COMPSAC 2023 Symposium on Autonomous Systems

Technical Program

*= in-person presentation in Torino

When graphs meet game theory: a scalable approach for robotic car racing*
Ahmet Tikna, Marco Roveri, Daniele Fontanelli and Luigi Palopoli

Robotic Fiber Fabrication based on Solidification Force Control*
Houari Bettahar, Arthur Vieira and Quan Zhou

Efficient Diverse Redundant DNNs for Autonomous Driving*
Martí Caro, Jordi Fornt and Jaume Abella

The Anatomy of Software Changes and Bugs in Autonomous Operating System
Katerina Goseva-Popstojanova, Denny Hood, Johann Schumann and Noble Nkwocha

Robust 6D Pose Estimation for Texture-varying Objects in Autonomous System*
Masaya Fujiwaka and Kousuke Nogami

Towards Environment-Dependent Model Switching for Performance and Accuracy Conscious Object Detection in Day- and Nighttime Urban Traffic Environments
Kevin Schmidt and Sabolc Jut

Adaptive Expected Reactive algorithm for Heterogeneous Patrolling Systems based on Target Uncertainty*
Niccolò De Bona, Davide Brunelli, Luca Santoro and Daniele Fontanelli

The ASYS symposium is a forum for discussion of ideas and results in a wide spectrum of topics related to autonomy in technical systems covering theory, design, implementation, application and analysis of autonomous systems. Autonomous behavior is defined as an ability to act without direct supervision from outside entities (humans or other devices). Such a behavior, recently implemented in many practically utilized systems such as autonomous vehicles, autonomous software agents, autonomous robots and others, is becoming prominent for the next generation engineering systems.  In this symposium we foresee highly fruitful and constructive discussions involving top-level experts both from academia and industry about the current state and future perspectives of autonomous systems.

A list of particular relevant areas for contributions to the AUS symposium includes, but is not limited to:

  • Theory of Autonomous Systems
  • Autonomous Agents and Autonomous Software Systems
  • Intelligence in Autonomous Systems
  • Learning and Data Analytics for Autonomous Systems
  • Security, Privacy and Trust in Autonomous Systems
  • Autonomous Robotic Systems
  • Applications of Autonomous Systems
  • Real-Time Perception, Decision and Control for Autonomous Systems
  • Autonomous Vehicles and Autonomous Drones
  • Sensing, Communicating and Processing Big Data for Autonomous Systems
  • Social Aspects of Applying Autonomous Systems

Paper Templates

IEEE Paper templates are available in MS Word 2003 and LaTex. All submissions must use US 8.5×11 letter page format.

Important Dates

Main Conference/Symposium
Main conference/symposium papers due: 15 January 2023
Extended to 15 February 2023
Notification: 7 April 2023
Camera-ready and registration due: 7 May 2023 Updated: 18 May 2023

Journal then Conference Submissions
Due date: April 7, 2023
Notifications: April 30, 2023

Workshops, Fast Abstract, SRS Programs
EXTENDED: Workshop papers due: 21 April 2023
UPDATED: Notifications: 7 May 2023
UPDATED: Camera-ready and registration due: Updated: 18 May 2023

Submission Link

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ASYS Symposium Chairs

Mihhail Matskin, KTH

Daniele Fontanelli, University of Trento

Program Committee

Cristian-Ioan Vasile, Lehigh University
Luca Greco, L2S – CentraleSupélec
Amir H. Payberah, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Marco Roveri, Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science – DISI
Tichakorn Wongpiromsarn, Iowa State University
Tiziana Margaria, Lero
Choon Ki, Korea University
Morteza Lahijanian, University of Colorado Boulder
Mahsa Ghasemi, Purdue University
Quan Zhou, Aalto University
Zoltán Istenes, ELTE-IK
Roberto Passerone, University of Trento