The International Symposium on Experimental Robotics is a forum dedicated to experimental research in robotics. ISER is a single-track symposium focusing on presentations of the latest work in experimental robotics. The symposium encourages submission of papers with validation of robotics theory and principles by physical experiments or new experimental paradigms and designs that facilitate theoretical advances.

Authors of accepted papers are invited to submit a final paper by December 15, 2020. You will need to:

  1. upload a PDF version of your final paper to the PaperCept Conference Management System,

  2. upload your source files (LaTeX or Word files and all images) as one single zip file to the PaperCept Conference Management System,

  3. optionally, upload your video in mpeg, mp4, mpg format (max. file size: 40 MB) to the PaperCept Conference Management System.

The maximum allowable length is ten pages. Two extra pages are allowed with a fee of $150/page (to be paid during registration). Registration is not yet open due to uncertainty on the conference format (physical/virtual/hybrid). The extra-page fees will have to be paid in due course. Once you have finished entering your personal information, you can look at a page where you can edit your personal info, and check your paper's status. US-based PhD students may also upload their travel award application through the PaperCept Conference Management System.

Please use the format of the Springer Proceedings in Advanced Robotics (SPAR). Templates for MS Word and LaTeX can be found on this website.
Final papers should be submitted via the PaperCept Conference Management System before the deadline of December 15, 2020. Each accepted submission must be accompanied by a single PowerPoint slide in a free format. Authors will be contacted after the submission deadline by the editors of the SPAR volume to provide information about the copyright transfer and the copyright forms.