experiencing both the cultural events at the conference and the rich Japanese culture in the city. These experiences, alongside the insights gained at ICRA2024, are sure to leave a lasting impression. Your participation not only contributed to the success of this conference but also helped to create a vibrant community that will continue to collaborate and innovate into the future. Let us persist to expand our knowledge, inspire each other, and work together to create a better world, embodying the theme “CONNECT+.”

Thank you once again for your significant contributions.

Best regards,

Zhidong Wang
General Chair of ICRA2024

Today’s photo

Plenary Talk by Dr. Yoky Matsuoka, CEO of Yohana (May 14th)

Plenary Talk by Prof. Sami Haddadin, Robotics and Systems Intelligence, Technical University of Munich (May 15th)

Plenary Talk by Prof. Sunil K Agrawal, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Rehabilitation Medicine, Columbia University (May 16th)

Photoed by Zhidong Wang

Plenary Talks

May 14th 9:00-10:00
National Convention Hall

Dr. Yoky Matsuoka

CEO of Yohana

How to Turn a Roboticist into a Corporate Explorer

May 15th 9:00-10:00
National Convention Hall

Prof. Sami Haddadin

Robotics and Systems Intelligence, Technical University of Munich (TUM)

The Great Robot Accelerator: Collective Learning of Optimal Embodied AI

May 16th 9:00-10:00
National Convention Hall

Prof. Sunil K Agrawal

Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Rehabilitation Medicine, Columbia University

Rehabilitation Robotics: How to Improve Daily Functions in People with Impairments?

CONNECT+

The 2024 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA2024) is the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s flagship conference. The conference will be held from May 13th to 17th, 2024, in Yokohama, Japan. This year’s conference theme is “CONNECT+,” reflecting the conference’s aim of helping to build relationships and potential collaborations with participants within and outside their field of study. The port city of Yokohama is the symbol of Japan’s opening to the outside world, and ICRA 2024 will become the symbol of Robotics’ opening to the new society with many other fields. ICRA brings together robotics researchers, students and industrial partners from around the world to discuss the latest innovations and breakthroughs, highlighting the role of robotics and automation in addressing global challenges. ICRA 2024 will include plenary and keynote sessions, contributed paper sessions, workshops and tutorial sessions, forums, expo and exhibitions from our corporate partners, robot competitions and numerous social events.

The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society is committed to advancing diversity in Robotics and Automation, and to promoting an inclusive and equitable culture that welcomes, engages, and rewards all who contribute to the field, without regard to ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.

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YOKOHAMA Japan’s meeting destination

Yokohama is Primed to be Japan’s Top International Destination. With the impressive PACIFICO Yokohama conference center and world-class amenities for international visitors, Yokohama is a prime destination for guests from around the world.

Situated on the Tokyo Bay, Yokohama has long been a port city, from its time as a little fishing village to its prolific present.. It was the first port in Japan to receive Western traders. In keeping with its rich history, the city continues to serve as Japan’s portal to the world. With its plentiful meeting venues, hotels and greenery and a rich food culture it is a prime spot for both business and recreation.

Situated only 30 minutes from Haneda Airport, and less than 30 minutes from Tokyo Station, Yokohama is easily accessible to international and domestic commuters.

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