16th Latin American Robotics Symposium

SBR 2019

7th Brazilian Symposium of Robotics

About the event

The IEEE LARS and SBR (Latin American Robotics Symposium / Brazilian Symposium of Robotics) aim at promoting a comprehensive scientific meeting in the area of Intelligent Robotics, bringing together researchers, undergraduate and graduate students of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Computer Engineering and related fields. The event will include technical sessions of an oral presentation of full papers and technical lectures of recognized importance in the area. LARS/SBR will take place in Rio Grande, Ro Grande do Sul, Brazil from October 22 to 26, 2019. We are looking forward to seeing you in LARS/SBR 2019.


Paper registration/submission site open: April 30th, 2019
NEW Paper Submission
(Final Extension):
August 19th, 2019 (was July 21th, 2019)
NEW Notification of Acceptance: September 8nd, 2019 (was September 2nd, 2019)
Camera Ready Submission: September 15th, 2019


Papers must be written in English and must not exceed 6 pages in standard IEEE format including title, abstract, all tables, figures, and references. Papers should present substantial new results in theoretical, empirical and applied research related to the topics of the conference. This year the reviewing process will be DOUBLE BLINDED, so authors must hide their names, contact information, acknowledgments and any other reference to where their research takes place. All papers must be registered and uploaded by using JEMS
ieeeconf_teX (set to A4)


Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.

Vision in robotics and automation Symbol mediated robot behavior control
Sensory mediated robot behavior control Active sensory processing and control
Industrial applications of autonomous systems Sensor modeling and data interpretation e.g. models and software for sensor data integration, 3D scene analysis, environment description and modeling, pattern recognition
Robust techniques in AI and sensing e.g. uncertainty modeling, graceful degradation of systems Robot programming e.g. on-line and off-line programming, discrete event dynamical systems, fuzzy logic
Multi-Robot and Multi-Agents, Cooperation and Collaboration CAD-based robotics e.g. CAD-based vision, reverse engineering
Robot simulation and visualization tools Tele-operated and autonomous systems
Microelectromechanical robots Robot modeling
Robot control architectures Sensor-Motor control of Robots
Robot planning, reasoning, communication, adaptation, and learning Mechanical design
Robotic Manipulators Robot soccer
Evolutionary robotics Bio-Inspired robotics
Robots for robotic surgery and rehabilitation Micro/nano-robotics, new Devices, and materials for robots
Human-Robot Interaction and Interfaces Education issues in Robotics
Computing architectures Sensor Networks, architectures of embedded Hardware and software
Self-Localization, Mapping and Navigation Multi-robot systems
Aerial vehicles Autonomous vehicles
Mobile robot platforms Service robots and entertainment robots
Underwater robots Humanoids



Prof. Paulo Lilles Jorge Drews Junior
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande(FURG) - Centro de Ciências Computacionais
Profa. Dra. Esther L. Colombini
Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) - Instituto de Computação


CIDEC-Sul - Centro Integrado de Desenvolvimento do Ecossistema Costeiro do Extremo Sul , FURG
Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul

Technical Co-Sponsor


Global Sponsor